I hate paper piecing; however, I may have moved from hate to don't like. Last weekend, I attended Glamp Stitchalot (more details in a future post). Three of the six classes were paper piecing. Are you kidding me???? However, each of the teachers provided a helpful hint, and with those techniques, I was able to finish some of the blocks.
Here is my block from Carolyn Friedlander's class. I need to make two more blocks to finish the row in the quilt. This is my favourite block of all the paper piecing.
There were three blocks in Penny Layman's class. I finished my mountain. I got one section of my tree done, but didn't get to the star block. I think there are five mountains, five trees, and seven stars to finish the row.
The airplane in Rashida Coleman-Hale's class was partially paper pieced. I need to make two more airplanes to finish the row.
Because of the new techniques I learned, I'm going to attempt to finish the rest of the paper pieced blocks. I'm not committing to making them all, but I would like to do two more Carolyn Friedlander blocks at a minimum.
I finished the rows from the other three classes. Stay tuned for a post about the adventure.