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Flip-Flop Paper Piecing: Revolutionary Single-Foundation Technique Guarantees Accuracy

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Discover the secrets to foolproof paper piecing with the revolutionary single-foundation technique. Paper-piecing is a great way to ensure pin-point accuracy in your quilts, but there are some blocks that are just so much fiddlier than others. With its revolutionary single-foundation technique, "Flip-Flop Paper Piecing" teaches readers everything they need to know to achie ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published March 16th 2009 by C&T Publishing (first published 2009)
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Albert Crenshaw
Apr 12, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This is an excellent book! It does require a particular audience. This is not a book seems specifically geared towards those that wish to piece very small accurate items. Although you can create the same blocks as with other techniques, this technique allows the accuracy of foundation piecing with blocks that you wouldn't otherwise be able to foundation piece. I found the instructions easy to follow and have created many great quilt blocks using this technique!
Nonnie
Sep 21, 2011 rated it it was ok
Ms Moulton invented a different method for paper piecing. This book makes a good workbook for a class or a DVD, but on it's own the instructions are difficult to read. They use drawings to explain the procedure and even then their are not enough explanation in the instructions. I could not figure out how to do the technique from just the material presented in this book. A computer cD or DVD should have been included with the book.

I imagine once you have mastered the technique in the book you wo
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