Try This Tip for Precision Piecing

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It Works Great for Pieces of All Sizes!

Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings, well-known quilt and fabric designer, creates beautifully pieced quilts of all sizes. She excels at achieving precise piecing, even with very small pieces.





How does she do it? Her number one tip is … starch. More importantly, it’s when to starch and how much to use.

Try This Tip for Precision Piecing

“Memory of a Masterpiece” quilt pattern is in Red & White Quilts.

Watch as she demonstrates her starching technique in the following video. She does a great job of explaining when, how and why starch helps her achieve impeccable piecing. You may never think of starch the same way again.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

Learn more and see more of Lisa’s quilts here.

Image Source: The photo at the top of the page is the “Forever Friends” quilt pattern found in Moda All-Stars: Lucky Charm Quilts.

 

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