Sew, What's New?

Curating sewing and quilting talent, techniques, and tutorials, since 1997.

Paper-Pieced Christmas Trees - Free Tutorial and PDF Pattern from Amanda Rolfe

Improvisational Piecing, Modern Design

Published on Dec 3, 2014

Hello & a Happy Wednesday to you all! Today brings my first of many Christmas videos for 2014! And we're starting off with a bit of a tricky one. But take comfort, once you know the basic steps to Foundation Paper-Piecing, you'll be whipping up these blocks in no time! Then, feel free to piece the blocks into anything you like: a lap quilt, a wall-hanging, a table runner, hot-pot mats - the possibilities are endless!

GET THE PATTERN*: (The pattern is available on my blog if this link isn't working!)

Like I mention at the beginning of the video, if you're new to Foundation Paper-Piecing, perhaps watch the tutorial I made a little while ago explaining everything there is to know to this technique to then help you out with this video.

Here's the link to that tutorial:

Sewing tools I used in this video* - Brother Innovis 200QE sewing machine - Brother 1/4" sewing foot
- Gutermann polyester thread
- Fiskars Rotary Blade and Cutting Mat
- Sew Easy Rulers
- UHU Paper Glue
- Triumph Craft Scissors
- Clover Serrated Tracing Wheel
- Clover Finger Presser
- Fabric from Spotlight


You can also find me here... QUILTING BLOG | TWITTER |

Thanks for watching!! xx

*This pattern includes a 1/4" seam allowance around the edges.

*This is not a sponsored video. All products have been bought by me and all opinions are my own.

Merry Mug Rugs – Free PDF Pattern from Harding Hill Designs

  • Currently 4/5 stars.

Views: 1116


You need to be a member of Sew, What's New? to add comments!

Join Sew, What's New?

Comment by Patricia on January 6, 2015 at 7:36am

thank you

© 2022   Created by Susan.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service