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Freezer Paper Foundation Piecing Tutorial


Anina over at Twiddle Tails has a fabulous Freezer Paper Foundation Piecing Tutorial. It includes tonnes of photos and the instructions are very well done.

Anina sent me a Woodland Bloom by Moda charm pack for the Charms for Charity contest. It’s simply gorgeous. Thanks, Anina!


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This post was published on January 27th, 2009. Post topics: Charity Quilting, Free Projects, Tips and Tricks. Post tags: , .

3 Responses to “Freezer Paper Foundation Piecing Tutorial”

  1. anina says:

    I hope my tutorial is helpful. I love FPFP. (Is that a new abbreviation?) :-)

  2. MaryLou Rupp says:

    Hello Anina,
    Your tutorial is wonderful. Very clear and easy to understand. Great photos. I took a class about this technique and started a quilt but I will use your tutorial when I get back to the project. Thank you so much for all the work you have done in putting it together. I shared it with my local group of quilters as well.


  3. Christine says:

    Somehow the freezer paper technique looks a lot harder than just using regular copy paper.

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