Today’s post is part of a week long series covering all things English paper piecing. This series is in effort to help you along while making the Oh Honey quilt.
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We’re back! And today it’s all about sew basting. There are EPPers that prefer to sew baste and I was in this camp for several years.
We’ve got a video tutorial to show you how to get this done. Bonus points because you get to use old thread that you thought you’d never use! One of the benefits of sewing basting is that removing your papers is way easier and they keep their shape without the use of an iron. The downside is it’s quite a bit slower. Try both methods, so that you can decide for yourself which you prefer.
On to the tutorial!
- The Bottom Line Thread
- Sew Line glue pen
- Clover thimble
- 1″ paper hexagons
- 1.5″ paper hexagons
- Applique needles
- Milliners needles
Supplies from Video
Get the Oh Honey quilt pattern!
English Paper Piecing Posts and Tutorials