Because of the slight bowing of the strip-set, you will need to square-off the edge again after every few cuts. Strip-piecing can also be used to create smaller units that can then be sewn back together to create new blocks such as traditional 9-patch blocks. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I just updated the post with the original pattern! Reply Irene spiezio June 23, at 8: Begin by matching up the selvage edges. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.
HST Tutorial: The Strip Tube Method - Quiltineering
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Melanie November 23, at Thanks for the tutorial. Your seams will match perfectly and you won't break needles. From there, you need to sew a quarter inch from that line on both sides, for a total of 4 seams which will intersect at the middle.
Cons are you have different sizes for whatever size your project calls for and you have to tear the paper off. SH Sonja Hawkins Dec 6, Anja Anja Quilts October 7, at 5: I made a small "practice" quilt with some help from a teacher. Sarah October 14, at 7:
This is the design I chose. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. After you match up the selvage edges you may need to re-press the center fold. Reply Melanie Crafty Cupboard June 17, at Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window. Strip-piecing is one of the most basic, time-saving methods when it comes to quilting.