200 Pieces Total 2 1/2 inch SUE DALEY DESIGNS 6 Pointed Star Papers Patchwork with Busyfingers EPP English Paper Piecing 2 Packs
SUE DALEY DESIGNS 6 Pointed Star Papers Patchwork with Busyfingers EPP English Paper Piecing 2 Packs (200 Pieces Total) (2 1/2 inch). Shop Sue Daley Designs at the Arts, Crafts & Sewing store. Free Shipping on eligible items. Save on everyday low prices.. Unique paper coating is designed to work with the Sue Daley Designs Sewline Glue Pen so the papers can removed from the fabric with ease and be re-used multiple times . Sue Daley Designs pre-cut papers are precision die-cut from high quality cardstock . Cut down your preparation time by more than 75% when using the Sue Daley glue baste method . A great way to begin an English Paper Piecing Project . Papers can be re-used multiple times . 6 pointed star pre-cut papers for English Paper Piecing includes 00 pieces per packet. . The Difference. pre-cut papers are precision die-cut from high quality cardstock. The unique coating is designed to work with the Sewline Glue Pen so the papers can removed from the fabric with ease and be re-used multiple times.. . Sue Daley’s English Paper Piecing. The technique that Sue Daley introduced to the world of English Paper Piecing is the glue-baste method. By using a Sue Daley Sewline fabric glue pen to prepare your shapes, you can easily cut down your preparation time by more than 75%! . English Paper Piecing dates back to the 800’s and the process of this hand sewing technique was very time consuming. Fabric was thread basted over paper hexagons cut from old letters or ledgers and then whip stitched together. Scissors were used to cut the fabric pieces approximately ¼” larger than the paper shape, meaning a quilt could take years to finish by hand. . Today the same basic principles are used, but technology is a wonderful thing, making this very time consuming technique achievable by patchworkers far and wide. Up until very recently, patchworkers were still basting their fabric onto papers, sewing through the card and fabric with thread! Luckily we now have the Sue Daley method and her range of English Paper Piecing notions to make this technique simple for all sewers. . . . .