Anonymous on Jan 17, 20115 out of 5 stars
Many belated thanks! I've immensely enjoyed this lil' zine. Truly a wonderful mix of topics. :)
Anonymous on Nov 15, 20105 out of 5 stars
Hey! I just finished your zine and it was super adorable/relevant to allot of the things that I believe in. (not to mention the fact that my tummy is grumbling for peanut butter marshmallow squares and candy laces now). I also really appreciated the letter you sent it was awfully sweet! The idea of making a quilt out of all of your extra patches is brilliant I would love to see how it turned out!
nThanks again <3
Anonymous on Nov 13, 20105 out of 5 stars
Thanks so much for re-sending. I LOVED the zine - could you possibly convo me your address so I can write you a letter? :)
Anonymous on Mar 22, 20103 out of 5 stars
Great product but took 3 weeks just for her to ship it.
I design foundation paper piecing patterns for things that i like to make, and then other folks like them too, so i share them here in my shop.
BE AWARE that my patterns include NSFW imagery. You are responsible for determining if you are comfortable viewing this imagery or not. If you are not, no harm done, just move along. There's no need to yuck someone else's yum.
My patterns do not come with instructions, so they are best used by those with experience paper piecing.
They are intentionally left whole, so that they can be resized easily, but that means that you will need to cut apart the sections before you start, and understand how to sew them back together.
I recommend printing out a duplicate to refer back to when assembling, and always baste your first fabric of each section to the paper with a washable glue stick. (Just dab the glued fabric with a hot iron and it dries instantly!)
Don't forget to always doublecheck that your pattern printed at the size you wanted it to - sometimes printers will shrink your images if you don't have the right settings. I am unable to help you with printer issues, I'm sorry, I'm just not tech savvy enough to know all of the options out there!
If you are a beginner with paper piecing, there are lots of tutorials and videos and free beginner patterns out there, and I encourage you to check them out and grow your confidence before you get frustrated! Paper piecing can be super fun and relaxing (really!), but jumping in to a more complicated project right off the bat is a sure fire way to piss you off.
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