Crafts · Patchwork & Quilting

TUTORIAL: Paper-Pieced Christmas Trees!

ChristmasTrees

GET THE PATTERN:Β FPP Christmas Tree PDF

Hello & a Happy Wednesday to you all!
Today brings my first of many Christmas videos for 2014! And we’re starting off with a bit of a tricky one. But take comfort, once you know the basic steps to Foundation Paper-Piecing, you’ll be whipping up these blocks in no time!

Like I mention at the beginning of the video, if you’re new to Foundation Paper-Piecing, perhaps watch the tutorial I made a little while ago explaining everything there is to know to this technique to then help you out with this video.

Tools

And if you’re interested, here’s just a quick little list of the sewing tools I used in this video*…

– Brother Innovis 200QE sewing machine
– Brother 1/4″ sewing foot
– Gutermann polyester thread
– Fiskars Rotary Blade and Cutting Mat
– Sew Easy Rulers
– UHU Paper Glue
– Triumph Craft Scissors
– Clover Serrated Tracing Wheel
– Clover Finger PresserΒ 
– Fabric from Spotlight

And as always, share with me any pictures of your finished blocks if you’re keen on giving this a go! You can contact me here: 3and3quarters@gmail.com

Happy Sewing Friends!

*This is not a sponsored video or post. All products have been bought by me and all opinions are my own.

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4 thoughts on “TUTORIAL: Paper-Pieced Christmas Trees!

  1. I know this post is over a year old, but I keep coming back to it! I made my first Christmas tree paper pieced block last night and I LOVE IT! Thank you so much for the great pattern and video. My goal is to make a Christmas quilt for next year out of these blocks. Thank you so much! Merry Christmas!

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