How to Transfer a Pattern Using Piecing Paper?

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In order to transfer a pattern using piercing paper, you simply have to outline the piercing paper with the use of the pattern. Remember to line your pattern carefully to avoid the paper from looking a bit off. Remember that your pattern also has to look perfect.
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Paper Piecing Tutorial
Paper piecing is a quilting technique that allows a quilter to easily create elaborate designs. The quilter creates a pattern for a block on a paper foundation and sews the fabric directly onto the paper pattern. Each section of the pattern is numbered... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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