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Paper Quilting 104

This is probably the simplest form of paper quilting.   It is also a good way to use up left over pieces of paper.  (There really is a use for all those 1 inch pieces of paper that you have obsessively saved.) In photo 1, a 4.25 x 5.5  inch (also know as A2 size) piece of […]

Paper Quilting 103

More exciting things to do with that paper quilted rectangle!  I am warning you right now that this is a very addictive technique.  My stamping group, The Wild Women of the West Stampers, have been paper quilting off and on for 6 months and there is no end in sight.  (Disclaimer – The only thing […]

Paper Quilting 101

Shelly, our Tips and Tricks expert is back in grand style sharing with us the technique of Paper Quilting.  This is a five-part series, so be sure to check back often to catch the next lesson! Many paper crafters have paper scraps that you just hate to throw out.  So here is a way to […]

Holiday Blizzard 2010: Gated Pinwheel Christmas Card

Finished size card: 5” x 5” In August I received my bi-monthly issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter and fell in love with this new pinwheel technique.  The pinwheel design was contributed by Hetty Sanders.  Always looking for something unique and easy, I thought the gated fold card would be a perfect match for this project. […]