Friday Favorites–Building a Foundation

Since I’ve been talking about foundation piecing all week, it seemed appropriate to end the week with some beautiful projects I’ve come across in my research.  I just love how this technique makes something fairly easy to put together look like it took a month to create.  I won’t tell you if won’t.

Friday Favorites - Foundation Pieced Quilt Blocks

I think I found what I didn’t even know my sewing room was missing – this sweet quilt block from Charise Creates.

Sew Out Loud from Charise Creates

Since I live in the forest, I have a thing for the furry residents around here.  I wonder if the bears would appreciate this Bear Cub from Whims and Fancies.

Bear Cub from Whims and Fancies

This Red Herring Block from Quiet Play is a good example of how paper piecing makes very skinny pieces possible.

Red Herring Blocks from Quiet Play

Paper piecing can also make curves a bit less intimidating, like the ones in this Scrappy Potholder from Fairy Face Designs.

Scrappy Potholder from Fairy Face Designs

Do you say pop or soda?  I understand it’s regional, but while I once called it pop, being married to a soda guy for over 20 years quietly converted me.  Whatever you call it, this Pop Bottle Curtain from Sew Take a Hike is just cute.

More of a tea drinker?  Check out this Teapot from Pink Penguin.

Teapot from Pink Penguin

Sew Mama Sew combined the work of two artists to create this Sprout and Juice Quilt.

Juice Glass Block from Sew Mama Sew

The Night Quilter combined blocks from ShannonMac on Craftsy in a creative way to make this cheery wall hanging.

Oops by Night Quilter

Foundation paper piecing can be pretty simple, like this heart from Craft Couture by T.C.

Heart from Craft Couture by TC

Or you can go all out, like this masterpiece from Harry Potter Paper Piecing.

Harry Potter by HP Paperpiecing

Tell me, have you tried foundation piecing?  What was your experience like?  I think I’m hooked!