Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP) is a popular and versatile patchwork technique.
It’s one of my favourite sewing techniques as it allows you to achieve detailed and precise blocks.
In the class we demystify this unique technique, as we work through this fun radiating star FPP block. By the end of the class you should feel confident to go on and apply your new skills to a number of different FPP patterns.
Level: Intermediate. Must be able to competently and confidently work a sewing machine.
What to bring: Your machine, in good working order. Please also bring the manual with you in case of any issues.
Thread for your machine
Background fabric: ½ meter
Main fabric: 4 F8s - fabrics can be in an ombre effect like in the main image or just 4 of your favourite prints!
When: Thursday 14th November 10am - 1pm
Class length: 3 hours
Location: Harwell village hall, near Didcot, Oxfordshire
All tools and patterns are provided as part of the class fee.
Each participant will get a printed handout of the instructions and pattern to take away, so that you can make many more at home!
If you would like to borrow a machine for the duration of the class, we have a limited number of Janome Sewist 725S machines that we can loan for an additional cost of £3 (for class participants only.)
Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to reserve a machine.
Classes are for adults only.
When you purchase a class you will receive a confirmation email with a link to a PDF download with all the class info.
Once you have purchased, your place is non-refundable.
Lou Orth Designs reserves the right to cancel a class. The classes require a minimum number of students in order to take place. If this level is not met the class may be cancelled and a full refund given.