Curved Piecing for Art Quilts – Part One of Three

Part 1 of her 3 part series by Alicia Merrett, Art Quilter, Lecturer, Teacher, on how she pieces her free form curves in her art quilts.

7 Responses to “Curved Piecing for Art Quilts – Part One of Three”

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  1. HeyokaLynn says:

    WOWIE ZOWIE!!! What a cool method! Thanks so much, cannot wait to try it!!!

  2. Angela says:

    Thank you! This is demonstrated so clearly. You are so kind to share it with us.

  3. Maire Rhode says:

    Thank you, thank you! You demonstrate so clearly, it’s a joy to watch. I was always nervous to tackle curves, and this time I decided I was not going to give up until I succeeded. I made several blocks after watching your video, and they are beautiful! Now I’m all about curves, I want to see how far I can take it. Thanks again!

  4. Jo says:

    Thank you so much for this demonstration. I’ve been searching for an easy way to cut and sew curves without a pre-made pattern and you just showed it to me. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  5. Dawn says:

    You are amazing!! Thank you for the clear example and sharing this wonderful technique. I was able to apply it immediately.

  6. AJPT says:

    Nice and clear tutorial. Thank you.

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  1. […] sewn curved (“wonky”) lines before, so I had to take a learning¬† break and watch Alicia Merret’s videos on curved piecing.¬† Once I realized she was going to take more than 30 seconds to impart her wisdom, I grabbed a […]