Sewing with Curves video on Sew Mama Sew

Sorry I’ve been a bit quiet lately.  We are off on vacation right now and I’ve been *attempting* to keep my sewing commitments to a minimum while we are here.  But I did want to let you know that somehow I managed to pull together a video on my method for sewing curves.  And today it is featured over at Sew Mama Sew.

“Hi All! I’m Angela Pingel from Cut to Pieces and I’m excited to share with you a new video (my first one in fact!) on sewing curved blocks. My book, A Quilter’s Mixology just came out and it’s all about sewing with curved blocks. These are a basic staple in any quilter’s arsenal of blocks but a lot of people are afraid of them. I walk you step by step through sewing the blocks using my one pin method, pressing the blocks, trimming the blocks and finally a special type of seam …..”

click HERE for more and my complete video on sewing curves!

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6 thoughts on “Sewing with Curves video on Sew Mama Sew

  1. Angela, I watched your video and you were wonderful! Last summer, I cut enough blocks to make a large Drunkard's path quilt. After watching the video, I'm inspired to get started on sewing them. Using the one pin method sure looks easier than the special foot attachment that I purchased. I didn't find the foot very helpful, so now I will give it another try with your method. I look forward to seeing more videos from you – you are a great instructor!

  2. I watched your video and it was great. Thanks for sharing it and would definitely love to see more 🙂 I want to try a drunkards path quilt so seeing it demonstrated was fantastic help.

  3. I enjoyed that video so much. I've done a little bit of DP work, and I've only ever seen the no-pin or the thousand-pin method. No-pins works fine when you are trimming down, but not for a pattern or templates that doesn't allow for trimming. This is the perfect solution. Once again (like your backing tips) you've given me a creative technique I've never seen anywhere else.

    P.S. Love that ironing board.

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