Monday, June 18, 2012

English Paper Piecing Tutorial

Some of you wanted to see how I do my English Paper Piecing so here you go:


 I'm not sure if it is my computer or what it is...but the video keeps stopping.  Does anyone know why?

BTW....YES I"m still in LOVE with my Sizzix Vagabond :)
Smiles,
Kelly

18 comments:

  1. Darn!!! I just culled my fabrics and gave away a ton!!!! Wish I had thought to cut some strips and hexagons first.... for a hand project. Oh, well next time! Great video and it worked just fine (even here in notoriously slow Internet-South Africa), so it's a glitch on your computer.

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  2. I too am in love with your Sizzix Vagabond :)
    The video played perfectly here in Spain too---now I want to make some hexies :)

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  3. Thanks for the great tutorial. I have a Grandmother's Flower Garden that my mother started decades ago. I really need to finish it. I will have to adopt this technique or I will never dare to touch it.

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  4. Very cool Kelly. I didn't have any stops here. The video played smoothly.

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  5. Hi Kelly, wonderful video! I'm going to try these after seeing your video. My video didn't have any trouble running; it is your PC/Cable loading the video that causes the stop and go. Very smooth demo!! thanks so much for the info.

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  6. It depends on your ISP it worked perfectly for me...YOU blessed woman you ..lol

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  7. Kelly after seeing your video I am convinced to start this hand project. Thanks for sharing and giving me some incentive to get with it...LOL

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  8. Great video! Love the vagabond. I should have gotten one of those instead of the manual sizzix. I didn't have any stops on my video either.

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  9. cool machine and great tutorial.
    the video did not stop at all while I watching.

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  10. Love the vagabond. And, your tutorial was great. Thanks for taking the time to do it.

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  11. Thanks for the tutorial. You've definitely inspired me to play with the miniature Hexies. I'm currently working with 1 1/8" for a table topper.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  12. no video issues on my end. You did great. BTW, it was good to hear your voice. I like your little hexie holder... how clever!

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  13. I didn't have any video issues--great tutorial! Sometimes just pausing the video to let it load will help with the stopping and starting. I love my Vagabond, too!

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  14. I don't have a sizzix...but I think my scrapbboker sister does...hmmm I may have to do some "borrowing". I've been cutting my tmeplates by hand out of the all those crazy subscription cards that come in magazines. Was serioulsy thinking about calling the quilt "Subscribe to This", lol!. But then reality set in and I knew a whole quilt made from pieces about the size of a dime was not in me(maybe if I had started when I was 20?). So now I just use the flowers I make as decs on other things. :)

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  15. Perfect timing on the video as I am doing both a gfl and a dresden plate. Thank you so very much and btw the video was perfect, no stopping at all.

    Judy in S.E.Michigan

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  16. Video ran nicely. What a great machine. Those pieces were so smalllllll. Looks like lots of work to do all that hand stitching.

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  17. Kelly you may need the video to catch up with your computer. Hit play and when it starts, hit pause and wait a few minutes and then play...see if that helps!

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