Piecing curves: Techniques to help you make the Wife-made Palma Quilt pattern

It’s been nearly four years since I released my Palma Quilt pattern, so it’s definitely about time I also put out some tutorials for piecing curves, right?!

Truth be told, I actually made these videos a while ago and then got distracted and forgot about them.  I also remember after recording them that I felt very self-conscious and judgmental about myself talking on camera, but I’ve decided, you know what?  Who cares!?  (I turned forty this year.  I wonder if that has anything to do with my change of heart?  What do you think?)

I know the thought of piecing curves can be a little intimidating for some people, but I’ve found that the best way to overcome your fears is to just do the thing you’re scared of!  And, in the grand scheme of ‘scary things’, piecing curves is probably pretty low on the scale.  But, I know it can be helpful to have someone show you how they do it, so that’s what I’ve done.  I hope it helps!

You might also be interested to watch some videos on piecing curves so here’s a couple for you.  This one is by Fons & Porter and this one is by American Patchwork & Quilting.

Let me know if you have any other questions in the comments and I will do my darndest to answer them!

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