Greenhouse Garden BOM
Block 2 Bonus Content

Welcome to the Greenhouse Garden Block of the Month and Sew Along! I’m so happy that you’re joining us on this fun foundation paper piecing journey!

Today I’m going to give some tips to you as begin to make your second Greenhouse Garden block.

If you haven’t signed up yet for the Greenhouse Garden BOM, it’s not too late! Jump in at any time and join the quilt making fun. Sign up here and you’ll immediately receive all of the patterns released to date.
graphic of a greenhouse scene that says: "I'm In! Greenhouse Garden BOM + Quilt Sew Along"

Let’s get started!

In this second video, I share helpful tips that will be helpful as you get ready to piece your for second Greenhouse Garden blocks.

If you need a little bit of extra help with foundation paper piecing, be sure to check out my FREE Foundation Paper Video Tutorial/Mini-Class below:
Foundation Paper Piecing Video Tutorial

Add-a-Quarter Ruler
Mini Wonder Clips
• water soluble glue sticks: Fons & Porter or Sewline
Iris Super Fine Pins
Greenhouse Garden BOM Block 1 Bonus Content

Here is a fun time-lapse video I took when I pieced my block (and I do not sew this fast in real life!).

Here’s an overview of what I discussed in the second Greenhouse Garden bonus video featured above.

First up, I spill the beans on my secret Foundation Paper Piecing weapon: water-soluble glue sticks.  Discover how applying a dab of glue strategically during the process keeps your fabric in check, ensuring piecing with ease.

Then, I demonstrate fabric positioning tips that’ll elevate your piecing game. From folding back paper and marking lines to the magic of Clover Mini Wonder clips, I give you all my tips & tricks!

We’ll also go over how to achieve spot-on alignments, I introduce you to the process of positioning pinning. Watch as I use super-thin Iris Superfine pins to align dots and create flawless seams.

Remember, perfection is overrated. If your alignments aren’t spot-on, embrace the beauty of imperfection – after all, your quilt is a masterpiece in the making!

quilt block illustration of planter and leaves. One on a light background, one on a dark background

I can’t wait to see your second block come together!

Thanks for sewing along with us. I can’t wait to see you next month with more tips and tricks!

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