Greenhouse Garden BOM
Block 3 Bonus Content

Welcome back to the Greenhouse Garden Block of the Month and Sew Along! Today I’m going to give some tips to you as begin to make your third 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 video, I share helpful tips that will be helpful as you get ready to piece your for third 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
Add-a-Eighth Ruler

Greenhouse Garden BOM Block 1 Bonus Content
Greenhouse Garden BOM Block 2 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 third Greenhouse Garden bonus video featured above.

In this latest video, I’m diving deep into some of my favorite Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP) tips.

Ever wondered how to ensure your fabric isn’t short after piecing a section? I’ve got you covered!  I revisit a game-changing tip from last month. Be sure to check it out.

But that’s not all! I spill the beans on a technique to handle piecing light fabrics after dark ones. Ever experienced that ghosting effect, where a dark sliver appears near the seam? Fear not! I’ve got a foolproof method to avoid this heartache.

It involves trimming a tad extra off the dark fabric after your 1/4” seam allowance. Then, after you press the seam there won’t be a dark line in sight It’s a game-changer when piecing dark fabrics after light fabrics.

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

I can’t wait to see your 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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