Greenhouse Garden BOM
Block 7 Bonus Content

a woman holding a quilt block that looks like leaves

Are you ready for some hot pressing tips as you begin to make your seventh 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.
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Let’s get sewing!

In this video, I share tips that will be helpful as you get ready to piece your seventh Greenhouse Garden block. This month I share my tips for how I achieve really flat seams on my foundation paper pieced blocks, making my piecing look nicer and easier to sew.



(note: None of this is sponsored. I may earn a small commission through affiliate links. It will never cost you anything extra and I search to find you the best products. Thank you in advance for your support.)

Seam Roller (Violet Craft Brand)
Seam Roller (Modern American Vintage)
Oliso Mini Iron
Oliso Multi-Mat
Tailors Clapper (Riley Blake)
Tailors Clapper (Modern American Vintage)

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


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


quilt block illustration of 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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  1. Sherri,
    I have found that my mini Osliso iron handle gets extremely hot. Do you have that problem?
    Thanks for all you do. I have enjoyed this process and LOVE the design.
    Sunnye Sherman

    1. Hi Sunnye, Thanks so much. I’m so glad to hear you’re enjoying the process of making your Greenhouse Garden quilt! I did find on my M2 Oliso iron that the handle could get warm of the setting was on “high” for a prolonged period of time. I recently upgraded to the M3 Oliso mini iron (mainly because it now has an auto-off and I can rest it with the hot side perpendicular to the pressing surface). I have noticed that the handle on the new M3 model doesn’t get hot even when the iron has been in high for a while. –Sheri

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