Piecing Made Easy (Really!)
if you could make most of your own embellishments?
What if you could do it inexpensively and easily?
Paper piecing is a fun and simple way to use what
you already have to make what you need. If you can
draw a circle, a rectangle, and a line, then you
are already halfway to making your own perfectly
Crowe says, "I understand that you don't have
endless amounts of time to push teeny pieces of
paper around. Me either. I like to keep my scrapbooking
fun and easy! When I am not home-schooling my three
boys and folding endless loads of laundry, I have
been blessed to work on some pretty cool scrapping
projects. I have participated in eight of the Autumn
Leaves Designing with Books and Calendars, and am
currently on the Two
Peas in a Bucket web site design team. I love
to share my process of finding inspiration and translating
it onto a page with other scrapbookers!"
don't have to have a ton of ideas - you just need
to know where to find them. By looking for inspiration
in magazines, on clothing, and in home furnishings,
paper piecing inspiration is all around. (And it
is free!) You also do not have to be much of an
artist. I will show you the process of looking at
an image and reducing it to basic, easy to draw
shapes. Once you experience the process, you'll
find paper piecing opportunities everywhere you
Kelli's class includes:
Important information about Self-Paced Projects
at Big Picture Classes!
Self-Paced Projects are instant download classes
that allow you to participate at BPC anytime!
These classes are different from our interactive
workshops. There are no starting or ending dates
-- you may enroll at any time. This flexibility
also means, that there will not be the level of
teacher and student interaction that we enjoy
in our workshops. You will receive handouts to
print and an audio file to listen to, but there
are typically no message boards or chats.