If you can sew a straight line, you can stitch accurate blocks using the paper foundation piecing method. Follow the step by step photographs to learn how to paper piece. Begin by measuring to cut strips or over-size shapes. Position them on the back side of the pattern and sew on the lines. No tedious cutting or marking required. Color photographs and full-size patterns are provided for 31 blocks using single, quarter, and split foundations. AUTHORBIO: Bonnie's mother taught her to sew as a child. She has been quilting since 1979, making her first quilt with blocks silk screened for an art class. Sharing her quilting knowledge, Bonnie conducts workshops for quilt groups and conferences across the country. She is a quilt judge, certified by NQA, and is qualified to judge master quilts. Her quilts, wallhangings, and clothing have been shown in galleries, museums, and quilt shows, winning numerous awards.