multiple layers of paper (die cuts or punches) put together to create an artistic design or image
to use paper templates with the fabric basted onto the paper shape in order to retain accurate piecing. Fabric is folded over the edge of the paper shape, basted into place, and the edges of adjoining pieces whipstitched together by hand. This is typically used when making the hexagonal Grandmother's Flower Garden pattern.
Creating various pieces of scrapbook pages to assemble together to create a finished page.
Die cuts or punches put together to create an image for your scrapbook page.
Creating an image or element by cutting, layering, adhering, and detailing several pieces of paper.
The technique of using cut-out shapes in arrangements to create a picture.
The process of taking a design, making a pattern, cutting it down into smaller sections and then re-assembling it. Very effective and lots of fun. See our page on Paper Piecing
See English paper piecing
The use of cut out shapes to produce a picture.