English Paper Piecing Tutorial – The Sue Daley Sewline Glue Pen Method


Join Sue as she talks you through the basics of English Paper Piecing and her glue pen method. The Sue Daley Glue Pen method cuts your EPP prep time by 75%, making this beautiful technique so much simpler than the traditional method. She talks you through everything you need from thread, needles, to other tools that make EPP so much easier! Sue demonstrates how to cut your fabric, glue your shapes, sew them together and remove papers from your blocks.

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Date: October 14, 2020

31 thoughts on “English Paper Piecing Tutorial – The Sue Daley Sewline Glue Pen Method

  1. Hi sue, could you tell me what color of bottom line thread you use to do the paper piecing? Thank you very much, waiting for your answer, Chandra

  2. Knicker knot? How do you have 2 strand and one strand with a single strand line? Please explain that here or in a separate tutorial.

  3. Sue I bought one of your Abbie's Dresden patterns and I have a question. Is it better to sew each piece from the center out, or sew each one separately and then put them together. I'm about halfway done with my first one doing them individually, and I'm having a lot of trouble lining them up correctly and dealing with the tails. Are the tails easier to deal with if you do the whole thing from the center out? I'm worried that they don't look like they're going to go together very well when I'm done. Thanks for any help you can offer.

  4. Nice clear instructions – I'm about to go on a lap of Australia with my husband and son and was looking for something to take with me that was easy and didn't need a lot of supplies! Thanks Sue

  5. If you were going to appliqué the flower down onto another fabric would you remove the outer hexie papers? I’m very new to this. Very helpful video. Thank you.

  6. I’m glad you mentioned how sore your thumb and wrist can get. I’m using your needles but my thumb and wrist are so sore and I’m now using a brace. I would appreciate your tips on preventing this. I will try the clips. Hopefully that will help.

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