Fractured Paint Box Workshop

The Fractured Paint Box was designed as a beginner pattern to introduce quilters to paper piecing. The project is fast, uses only one foundation block, employs simple cutting techniques, and is an affordable and fun way to jump into your first paper piecing project. It is meant to make those new to the process find confidence, understanding, and success!

The foundation papers for the Fractured paint box were designed by Bradley and Judy Niemeyer. This pattern works with the Quiltworx.com 2-1/2″ Strip Sets, which have 48 strips instead of 40. This strip set makes the 3 x 4 layout of “paint boxes” shown on the cover. The instructions include information for a 3 x 3 layout that uses a set of Standard 2-1/2″ strips (40 pieces) as well. The quilt finishes at 60″ x 77″.

Fractured Paint Box Supply List

There are 4 lessons in this workshop. Upon completion of your order, you will receive immediate access to all the lessons.  Access to the workshop never expires. You will have continued, unlimited access to all workshop content including all future updates and revisions to the content.

For the best workshop experience:

  • I suggest you progress through the lessons in numerical order.
  • When you start a lesson, read through the entire lesson and watch the videos in order and then start from the beginning of the lesson and complete the steps in that lesson.
  • The workshop is suitable for beginners to advanced quilters, so advanced quilters may find some of the videos a little tedious. Use the slider on the video to advance to the parts that interest you.
  • Most videos have a Video Index displayed after the video. Use that index to quickly advance to the segment you want to watch.

Please ask questions if something isn’t clear. At the end of each lesson are three ways to contact me, ask questions or interact with other students. If you have a question about material in a particular  lesson, it is best to comment at the end of that lesson.

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