Are you new to English Paper Piecing and are wondering which stitch you can use to sew your shapes together? Have you tried the Whip Stitch and aren’t happy with seeing the stitches on the right side of your work? Well, the ladder stitch might just be what you are looking for!
The ladder stitch is a stitch that is frequently used in dressmaking, toy making and home furnishings, but can also be used when you are working on your latest English Paper Piecing project.
Have a look at my video tutorial for a demonstration and some tips and techniques
I hope you find the video useful. I think it’s always nice to try a different way of doing things. You just never know, it may change the way you do things forever! Let me know how you get on or whether you have any questions.
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More EPP Resources
Check out my other EPP videos and a link to a FREE printable sheet of 1″ hexies:
EPP Basics :: Basting
If you are new to English Paper Piecing then you might want to start at the very beginning and watch my video on Basting EPP shapes. There are some great tips whether you want to thread baste or glue baste
EPP Basics :: Whip Stitch
The Whip Stitch is the most commonly used stich in English Paper Piecing. It’s quick and simple to do! Check out my video for some hints and tips and a demonstration on how I sew a whip stitch
Looking for your next EPP project?
Why not try out the PentaPinnie pdf pattern. Available to buy and download straight away!