Straight of grain refers to the weave of the fabric. See Cross Grain
A straight stitch foot can be used for machine piecing.
String piecing refers to a sewing technique where scraps of fabrics are sewn together into sections. The scraps can be any size or color. Shapes (rectangles, triangles, circles, etc.) are then cut out of these sections. These shapes can be sewn together in a traditional pattern or into a free form/crazy quilt. Watch the video… Continue reading String Piecing
Strip piecing is a quick sewing and rotary cutting technique. Long strips of fabric are cut using a rotary cutter. They are sewn together and then cut into smaller units. These smaller units are then sewn together again to form traditional quilts. Strip piecing is different from string piecing as it has more structure.… Continue reading Strip Piecing