Strip-piecing usually consists of sewing long strips of fabric together, usually width-of-fabric strips, and then rotary cutting across the strips to create smaller, uniform units that are already pieced.
Today on the Sew Mama Sew blog I'm sharing some tips and techniques for more accurate and efficient strip piecing.
In the post I'll be demo'ing strip-piecing a simple and traditional Rail Fence block for a 21" x 21" mini quilt. This block has so many layout options. I also give cutting and piecing instructions for a baby quit version measuring 40" x 40".
Click on this link for the full strip-piecing and Rail Fence block tutorial. I've also been collecting more Rail Fence quilt inspiration on this pin board where you can get more inspiration.