Feeding fabric into the machine, two pieces of at a time, wrong sides together, one after the other.
Just you and the machine.
Humming along. (Until you realize you ran out of thread in the bobbin!)
Chain piecing can be very useful when it comes time to assemble your blocks into a quilt.
See the magic trick being performed in the photo? How the first set of patches are being held floating in the air with the second set of patches?
Webbing is all about not cutting that thread.
Let me start from the beginning.
Lay out your quilt blocks. (I'm using a mini charm pack of Moda Canyon.)
Once you have the pleasing arrangement carry them over to your sewing machine.
Look, I've joined the first 2 squares in each of my 5 rows.
Then without cutting the thread that connects them, I start over with row 1 under the needle and add the final charm square for that row.
Keep sewing, leaving everything connected.
When you are done, you've got all your rows together and all the rows are connected together.
Flip row 1 onto row 2. Pin and sew.
Repeat until all rows are sewn together.
I hope you found this tip on webbing helpful. I'll be linking up here.
Have a wonderful day! Patty