Sweet and delicate, this charming little coaster is the perfect afternoon project for the EPP lover! Shown in blues, this design works in any color combination you like!
Take a little break from hexies and make diamonds your next English Paper Piecing project! Use some favorite Christmas fabrics, or choose other colors for any other time of the year!
Have a collection of red fabric scraps? Put them to good use with this delightful little project! read more »
Here's another fun little project for the English Paper Piecing lover! Recommended for this type of project is a mix of leftover scraps, especially for the background. Add to that read more »
There can never be too many projects for the English Paper Piecing lover, and this fun little wall hanging is no exception. Enjoy a weekend of hand sewing with this original new pattern, and dig into your lovely white, green and red scraps for this one! read more »
Here's a little something for the English Paper Piecing lover! Use a mix of leftover scraps for the background and turn a simple enough design into a charming wall hanging! read more »
For all you hexie fans, here's (another) quick and easy English Paper Piecing project that sews up really quickly. You could use a fabric collection for this project, or dig into your stash of scraps to mix and match fabrics for a beautiful scrappy effect. Two different sizes of templates are included in this project... you decide if you want to make a small or a medium table topper! read more »
Here's a quick and portable little project for you English paper piecing lovers. The only *challenge* here is the size of these little hexies. Which only makes this little mug rug really, really cute! read more »
Always a favorite design among English paper piecing enthusiasts, this floral table topper spells C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S. With two sizes to choose from, use a favorite fabric collection, or go completely scrappy! read more »
Here's a different type of design for English Paper Piecing lovers! And there just can't be too many table toppers made to celebrate Christmas, can there? read more »