English Paper Piecing

Four-point Star

This little ornament is made with English paper piecing and sews up in a jiffy! read more »

Swirligig Ornament

Like to English paper piece? Here's a really easy ornament for you to try out! read more »

Hexagon Wreath Ornament

Hexagons will always be the favorite shape for EPP. So it definitely should be used for Christmas projects. What's fun about this one is the size... it's a miniature! read more »

Hexagon Pincushion

I'm pretty sure that in addition to fabric, patterns, and notions, all quilters have a soft spot for pincushions and collect quite a few. This one is my personal favorite... probably because I am addicted to EPP and found this is a good way to use orphan hexagons left over from other projects. read more »

Festive Flower Mat

 Still addicted to English Paper Piecing? In addition to hexagons, try your hand at the different geometric shapes that make up this fun little piece! Because of its size you can easily plan on a set of placemats or, if you only want to go with one, a small table topper. Either way, this is a project you are sure to enjoy! read more »

Christmas Tiles

Not quite your Grandmother's Flower Garden, but repeating motifs makes for interesting patterns. And if you love English Paper Piecing and hexagons... this project is made for you! read more »

Double Pointed Star Ornament

Delicate and elegant, use your English Paper Piecing skills to sew this little beauty! read more »

Hexagon Rosette Candle Mat

Mix two sizes of hexagons with diamond shapes for a simple yet elegant little piece. Small projects like this one are great to practice your English Paper Piecing skills and finish quickly for instant gratification! read more »

Flower Lattice Tablerunner

English Paper Piecing has certainly made a comeback and quilters everywhere have taken to this long-time favorite technique with incredible passion. Hexagons continue to be the favorite shape to work with and traditional Grandmother's Flower Garden quilts abound. read more »

Geometric Beauties

I confess: I'm an EPP junkie. If you're not one yourself, you might ask what EPP stands for. English Paper Piecing. And that's what these little beauties are all about. If you're hesitant about starting a large hand-pieced project, try your hand at this technique with one, two, or all these little coasters. read more »

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