English Paper Piecing

EPP Valentine Heart

Have a collection of red fabric scraps? Put them to good use with this delightful little project! read more »

Grandmother's Star Table Topper

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 »

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 »

Hexagon Basket

Be it as a special way to present a gift or to hold tools in our sewing room or odds and ends in the rest of the house, fabric baskets are a great option!

And if you are an English Paper Piecing fanatic, you'll find this is another fun way to put those skills to use. Make them large or make them small, I am sure you will find a million uses for these little beauties! read more »

Reversible Hexagon Purse

Here's another chance to practice your skills with Reversible Hexagons and, while at it, make this cute purse for that special girl!. read more »

A Ball for Baby

A safe gift for a baby, that is sure to please parents, too! Use your brightest cotton scraps for this fun English Paper Piecing project! read more »

Quick Quilted Belt Pouch

Whether you are experienced or new to English Paper Piecing, here's a quick project to practice on! Make this tiny one to hold your keys or small change, or choose from three other sizes to make a larger belt pouch, a cosmetic case, or a shoulder bag. read more »

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