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I've been a quilter for 6 years and sewing since I could sit at a machine. I am addicted to it. My bedroom is now a sewing room with a bed and dresser. I have three children. They are almost all grown up. My daughter, Bridget, is 27 and teaches kindergarten. Eric, my oldest son, is 23 and lives in Kentucky. My youngest son, Patrick, turns 21 soon. He is in college.

I started designing quilts almost as soon as I starting quilting. I enjoying piecing quilts and hand quilting. I don't really enjoy machine quilting, but I have friends who are very good at it! They do my machine quilting.
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quilting, paper piecing, hand quilting, embroidery
My pets are awesome!
thread bunnies (hiding under my sewing table and they muliply like rabbits!)

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EPP - My Foray into English Paper Piecing

Posted on April 5, 2009 at 1:36pm 2 Comments

I've recently joined the ranks of EPP quilters. I joined the online group and I've started making my first EPP'ed quilt. It will be a miniature, because I think it's better to start small with a new method.



In truth, that is not how I started with quilting. Jumped into the deep end of pool doing a king (maybe large queen) sized quilt with over 1200 pieces in it, then hand quilting the entire quilt.



Anyway, I'm working on a mini dresden plate and will work on it mostly… Continue

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At 3:13pm on July 1, 2010, Mary johnson said…
Dear Friends

The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!

Go sign up now and let the fun begin.

http://www.stitchingforpink.org/

Hope we see you there

Mary

At 8:37am on February 5, 2010, Cat Lady--MO said…
Happy Birthday, Pam. Hope your day is filled with all that you love. I hope you find some time to do some sewing too.
At 7:47pm on September 23, 2009, Rosemary G, Mo said…
This sounds great. I think I need to get a friend or two and take a trip. Thanks for the detailed info. I love cats. I just don't happen to have one at this time. I just started a stack n whack. I let you know how is goes.
At 6:37pm on September 22, 2009, Rosemary G, Mo said…
Thanks Pam. I will have to plan a trip real soon. Joplin is only about 70 miles away. Can you give me names of some other shops that I should visit when I am there?
At 7:38am on April 9, 2009, Susan B said…
Thank you for the information Pam, I'll order from the website you sent. Yes, we do belong to two groups together and I read your comments with great interest...you share some wonderful tips, so thank you.
At 9:24pm on April 8, 2009, Susan B said…
Love your quilts Pam and where do you sell your patterns? Quilting without a frame can be really liberating and as long as everything is well basted first, I have never had any problem.
At 9:05pm on April 5, 2009, jean garrett said…
hi pam, It was nice to hear that you are trying my method of quilting without a frame.

I never had any trouble with the quilt sandwich shifting because I basted in about 3 or 4 inch squares. The last one i did I started at the border and went straight up. It wa about a ninety inch quilt.

Have fun with my little idea and thanks for taking the time to write about it.

By the way, I see mighty tiny piecing in all your quilts. Beautiful, especially the little charmer in picture 26.
At 12:18pm on April 5, 2009, Kim in MN said…
Welcome to the EPP group! You've made some beautiful quilts - I especially like your Courthouse steps because it reminds me of a Civil-War era quilt I had the priviledge in studying while I was in grad school. (We had to do a paper about an artifact from our historical society - and I managed to find a quilt!)

Kim in MN
At 3:44am on March 31, 2009, Carla said…
Hi Pam,
I live in south east Arkansas, about 30 miles south of Little Rock. We have only lived here a year and a half. I used to live in Missouri about 35 miles west of St Louis off interstate 70. We moved to Arkansas to be closer to our children who live in Texas. Thanks for the nice comments. I love your quilt photos also. Your color choices are nice. As I get more and more into quilting, I am finding I like the simple tradional patterns more and more, and right now I am going to do some minis.
At 7:48pm on February 25, 2009, Joyce Besemer said…
Hey Pam:
Glad to meet another hand quilter. Enjoyed looking at your quilts and love the way you have some of them displayed outdoors. The little guy sure is a cutie - reminds me of our latest grandson Finnegan. Welcome to ghe group. This is a great place to meet so many folks who share our common love of quilting. Joyce
 
 
 

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