Wow, you do precise work. I really haven't done English paper piecing much. I'm not on this site much due to time. I have a Corgi and a Lab and my best friend raises Bichons in Texas. (My labs tolerate them.)
oh, and the fabric exchange isn't near as active as the EPP group you joined. Some really active groups I've joined that have the best conversations are Karen's UFO group and the Around the Quilt Frame groups. YOu will learn all kinds of random things, not just about quilting either, when you're sitting around a quilt frame (so to speak).
I'm working on one of MsDesigns through her website Quiltcampus, but am behind (what else is new) - its called Splatter Table Topper - I took some of it with me to work on as I waited for my car to be serviced yesterday - so portable...I took some hexagons to do when I went to a Conference in Montreal and it took up very little space in my suitcase - I can see where it can become addictive.
Thanks for the friend request. We just got back from going to the fair for the day! My Wish upon a Star wasn't EPP - just regular piecing and applique for the hearts and flowers. It is a design by Cheryl Wall - she's a BC pattern designer and just published her first book. I really love her patterns.
What are you working on?
I'm doing a charm quilt - EPP - tumbler blocks light/med/dark with every piece being a different color. It's a LONG term project - a couple years I figure!! I really enjoy EPP for when we travel or go visiting.
Good morning Keli,
I read that you are doing 6pt stars. I started my Seven Sisters Star 3 yrs ago (gulp!) before I knew it was called EPP. I posted a photo in my page. That was my first hand sewn project. Got side tracked with new projects but intend to do add diamond shapes along border somehow to get the top completed. So many quilts to start and so little time in my life.
Post photos. We all love to browse for ideas or to compliment.