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English Paper Piecing
Curved English Paper Piecing is a fun way to achieve beautiful, complex curves with minimal effort. Follow along with a step-by-step photo tutorial.
Explore English Paper Piecing by learning about how to follow an EPP assembly guide. Plan around Y-seams and plan for easier Y-seams step-by-step.
We're looking at all the must-try quilt trends, and this month we're trying English Paper Piecing. Get free patterns and inspiration.
Make this thimble table topper on your sewing machine - no hand stitching needed.
Follow along and learn from Teresa Justice that English paper piecing isn’t just for hexies. Sometimes it’s the easiest way to achieve the perfect points and connections you’ve been longing to make!
Whether you call it the Squared Star, Whippoorwill, or Sunbeam, this cheery design will have you smiling while you stitch.
Some years, you just don’t get around to making the Christmas decor you would like. You wish you had a creative, hand-sewn Christmas tree skirt as you pull out the tree at the start of the holidays, but once again you wrap the same tired piece of red fabric or that raggedy skirt you’ve used...
After a year of hand piecing, hand quilting is now underway on this stunning quilt made by New Zealand quilter Wendy of the Wendy’s Quilts and More blog. Her adventure started with the pattern La Passacaglia from Dutch designer Willyne Hammerstein’s first Millefiori Quilts book. Although Willyne hand stitched the quilts in that hard-to-find book,...
Use a unique water-soluble stabilizer in an unconventional way! Learn tricks for easier appliqué placement in this tip from Karen K. Stone. Sign up for Karen’s class, English Paper Piecing by Machine, at iquilt.com.
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