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The New Hexagon

The New Hexagon

One of my current English Paper Piecing projects is Katja Marek‘s The New Hexagon, which has 52 different blocks that, regardless of the interior shapes, all finish as a hexagon. Here’s my first round of blocks, using Heather Ross’s Briar Rose as the focal point.

Mini Quilts

Mini Quilts

I’m playing catch up sharing projects here on the blog, so these are a few of my favorite mini quilts I have made over the last year. This one I jokingly call a love story between skulls. “I want to live where you are” is the text. The Mary Poppins series of books is one … Continue reading

Hexies

Hexies

I started my current addiction to English Paper Piecing with hexies. I think of them as the gateway drug in the EPP world. (ha ha) I have done hexies (and hexie swaps) for almost every holiday, color, pattern, and several themes (cats, anyone?). The Kiddo was intrigued by this hexie phenomenon and asked if he … Continue reading

English Paper Piecing

English Paper Piecing

I’ve gotten hooked on English Paper Piecing this past year and a half. I love the return to hand sewing, working with tiny pieces, creating layouts, playing with shape and color, and getting to spotlight favorite elements with fussy cutting. Here are a few things I have been working on. I love the paper pieces … Continue reading