Deborah In South Carolina

Deborah is making a 1/4" King Sized Quilt! See her progress in the slideshow!

It is DONE!!! NEW Pictures Added 11/30/12!

Pat M.

Collection of Great Quilts - click the picture to see a slideshow of all her projects.

This kimono took hundreds of hours to complete. It is totally hand-stitched including hand-beaded seams. It won the Grand Prize in the Threadworks competition, held every three years and open to all Canadians for any kind of fabric art. I would never have had the patience to cut the paper pieces myself, so you made it possible.

Pat M.

Jackie N in OK


Hello, Wanted to show you my Lucy Boston block.....I used Paula Nadelstern fabric. Bought my hexies from you at the Houston Show....Now I am hooked. Love them! 


Jackie N in OK

Jean A

My first hexagon...finished...I am hooked.



Patricia H.

The Pattern was inspired by Vicki Bellino's "Spinagons" in her book: English Paper Piecing, Fresh New Quilts From Bloom Creek. 

Doris Marie G

Sending you a scan of the nine 2” x 2” Windmill blocks I made using your 1” windmill shapes.

One bag of 100 pieces will make 12 blocks, just haven’t sewn together the other three yet.

Love this shape, so glad I ordered it!

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Lisa H.

Here are some more of my projects.  The newest one is the kite block.  I'm taking college classes for nursing school so no sewing for me at all this fall.  I just finished the green kite block on Christmas vacation.


Thank you,


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Janis T in TX

Hi there ladies!  Here are my Lucy Boston blocks made with the 1" honeycombs I purchased from you at Festival in Houston. I'm also making up the 3/8" hexies in all solid colors AND I have almost made up all 150 of the 4" x 5" apple cores, using Civil War repro fabrics.  I guess you could say I'm an EPP convert!


Love you gals!


Janis T


Tamsyn M

Hello,  This is my interpretation of the "Tumbling Colors" wall hanging.  Hand pieced and machine quilted.  Tamsyn

Donna R

I wanted to send a photo of the poinsettia table topper that I just finished. It's made with custom 4-1/2" eight point diamond papers and acrylic template (which I love) and one 1-1/2" circle for the center. I'm planning them for gifts, perhaps a series. I can see it made in white on white prints with a yellow center as a spring daisy and in golden yellow prints with a larger brown center as a fall sunflower.


Hope you like it. Thanks for your great service.

Donna R

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My first encounter with English Paper piecing was a long time in planning my pattern, fussy cutting the different logo's.  And on top of that sewing with black thread on black material.  All of the backings have black backings so they will match. Since my daughter is an avid Ga Bulldog fan and my son in law is an avid Tarheelfan, I am hoping they are going to like these for Christmas.  I began this project the end of July and just finished them this weekend.

Check out more of her work in the slideshow!

Christelle M

Just a little word to say thank you. I discovered a few years ago the paper pieces technique and I loved it. It's just made for me! I cut my strips and take them everywhere I go. These pictures are from my hexagons, but I use other forms too. It's a real pleasure. And with the internet, it's so easy to order from France because there are not many paper pieces in french patchwork shops.

Have a good day,

Christelle M.