English Paper Piecing Project

Say that three times fast! I know, I said after Brinton Hall that I wouldn’t do any more EPP. I didn’t enjoy it that much, even though I loved the results. But somewhere on our travels last summer, those Honeycomb pieces jumped into my hands. Then I had to get the squares to go with them.

I needed a travel project for our trip and my other hand piecing hexie top is just too big for air travel. So I got these out and started playing to see what I could make with them. I found two possibilities, this:

And this:

I still don’t know which way I am going, but I do know that I will be using this fabric, plus a few scraps from my tub. The prints here are all small so they will work well with these tiny pieces.

I have everything packed up in my Sew Together bag from Jackie.

Want a peek inside?

Fabric in the middle, precut to size, paper pieces in the top pocket and a ziplock for trash in the bottom pocket.

In the zippered parts, I have thread, glue stick, pencil,  scissors, needles, needle threader, and a thimble.

I thread basted my hexies for Brinton Hall. I decided to try glue basting this time. This will be a tiny quilt, probably 12 inches square. I can’t wait to get started!

I wanted to mention that I am not likely to respond to comments while I am gone. I read and appreciate each and every one. And I try to answer all questions. But every free moment over the next week or so will be spent with family. I have posts scheduled for most days that I am gone and I will do my best to play catch up when I get back. I hope you will visit anyway, I have some neat projects to share with you!

Linking up with Sew Fresh QuiltsQuilt Fabrication

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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16 Responses to English Paper Piecing Project

  1. Patti says:

    That bag couldn’t be more perfect! Have a good trip.

  2. Have fun on your trip! I love that you have a project all organized and ready to go whenever you have a few minutes of extra time.

  3. That’s the most well organized little travel sewing bag I’ve ever seen. A touch of OCD? I bet your sewing room is immaculate!

  4. Love the bag, love the contents! Hope you have a wonderful trip.

  5. Susan says:

    Great project for traveling and a terrific pouch to keep it organized! Thanks for linking up at Midweek Makers

  6. lois92346 says:

    Have a wonderful time!!

  7. Sandra B says:

    Cannot wait to see which layout you pick for your tiny EPP project!! Love the look of both….
    Perfect project for traveling….and I love how everything fit so well in your Sew Together Bag….
    Have a great time with family….and safe travels!!

  8. Mari says:

    That second picture of the paper pieces could look like flowers with the right colors. That would be fun! Enjoy your time with your family!

  9. Cathy says:

    I love your sew together bag. The design you have chosen is the design of my bathroom tile. I have always wanted to make a quilt using the design. Hugs

  10. Jayne says:

    I love your sew together bag! I usually don’t have anything in mind when I start an EPP project! I tend to want a project I can do at night while watching TV! Busy hands!!

  11. Sandi says:

    Have fun with your family! I love your little bag, it’s perfect for handwork. Hugs,

  12. JanineMarie says:

    This looks like a perfect size for travel. And the bag is so organized with all those pockets. 7? Amazing! Have a great trip and fun with your family. And do take just a tiny bit of time out for fabric gathering. : ) You know, souvenirs.

  13. looks like you’ll have fun- I don’t do tiny or fiddly, but it does look like a great travel project! I think I like the second layout better- for what it’s worth…. also: your sew together bag is fantastic! I have that pattern, and one day will make it for myself, my daughters and daughter in-law. maybe Christmas? ha!

  14. What a perfect project to keep in your sweet All Together bag. Looks like a fun project. I love the second setting you showed and look forward to seeing how you make out with this!

  15. Ooh, I love the fabrics you’re going to use … and I can’t wait to see what layout you’re going to use. I’ve thought about glue basting, but basting with thread is a perfect way to while away the hours in the car while traveling.

  16. This bag is perfect for storing paper-piecing project! And it’s beautiful on top of that!

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