Thanks to everyone who came to the meeting tonight! It was a fun meeting. We did our usual business, then show & tell, and then we discussed English Paper Piecing, and I shared a bunch of my finished and in-progress projects. Thanks, Brandy, for being our photographer!
Sherre started us off. She had an adorable Elizabeth Hartman fox quilt, an awesome alphabet, by Lori Holt, and a medallion of her own invention, using Allison Glass and Victoria Findlay Wolfe elements.
Eileen has been cranking away at her Village quilt – isn’t it amazing? And her pouch of the month from Sew Lux is perfect, as always. She’s participating in the Kingfisher Stitch Along, too, with a gorgeous pile of hexie flowers.
Amy shared a wonderful purse she crocheted, and some really nice vinyl pouches.
Deb L made two placemats for our ongoing charity project, and two baby quilts for some coming soon babies.
I showed off some blocks from the soon to be released Summer Adventure quilt by Kitty Wilkin, my Sew Lux pouch, and a purse I made.
Then it was time to talk about English Paper Piecing. I had a few projects to show off – I like to try all different kinds of things, from the traditional Grandmother’s Flower Garden, to more interesting things.
If you are having trouble getting started with EPP, or would like to borrow any of my books, just let me know. I’m happy to help, and as you can see, I’ve tried just about everything.
The Kingfisher Stitch Along is a great one to try out, if you are tempted by EPP. It uses 1″ hexies, and appliqués them to a diamond, so you don’t have to do a whole huge quilt with just hand piecing. It is the perfect summer take-along project. Plus, Eileen, Deb H and I are all doing it. You don’t want to be left out, right?
Thanks for a great meeting, ladies, and welcome to our new members!