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Cindy in Iowa

Variation on Sarah's Star

Colleen F.

I love sharing for show and tell :) and noticed on the website you have requested pictures of our creations. Sharing is almost as much fun as creating in the first place!

Debbie B.

Here's what I'm working on now! I've always loved the storm at sea pattern and have wondered what it would look like with lots of batiks in purples, greens and blues! Someday I will try to make a quilt with just a few fabrics but I'm loving the variety and movement in this quilt! It's about 42 by 36 now and still growing...
~Debbie
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Debbie C.

Blue Tiles and Candy Stripes
Hello, I've been buying paper pieces from you for some time. I love EPP and have made a number of quilt tops, but since I'm not too fond of the quilting part I haven't sent in any pictures. However, I see that others have shared their "works in progress" so thought I would, too. I love all the new patterns you now have (I really like Vicki's and have enjoyed the EPP group over at CT) Since I've made (or started to make) so many GFG quilts, I've experimented with some designing of my own. The blue and white quilt I call "Blue Tiles" is my own design and I just completed the top. Candy Stripes is also my own design and is the only EPP quilt I've actually quilted! Thanks for "fueling my EPP passion!"
~Debbie C.
Blue Tiles and Candy Stripes
Hello, I've been buying paper pieces from you for some time. I love EPP and have made a number of quilt tops, but since I'm not too fond of the quilting part I haven't sent in any pictures. However, I see that others have shared their "works in progress" so thought I would, too. I love all the new patterns you now have (I really like Vicki's and have enjoyed the EPP group over at CT) Since I've made (or started to make) so many GFG quilts, I've experimented with some designing of my own. The blue and white quilt I call "Blue Tiles" is my own design and I just completed the top. Candy Stripes is also my own design and is the only EPP quilt I've actually quilted! Thanks for "fueling my EPP passion!"
~Debbie C.

Diana in SC

Last year I ordered a large quantity of 2" hexagon, diamond, and triangle pieces from you. I knew then I would be spending a lot of time in the next few months as an auto passenger travelling here and there and yon. After 7000 miles, I finished the quilt shown in the picture. It measures 79" x 40" and will have an honored place on my sofa. It is machine quilted. Its name is "7000 Miles"

~Diana

Dolores in Missouri

Variation on the Hearts and Flowers Pattern

Notice the pieced hearts on the border rather than the quilted hearts shown in the pattern.

Dorothy R.

I am sending you a picture of my bee skep made with foundation papers.  It is part of a wall quilt made for my brother-in-law, who keeps bees.  I enjoy your websight very much.

Dorothy R.

Dorothy S.

Here is a picture of the completed Baby Garden Quilt Dorothy made. "I am proud of the way it turned out!" ~Dorothy
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Dot in Louisiana

Version of Crazy Pieced Hearts
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Elizabeth in Arizona

A traditional Grandmother's flower Garden.

See More of Elizabeth's Projects in the Slideshow!

Emmy

Emmy made this beautiful variation of grandmother's garden with diamonds in the path! Thank you for sharing it with all of us!

Erica K.

I just wanted to let you know how much I love your Paper Pieces! My quilting life would literally be lost without them!

Recently I decided that I needed to make a quilt that would be considered my life's work...something that would be passed down from generation to generation and REALLY be cherished. So with your 1/2" Hexagons I'm making this quilt. It'll be rounds of red, white, and blue. I'm aming for a king size. I almost used the 1/4"  hex's, but then thought how hard it would be to quilt that bad boy! No thanks... those'll be for table toppers and such, or maybe I'll give it a go in 30's repros? You never know... And as of yet, I haven't decided  if each ring will be scrappy or just one fabric.

But anyway I thought I'd share, so you knew how much your company means to at least one person...

Thanks so much!

~Erica K