May Flowers – the EPP Kind!

Happy May 1st!

I’m teaching a little English Paper Piecing, EPP, make-n-take at our local public library today. The library is offering a craft night the first Tuesday of the month. Crafts like felting, beading, card weaving have been offered and I’ve been asked to demo a quilting project. I decided on EPP because each participant should be able to finish a rosette during the class.

I’ve made up kits, and have my supplies ready, needles, thread, scissors, glue!

I have couple projects to show so those attending can see what you can do with EPP.

EPP Rosette stitched to a background and mounted in a hoop for displaying.

EPP Flower stitched onto a notebook cover.

Plus I have this antique quilt top to show!

Last week I finished this baby quilt, I’m loving it!

Read all about this heart quilt design here.

How did I do on last week’s To-Do List:

  1. Finish quilting baby quilt and Bind it!  ✔️ Completed and ready to mail!
  2. Finish prep for EPP demo I’m presenting Tuesday, May 1st.  ✔️ Ready! I hope it is a fun class!

To-Do List for this week:

  1. Sew borders on last year’s BOM from the Facebook Group: Sit Down Free Motion Quilters.

Linking to To-Do Tuesday and Linky Tuesday.


2 Responses to “May Flowers – the EPP Kind!”

  1. Jean McKinstry Says:

    I love the rosette with the bird fabric, a set of these would be wonderful place mats.

  2. Christine Slaughter Says:

    Hi, Sharon! I hope you had a lot of fun teaching the class! That would definitely be a class I would make sure to attend; I love EPP!! And the antique quilt is gorgeous!

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