In my last post I wrote about a small boxed zipper pouch that I made from 40 x 1″ English paper pieced hexagons in liberty fabrics. Well, I got a bit attached to my hexagons and didn’t want to waste the cut off corners from the zipper pouch so I made a pincushion with them and some of the left over lining fabric.
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In my last post I told you about a EPP (English Paper Piecing) workshop I did at AQC here in Melbourne two weeks ago. I made the hexagons in to a mini box zipper pouch. You can find the tutorial here. There was 35 hexagons in the kit and I added 5 from my fabric stash that was similar enough. I stitched them together in 8 rows of 5. Continue reading “English Paper Piecing and a Zipper Pouch”
On Thursday this week and yesterday (Saturday) I went to the Australasian Quilt Convention (AQC) here in Melbourne. This is an event that I love to visit every year. The quilt exhibition was absolutely stunning. One of my favourites was the quilts from the AQC Challenge, this year the theme was “Australia: Flora and Fauna”. Another favourite was the quilts by Beth Miller.
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