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In the Mix: Hydrangea Quilt

 

English paper piecing can be quite a slow and time consuming process. Using smaller sections of EPP as part of a larger quilt is an idea full of potential. Combining techniques into a successful piece of work is one of our favourite challenges. Join Linda as she demonstrates how she’s mixed English paper piecing, painted fusible web and free machine quilting in a single small quilt.

You can add this workshop to your account here it’s just £1.50 for instant, lifetime access to the class.

Approximate run time: 19 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

English paper piecing can be quite a slow and time consuming process. Using smaller sections of EPP as part of a larger quilt is an idea full of potential. Combining techniques into a successful piece of work is one of our favourite challenges. Join Linda as she demonstrates how she's mixed English paper piecing, painted fusible web and free machine quilting in a single small quilt.
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If you haven’t already purchased the class and would like to add it to your account you can do that here…

To explore similar ideas with your own work you’ll need:

A completed section of English paper piecing
Fabric for background and borders. Linda used hand dyed cottons, but any quilting weight cotton that suits the colours of your project will be fine
Double sided fusible web (Linda uses Bondaweb)
Acrylic paint or acrylic ink and a brush
Sewing kit to include an iron and baking parchment

We’d love to see what you’re working on. Share your work on Instagram and tag us in using @laurakemshall and the hashtag #designmatterstv

Here’s a photo of Linda’s completed quilt and you can see some photos of the piecing in progress in the carousel above.

This workshop doesn’t cover English Paper Piecing technique itself. If that process is new to you, please refer to our free workshop, Introduction to English Paper Piecing.

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