Monday, 20 August 2012

Hexa Go Go Book Tour

Hexa-Go-Go

I'm so excited to be the person kicking off my friend Tacha's book tour. Hexa Go-Go is Tacha's first book, but it'll be the first of many, I would bet money on that. She always has so many amazing ideas and she is always about 6 months ahead of herself in her head.

Hexa Go-Go (for those of you that haven't heard of it or spotted it before) is a book full of hexagon projects sewn using english paper piecing. There are some super simple starter projects, and really clear instructions on how to get started. REALLY clear, so if you have never even looked at a hexagon before and have no idea what the heck English Paper Piecing is then you are still good to go with this book, Tacha will show you.

There are also some fantastically ambitious and more complicated quilts and smaller projects in here. Union Jack flag, anyone? How about a stars and stripes?


Hexa-Go-Go

I'm not going to talk for ages about how amazing this book is - it just is. It's a fabulous book, you will be inspired by it, you will enjoy the projects, you will learn new things and you will be happy you spent the money buying this book over a different one. You will. If you don't, quite frankly I think you're a bit odd.
Remember how amazing Elizabeth Hartman's book was and how it became THE book for every new quilter? This is THE book for anyone interested in English Paper Piecing.

Just look at the pictures, then go buy it. Just do it now, so you're one of the first. Don't wait until it sells out all over and is being re-printed. That will happen, so just go ahead and save yourself tears later and buy it. Ok?

Hexa-Go-Go

These pictures aren't even of my favourite projects....

Hexa-Go-Go

You have to go buy the book for those! I don't like it when a blog tour shows you the best stuff and then you're a bit disappointed later. I can say it, Tacha won't mind - these projects are my least favourites. See how amazing they are though? They're hardly 'fillers' are they? They're awesome.

Hexa-Go-Go

So if these are my least favourites, can you imagine what the ones I think are best are like? Yep - they're the kind of quilts that make you a teensy bit jealous you didn't think of it first. Quilts that you will want to make and keep forever.

Hexa-Go-Go

C&T are giving one reader the chance to win a copy of the book. It's a physical copy for those in the US but a digital copy for anyone out of the US.

Leave a comment on this post and a winner will get picked in a week or so.

You can find out all of the other stops on the blog tour by visiting Fat Quarterly!

And yay for Tach - because she's an amazing person, she's talented, she's funny, she's generous and kind and sweet and wonderful and I love her. She totally deserves this book to be the number one best seller of the year, so let's try help her do that, yes?

242 comments:

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Gertie Pye said...

I luuuurve this book ... saw it at the Retreat (and the fabulous huge Union Jack quilt and the funky play mat with the metallic bits) and put it on my Amazon wish list straight away!

justme said...

Love the hexagons but have always been scared to try. This book looks like it might work for me. Thanks for sharing

Cille said...

I love epp and could use some new inspiration :) This looks like just the book!

Marion said...

Pick me! Pick me! !!! Pick me! !!!! :) I have been wanting to learn epp. I have a thing for those darn hexies!

Shevvy said...

I've been getting right into the EPP with Danielle's bee, this could give me some more ideas!

Jane said...

Well, phooey! Why didn't I think of any of these?! Hope I win! Thanks for the opportunity.

Andrea said...

I have already bought and devoured this book - brilliant and very inspiring xx

Suz said...

I am still waiting to fall in love with the hexie craze - but you know what, I could see myself making some of these quilts. I never really thought of them combining with other blocks so successfully. Great review - and no, hardly any bias!

Helen said...

Gorgeous quilts and projects...at least your "less than favorites" are!

Thanks for the opportunity to win this book...it would be great to have it, since I've been planning to do a hex quilt before Christmas.

Enjoyed your pictures!

Deb said...

Oh I just luurve that rainbow quilt. I *have* to make that!

memmens said...

Ooo lovely book, I drooled over the copy of FQ retreat (but I promise I didn't dribble!), I'd love a copy I'm sure it will inspire me to sit down and EPP instead of faffing around doing nothing! thanks for the chance.

Debbie said...

I'm a hexagon junkie and I must have this book! Can't wait to see the other projects. Thanks, Katy!

Floh said...

Ha, your favorite project is mine too! I love this rainbow quilt so much! I was thinking of stealing it from her bedroom... ;)

Christine said...

I am dying to have this book just for the cover alone. I can't wait to see more pictures from it and make some hexagons!

charlotte said...

Looks like a good book. I have been afraid to try the hexies so far. Maybe soon.

red in oz said...

Ooh, it looks fabulous :) I am basting hexies at the moment.

Mary W Quilts said...

Awesome projects. Hope I win!

Anonymous said...

What an amazing looking book! One can never have enough quilty books! Claire

claire-hillyard@hotmail.com

Kandi said...

Looks terrific, I picked this up at The Festival of Quilts this week and meant to go back for it at the end of the day! Doh, will have to grab myself a copy soon. x

thepianohouse said...

I'd talked myself out of the book because I'm comfortable with my EPP work as is, but I can tell this festival is going to push me over the edge.

stitchinpenny said...

Something new to try! Looks like the biik would inspire fun things.

bentneedle said...

Looks fabulous!

Pippa Parsons said...

I'd love to win, since FQR I've been going a bit hexi mad Tacha is an awesome role model for quilters out there :)

Jodie said...

This is just what I"ve been wanting to try! Sounds like this book will be a good guide.

pennydog said...

You're right, it looks stunning!

Jenny said...

I would love to win!

Kate said...

This book looks amazing, I would love to win a copy. I need to have a go at EPP and this looks incredibly inspiring!

andri. said...

I want to win!:)
andri_chama(at)yahoo(dot)com

JoyceLM said...

Thanks for sharing the pics. And thanks for the chance to win.

Ralitza said...

It is wonderful in a picture. Dreaming of opening its pages. Love Tacha.s style!

PS Excuse my missing apostrophe key.. I would anyway forget it - so excited :)

Joyce said...

Just tried hexagons last week ...and everyone was right, it is addicting! This book looks wonderful, would love to win.

cherylj said...

I just started EPP and would love the book for more ideas and inspiration, thank for the chance to win.

Linda said...
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Linda said...

Looks a brilliant book and it would be great to win a digital copy!
Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

Stacey said...

that is one talented girl! to come up with so many ideas. i love hexagons, but have not had all the success with making some, i would love to win a copy of this book, and if not, then i am going to have to break down and buy one. thanks!!!

Linda said...

This book looks brilliant and it would be fantastic to win a digital copy.
Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

Archie the wonder dog said...

I love hexagons - not tried much EPP so this may be the thing to get me hooked, it looks amazing!

Johanna said...

I have not started with hexagons yet, my mom has and I really want to. This book is just what I need!

Esch House Quilts said...

Totally guilty on the "Fantastic quilt - why didn't I think of that?" point :) I haven't tried EPP yet (so many ideas, so little time), but this could be the book to convince me. Thanks for the giveaway!

Beth said...

This book is definitely at the top of my wish list!

Sonia said...

Wow.....this book is definitely going on my wish list!!! So many gorgeous things x

Artsy-Craftsy Ivy said...

I am dying to win this book! Pick me! :)

Gill said...

This looks such a great book! I would love a copy!

Mommarock said...

Ooooooh! I was wanting to do an EPP project. I thought I didn't want to do hexagons again..that is until I saw those pictures. Now, I'm not so sure.. I'm too busy drooling.

Ellyn said...

what a beautiful book! I'd love to win

Kari's Stitches said...

What a great book! I could definitely use some help in this category! Thanks!

Kathryn said...

I love EPPing while I watch TV, and this book would give me some great new ideas of how to use them. Thanks.

Stephanie Zito said...

This book looks amazing!!! My first paper piecing project is the Hexy MF quilt-a-long and I'm hooked! I'd love to win a copy of this incredible book! Thanks for the chance!

kbzelazny said...

This book looks awesome!! I'll buy it if I don't win it first!

Nat at Made in Home said...

that book looks really great - and will be ideal for me to start on hexies!

Melanie said...

I love hexagons.
Thanks for the chance to win this very nice book.

B Greene said...

I wanted this book already, but now that I have seen a peek inside... I have to have it!!!

Anita said...

HOW CUTE! I love the rainbow quilt and would love to win a copy. Thanks for a chance.

Cathy said...

I have seen this book and it is wondereful and definitely inspiring. It would be great to win a copy which would make me so happy--thanks for a chance!

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Sou viciada em hexágonos.Assim gostaria de ganhar.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Sarah Watson said...

BAH! I love those placemats!!! And stars and stripes, why does no one want to make one. Perhaps the 50 stars are a little daunting...

Ellen said...

I love these quilts! never worked with hexagons before. Can't wait to get started!

Elsa said...

I've made a few things with hexagons and really enjoyed the process ~ would love to win the book. The Union Jack quilt sounds fun.
Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Christine said...

I love the quilts! Thanks for the chance to win what looks like a fantastic book.

Jess said...

I've been itching to try EPP. Thanks for the chance to win!

cakegirl said...

I got this book at the library last week and it is amazing! Would love to own a copy. Many thanks for an opportunity to do so.

Diane said...

Oooh, I want to win. I've been making hexies for 8 months now, but haven't got a plan for what to do with them when I'm done. Thanks for the giveaway.

Heather said...

Okay, okay, it's finally time for me to get on the hexy train! Thanks for the giveaway!

madrekarin said...

I love hexies and this book is a must have for my book bin! Lovely, lovely projects. :)

Gina said...

I love that rainbow hexie quilt ! Those placemats are so cute too ! Pick me , pick me !

Tiara said...

Those placemats are amazing! Can't wait to see this book in person

DianeY said...

Your least favorite are indeed beautiful! I would love to see more

fallingforpieces said...

I'm in love with the cover quilt! Combines two of my great quilting favorites, Hexagons and string quilting, so how much better can it get? Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

Dawn said...

I love paper piecing and would love this book. So if I don't win, I will be buying it! Thanks for sharing all the great pics, can't wait to see more.

Jodi said...

I've tried EPP before and it's fun. Time to pick it up again.

~Kelie~ said...

I have been eyeing this book for a while now! And your review of it? PUTS IT AT THE TOP OF MY LIST! (You are a very very good friend btw! Such sweet words about the author!)

Mack and Mabel said...

This would be a lovely book to have. I'm just grabbing some fabric to sit and sew hexies in the sun right now :)

Anna O said...

Beautiful!! Looking forward to seeing the other projects on the inside. :)

blondie19012k said...

Wow! Just beautiful! I'm really wanting to try this, this looks like such an inspiring book :)

Nurseli said...

Looks like an awesome book!

Sonia B said...

Thanks for the chance! Looks awesome.

freakadoodles said...

That rainbow quilt is amazing. I want to start making it right now. I will definitely be getting this book!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Gorgeous projects, she's very talented!

jeanne e. said...

this books does look pretty awesome! thanks for the chance. :)

sarah said...

oooo, pick me!

Marian said...

I'm sold. Awesome pictures. wanting to make quilts and keep them forever is the best thing a quilt book can do. Thanks for sharing! I still hope I win :)

Samantha said...

This book is on my Christmas list! I really, really want it!

heart of charnwood said...

These pics look tremendous, now i really NEED another quilting book, when will this madness end, when i'm bankrupt???

Anonymous said...

OMG this is exactly what I need to get off my butt and try these hexagons that is "so in" right now. Beautiful projects.

THANKS for the awesome giveaway,
Dianne
dbienick@comcast.net

Laura said...

Oh my, I would love this book!

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

I LOVE hexagons and this book looks amazing!!

LoBo333 said...

Awesome book - these quilts and projects look fantastic! Just this past weekend, I got my first English paper piecing "stuff" - a little kit to make a hexy flower on a shop hop from Cottage Creations & Quilts in St. Gabriel Louisiana. Daisy, the owner, is addicted to EPP and she's spreading the affliction. This book looks to be beautiful inspiration to get started. The quilt with half strip blocks and half hexy flowers is Fantastic! And I could do that!

kat129 said...

Mos def in the Amazon wishlist... thanks for sharing your thoughts on the book!
-k

Doris said...

What fun--those placemats are awesome!

Diane said...

I am just starting a practice block with some sample papers. I would love to win the book.

Sarah Ashford said...

I have seen and heard of this book and I NEED it in my life!!! So if I don't win it then I will have to make sure it is at the very top of my birthday list. I hope that one day I can make quilts and write books that are as cool as this one. And you of course ;-)

Ullhärvan said...

It looks really amazing!

babiesdoc said...

I like hexagons, but, frankly the idea of an entire quilt made by piecing those little hand sewn pieces is intimidating!

I like the quits with just some hexagons, I could maybe even do that!

diane said...

Tacha is most definitely a sweet person. When I met her for the first time in June, she gifted me one of these amazing books. I am hooked on EPP. If my comment wins, draw again, because I am one of the lucky ones, I already own this book!

Heather D. said...

I love this! I went on a bit of a hexagon binge thing summer so I could use some ideas.

Chelsea said...

Wow, if these quilts are the filler I can't wait to see the rest. Way to go Tacha!

Tracey said...

I love the rainbow quilt. If this is one of the "okay" quilts I cant wait to see the rest of the book!

Lisa E said...

Wow, those pictures are inspiring. Thanks for the chance to win.

Ali said...

I haven't tried hexagons yet. I haven't tried string blocks yet. That last quilt combines them both beautifully!

VickiT said...

Those pictures are all just gorgeous but, the first one is amazing. The book would be worth it just for that one alone in my mind. It looks like she's got a great seller for sure. Congrats Tacha!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Love hexagons so this book is a must-have for my library. Thanks for the chance to win.

Kathy Gordon said...

Very HEXY!

jednoiglec said...

I love love love hexagon placemats. Masterpiece! The quilts are also amazing (especially rainbow one). I haven't seen these photos before, so thank you for showing it.

drmithome said...

This would be a great addition to my craft library. I just learned to make hexagons

Denise in PA said...

Wow, this book looks fabulous! I am currently in a hexagon phase, so this is right up my alley!! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Mom2RyandSis said...

Looks like an amazing book! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Strawberry Patch said...

this book has been on my want list for as long as I've known about it, I have been HEAVILY hinting for my birthday in 2 weeks but if I won a copy before that would be amazing!

lynaeve said...

Yay thanks for the chance

peacedgoods said...

I would love to win this book. I promise, I would make something beautiful and name it after you!

Anonymous said...

Wow, I have never worked with Hexi's, but it looks like something I am ready to get into. Fast, Fun and basically a portable project to work on and then get serious and put them all together to make such a beautiful quilt. Charlene Russell

Little Creatable said...

Well since I'm kinnof obsessed with EPP right now I have to have it. That's all there is to it.

Barbie Mills said...

Wow, these are SO BEAUTIFUL. I'd really like to see what your favorite projects are, these ones are great!

EagleGrimmis said...

OMG! I have the Hexie Madness, have been hexie-ing for 2 years now. I don't even know where I would start with this book but it must be mine!

Kathleen said...

I havent' done anything in Hexy's yet although I just bought a new template that makes halfs and then you sew them together. This books looks totally awesome! Thanks for the chance to win!

Tamie said...

This book looks like fun and a good one to add to my library. Thanks for starting the tour...

Jennie P. said...

Oh, that rainbow block quilt it to die for!

rderrett said...

Congratulations to Tascha on a fantastic book. I've been into hexies for a long time but need some new ideas for them before they take over the house

Katy Cameron said...

ROFLMAO, I love the 'least favourite' approach to reviewing! It does look like a fab range of uses for hexies though :o)

ritainalaska said...

yummm, love the hexie patterns here! i've just got some new fabric i'd love to cut into hexies. thanx for the opportunity to win a copy of this fabulous book.

Heidi Staples said...

This book looks fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway!!

Chris, Molly, and Baby said...

I've been making hexagons for awhile with some of my favorite fabrics BUT have totally come to a stand still as to how to use them. I just love making them but have floundered on how to make them more "modern." I am in LOVE with the ones you showed and if these are your favorites I can't imagine what else the book holds!

Chris, Molly, and Baby said...

I've been making hexagons for awhile with some of my favorite fabrics BUT have totally come to a stand still as to how to use them. I just love making them but have floundered on how to make them more "modern." I am in LOVE with the ones you showed and if these are your favorites I can't imagine what else the book holds!

Jean said...

I would like to thank you for inspiring me to try English Paper Piecing. I am in the middle of one project and have already put together the materials for the next one. I would love to have a book to help answer my questions and for more inspiration.

Elisabeth Woo said...

I've had my eye on this book, it's definitely on my Wish List right now. :D

Anonymous said...

This looks like a great book! jillfroelich@yahoo.com

Diann said...

I can't believe the placemats with the quilted fork, knife and plate aren't your favorite. They are mine, at least of what I've seen so far.

Anonymous said...

Hi my name is Kim and I'm a fabroholic :)

Anonymous said...

Hi my name is Kim and I'm a fabroholic :) sillysnilly@hotmail.com

krisgray said...

Hexies are my drug - so addicting! Can't wait to get a copy of this book - thanks for the preview.

Jeana said...

oh I LOVE EPP - and this book looks fantastic! Thanks for the chance!

Anita said...

This book looks so awesome and is on my list of must haves. Will definitely have to buy it if I don't win it :)

Abbybeth said...

now this is a book I'd LOVE to win and drool over! I've only recently gotten into EPP and hexies, but I already love many of your 'least favorites' - thanks for the chance!

Allison said...

thanks for the great giveaway! I'm nearly done my current EPP Hexie project, and would love some inspiration for another! :)

leanne said...

wow - if these are your least favourite then yes, I'd love to see your favourites - love the hexy string combo and the rainbow hexy quilt - fabulous :) its on my wish list !

Barbara Woods said...

i would love to win thank you

Allison C said...

Just started making hexes and I'm hooked! I have no idea what I'm going to make though..

Sarah said...

Its a wonderful book (If my name is drawn you can pick someone else cos I have my copy!) I especially love the stars and stripes!

Emily said...

Those pictures are gorgeous!

Rebecca said...

I'd love to learn how to English paper piece. Pick me please!

Cheryl said...

I don't know EPP from regular PP, but that shouldn't stop me, right?

Monica said...

Looks like a fabulous book! I can't wait to check it out.

Poppyprint said...

having just basted my very first hexagons EVER, I can say I'm excited about the possibilities! Sign me up, I'd love to see the rest of Tacha's book!

Marcia W. said...

It would be grand to learn a proper way to do EPP as I love hexagons. Thanks for a chance to win a copy of Tacha's new book. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

Kristen said...

Oh, wow, another I have to get my paws on for my quilty bookshelf.

Congrats to Tascha on a lovely book that calls to me.

Maybe this book would inspire me to finish the hexy mf quilt. ;)

Ella said...

Don't enter me...I just got it for my bday yesterday (and it was my only PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE get me present)!

ladmquilter said...

Wow those quilts look fantastic I can't wait to see the others. Thanks for a chance to win an amazing book.

LethargicLass said...

I have to say that I am impressed how it all looks fresh and new even though the same base is there through it all... and I have to say that I adore the placemats :)

Jenelle said...

I'm a big EEP fan. :) Thanks for the chance!

Rosa said...

That book looks and sounds awesome - its a must have:-))

Wendy D. P. said...

Beautiful quilts! Would love to win this book!

Patti said...

I haven't ever tried it, as much as I admire it! Maybe winning this great book will be the jumping off point! Hope so! Thanks for the chance to win.

Tsoniki Crazy Bull said...

I love this book so much! It is definitely a must have for my library!

Beth said...

I think this is the funniest book review I've ever read, and quite convincing as well.

Sharon P said...

I love hexies! Thanks for the great review and the giveaway!

Jayme said...

I love the ones you share so I'm anxious to see the rest!!! Thx!

Lynn said...

I saw a sneak peek of Tacha's book at spring quilt market. I could tell it's a winner. I'd LOVE to win a copy of it.

Paloma said...

Ahh! what a lovely book. Long ago I received a mini quilt from Tacha in a swap, I'm still impressed by how creative and detailed her work is. So yes please!! count me in for the giveaway. I'd love to see more of it.

sue said...

wow I like the quilt with the really big hexies and the log cabin/courthouse step blocks!

Annabanana said...

Great ideas...would love to win a copy !

Anda W said...

Wow, the projects are stuuning! awolk at rogers dot com

bruinbr said...

I have been wanting to learn how to EPP. This looks perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!

kelliemorgan said...

Amazing. I love it so much. Such traditional looks with fresh fabrics. Thanks for offering this up, ladies! Congrats on the book, Tacha!!

Anonymous said...

I was just bitten by hexie fever..oh how I'd love to make some of the quilts in this book! Like all I see...pick me :-)
Susan Vicary
Pittsburgh, PA
Svicary@comcast.net

honeyguide said...

Absolutely gorgeous pictures. Now I have to see them all!

meli B said...

Love hexies. Looks like a very cool book.

Sarah Strange said...

Oh wow! Look at those projects! Now I can drool over this book the way I did over the Shape Workshop book that I still need a copy of. Fingers and toes crossed!!!!

Kimberly Cassie @ Quilty Doodads said...

Looks like a fabulous book. Can't wait for mine to arrive!

Jane S. said...

This looks like such a wonderful book! Thank you for the chance to win a copy. :)

fabrications2B said...

OH Pick me!! Pick me! I was just telling a gal in my quilting guild yesterday that I want to try it!! It's 108 degrees here (F)! This awesome book would be the Coolest!

pklaw said...

I love making hexies and I'm so excited to see the projects in this book - would love to win!

quiltma said...

Looks like such a great book. I would love to win it.

chicken lover said...

Oooo how lovely, I have some hexagons ready for my holiday in September I plan to sit by the pool and do a little EPP - I've never tried it before but this post has got my all excited to get going with it. I think the book might be first on my Christmas wish list. Thanks :)

Zuzan said...

Katy, could not wait (am in Australia must page through a book) so already have ordered it even without seeing your pics. Thank you for showing these & wish Tacha all the best.

So if chosen give to someone who can't afford it or choose again.

SewSealy said...

The book looks "Hex-tacular"!! *smile*

I am looking forward to each day of the Hexa-Go-Go Blog Tour. Thank you for sharing the wonderful pictures with us. Would love the opportunity to win the book. Thank you for offering all of us this opportunity. :)

Hitch and Thread said...

My first EPP project is cut and and has been waiting(for quite some time!) for me to finish it. I'd love some help from this gorgeous book.

Mhairi said...

Thanks for the sneak peek at the book. I love the placemats. I am a huge fan of EPP hexagons and I would love a copy of this book. Thanks for sharing.

chefpa said...

I keep wanting to try English paper piecing, and this book looks like an inspiring aide to learning! Beautiful quilts!

Beulah said...

I've never tried hexies.....this book has inspired me to at least try! Maybe one of the smaller projects. :)

sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

Marty Mason said...

I want that book! I love paper piecing and this book would just be the inspiration I need to get back to it.

elysesusandesign said...

Oh I would love to have this book! I just got hooked with paper piecing so this would be a treat!

Michele said...

Looks like an amazing book

Ann Michelle said...

I love this book and you have me hooked on EPP since I joined your Hexy MF quilt along.... which I'm still making flowers for (fell a bit behind).

KurtzCrafts said...

the placemats are so cute!

Ann said...

Love those placemats! and love sewing hexies on long summer vacation road trips.

OhioLori said...

Haven't tried Hexie's yet! or Paper Piecing... would sure be encouraged by this book! The pictures are amazing (& Tempting!!) Really will promise to learn how to make 'em!

Thanks for chance to win such a cool book! :)

Mermaid Sews said...

I need this book, looks amazing, and you got me hooked on EPP!

Sarah Russett said...

Omg if I don't win I will be buying a copy! Love it! Thanks for the chance!

Rachel said...

Oh would love to have this book. Looks great.

kirsten said...

I'm so excited about this book!

knspears (at) gmail (dot) com

Haley said...

Looks like some pretty spiffy projects. Fun.

Heather A said...

I've been so admiring all the hexagon inspiration. I'm ready to take the hexy plunge!

Judith, Belfast said...

Well done on inspiring so many creative minds K! Love this book! Jxo

Erika said...

I love the look of this book. I was just about to buy it but thought I would try my luck.

ktru456 said...

I want this book! I just started making hexi's but not sure what i am going to do with them yet!

Lisas Mom said...

Wow, certainly not your mother's EPP! :)

Stephanie C. said...

This book looks great!

Jules said...

can't wait to get my hands on this book! they are gorgeous projects!

Anonymous said...

Aren't these the cutest!

tba247(at)hotmail(dot)com

Ginger said...

I've been excited about this book since I first heard about it. And seeing the pictures makes me more excited.

ginger c at gmail dot com

Olivia said...

Ohh!!! I just started English paper piecing and am trying to figure out what to do with my flowers...this book looks like it would have some fabulous ideas! Can't wait to check it out.

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