New quilt-along alert! Make a stunning Millie Stars quilt with Katja Marek ⭐⭐⭐

Nearly 20,000 quilters on Facebook are following Katja Marek’s quilt-alongs based on The New Hexagon and The New Hexagon Perpetual Calendar. Now Katja introduces an all-new quilt-along based on the same book and calendar—and you can sew with traditional English paper-piecing methods OR by machine!


The New Hexagon and The New Hexagon Perpetual Calendar

We’re excited to have Katja here as a guest writer to tell you more about her 2019 quilt-along, Millie Stars.


A new year brings new ideas and new projects—and for me it brings new possibilities for using hexagons and a brand-new quilt-along. Millie Stars, my 2019 quilt-along, offers with it new ways to use the blocks I designed for The New Hexagon and The New Hexagon Perpetual Calendar.

On the first day of each month, I’ll let you know which blocks are required to make one star rosette. Each star rosette consists of blocks from both The New Hexagon and The New Hexagon Perpetual Calendar, and participants will need both the book and the calendar to make the blocks. Each month’s post will include photos that show how to machine piece the star rosette.


Millie Stars quilt

Machine piecing? Did you read that correctly? Yes! I’ve had so many people ask about options for machine piecing that I asked Paper Pieces to to make several options for the papers and acrylic templates available:

1. Hexagon papers for traditional English paper piecing: These bundles are for traditional English paper piecing. They can be ordered as a complete pack or as a monthly shipment. A separate finishing package is available for the background, which you can learn more about when you click the “Finish” button on this page.

2. Acrylic templates with ⅜" seam allowances for traditional English paper piecing.
These ⅜" seam-allowance acrylic templates are for traditional English paper piecers who would like to cut or fussy-cut their fabrics using acrylic templates. They’re the perfect solution for ease of cutting, and awesome for fussy-cutting. There is also an optional finishing set for purchase with these acrylics.

Paper Pieces also offers ⅜" seam-allowance window acrylics. These are perfect for cutting from the wrong side of the fabric and gluing the papers right into the open window (for precise placement).

3. Acrylic templates with ¼" seam allowances for machine piecing. For the machine-piecing option, ¼" seam-allowance window acrylics are offered. This allows you to cut or fussy-cut your fabrics with the ¼" seam allowance that your sewing machine is already set up for. These acrylics make it easy to mark the seam allowance on the wrong side of the fabric for perfect seams and point matching every time.

Lastly, I asked Paper Pieces to make acrylic templates for the background piecing. These acrylics have ¼" seam allowance, are solid in the center, and have drilled corner holes. I felt ¼" window acrylics might be challenging to hold in place and cut around, as the background pieces are large. You can still mark corner points for matching and pinning using the open corner holes.

This will be the fourth quilt-along using blocks from The New Hexagon and the second quilt-along using blocks from The New Hexagon Perpetual Calendar. Why are the book and the calendar required? First of all, you probably own either one or the other (or maybe even both) already. Second, using these blocks will limit the number of shapes (and the cost) for those wishing to use the acrylic templates.


Millie Star #1: Fuchsia

Guidelines for the quilt-along and the first pattern are available now! If you register for email notifications I’ll let you know when the latest download is ready each month. Downloads for this and all my other quilt-alongs can be found on my website.

It’s always fun to interact with other quilters working on the same projects. You can post photos of your progress and ask questions at my two Facebook groups—the Millefiore Quilt-Along group and Katja Marek’s Quilt with Me group, and I hope you join the fun!

Come with me on this new adventure and discover new "Hex"-abilities!

For more information about all of Katja’s fun quilt-alongs, visit katjasquiltshoppe.com—you can join any of the quilt-alongs below, anytime!

When you join the quilt-along, what will be your sewing style of choice: English paper piecing by hand or by machine? Tell us in the comments!


186 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I love EPP by hand, not sure if I have time to participate right now.

    —Susan MacLeod on January 11, 2019
  • I love EPP and would want to do this by hand; but thank you for the choice.

    —Theresa Kennedy on January 11, 2019
  • OOh – love this! I will probably machine piece this one.

    —Regina on January 11, 2019
  • Machine piecing is my choice!

    —Martha O. on January 11, 2019
  • I believe I would like to try piecing by machine. Thanks.

    —Ann West on January 11, 2019
  • I love handwork, but am really tempted to try the machine piecing. I am really looking forward to this quilt along!

    —Terri on January 11, 2019
  • Machine

    —Rose-Marie on January 11, 2019
  • As soon as I can purchase it all I will definitely do it by hand. I so hope the directions on this stay open to the public for awhile. My birthday is in March and hoping to start then. I absolutely LOVE this and don’t want to miss it!!!

    —Germaine on January 11, 2019
  • I am working on handpiecing the perpetual hexagons now for 2 years. I would love to do the Mille star by machine

    —Brenda neff on January 11, 2019
  • Just getting started on EPP by hand. I definitely am interested in making a Millefiore project. Probably still by hand since I like having a slow project going.

    —Donna on January 11, 2019
  • I have never been successful making hexis by machine. I would be interested in trying one more time.

    —Carol on January 11, 2019
  • I plan to do both machine and hand piecing depending on time availability. Some months will be machine pieced and others will be hand pieced.

    —genny on January 11, 2019
  • Machine piecing is my choice!

    —Cindy S on January 11, 2019
  • I will be stitching by hand, my favorite method. Going to have to get those "books".

    —Nicole Mays on January 11, 2019
  • I love to hand piece with a running stitch. Hexagons are my favorite shape but I love any shape. I have enjoyed my perpetual calendar every day since it came out. Thank you Katja for your great blocks!

    —Kathy Timmons on January 11, 2019
  • machine

    —Theresa J on January 11, 2019
  • machine all the way! chemo has left me with no feeling in my fingers so hand sewing is very difficult. can’t hold on to the needle so am constantly looking for it.

    —Roz Agulnik on January 11, 2019
  • I will be stitching by hand. I thought I had the book, but I can’t find it. Will have to do a more thorough search or buy a new one.

    —Susan on January 11, 2019
  • I love EPP, so I might have to try the Millie Stars by hand.

    —Linda Towers on January 11, 2019
  • I have the book, but not the calendar – My Barnes & Noble stopped carrying quilt-related calendars this year so I will have to purchase the calendar online. I have done EPP since a disability prevented me from sitting up to use a sewing machine. I like hand stitching!

    —Carol A on January 12, 2019
  • Machine would be my preference. I simply don’t have the time to hand piece any longer.

    —Stephanie Woodward on January 12, 2019
  • I’d like to try my hand at traditional English paper-piecing; however I have never done it and would like someone to tell me if this is too big a project for a "first" attempt at this beautiful craft.

    Glenda Castillo on January 12, 2019
  • I have to use the machine. My hand don’t hand quilt much. Too many UFO. Love the ideas. Will look at the first pattern to see if I can do the follow a long.

    —Linda Christianson on January 13, 2019
  • Making the star quilt, monthly pattern. January is almost done. Ready for February. When will it be on line? I’ll post my block on Facebook this weekend. Thanks

    —Patricia klinck on February 1, 2019
  • I would piece by hand😀

    —Carol Davis on February 11, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP–haven’t tried it yet.

    —Sharon on December 12, 2019
  • I’m dabbling – love Katja’s pattern’s though and try to machine piece as many as I can.

    —Regina on December 12, 2019
  • It’s easy and so much fun,and you can do it anywere.

    —Pamela Westphal on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in EPP, it takes a lot of time if you do it by hand, but those projects can be taken along in trips. Anyway I’m always interested in "new"things.

    —Judy Thompson on December 12, 2019
  • This is so exciting! I am so ready to learn something new. Looking forward to starting the new year off right!!

    —Liz Parker on December 12, 2019
  • Would love to increase my skills in EPP.

    —Mary on December 12, 2019
  • I LOVE English paperpiecing, but will definitely sew it by hand. So relaxing!

    —Joni on December 12, 2019
  • I have dabbled in EPP for a good while and have completed a few projects. I love to EPP by hand as I can carry parts of the project with me as I go on the road and to appointments to pass the wait time creatively! Beautiful quilt!

    —Debra Miller on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve always loved hexagons. I have made several quilts and table toppers al by hand. It will be different to do on sewing machine. I will be saving time to do more quilts. I wish I could come up with these ideas.

    —linda agee on December 12, 2019
  • I wouldn’t say I’m a dymo but I’ve done quite a bit. I’ve not tried these teeny pieces yet, though. Time to jump in!

    —Ruth on December 12, 2019
  • I have never tried EPP. What a great way to learn through your giveaway items!

    —LynneP on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in EPP–time to dive in with both feet

    —JoAnne Hawks on December 12, 2019
  • I have taken a couple of classes on EPP and really enjoyed it. I should try it again.

    —Arliene Zeigler on December 12, 2019
  • New to EPP but excited to learn!

    —Robin M on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve never tried EPP but it looks so beautiful, I really want to try it!!

    —Vicki Riley on December 12, 2019
  • I LOVE EPP & like to teach it whenever I get the opportunity. I would really enjoy this prize for a new project. Thank you for the chance. Angelia

    —Angelia Ulrich on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new & would love to learn!!

    —MaryB on December 12, 2019
  • I am new on EPP! I have some hexagons ready to sew! Hopefully next year!

    —Helen on December 12, 2019
  • What an amazing design Reflections is. I am new at EPP so will try a much simpler pattern. Thank you

    —Donna on December 12, 2019
  • Tried it would like to do more

    —Martha on December 12, 2019
  • I am new to EPP and definitely want to learn. Am partial to handwork.

    —Marilyn Fite on December 12, 2019
  • I dabble in English paper piecing, but only because I prefer machine sewing.

    —Angela Little on December 12, 2019
  • I don’t do hand stitching. Totally on the machine.

    —Catherine McCabe on December 12, 2019
  • Have never done EPP but am willing to learn to make this beautiful quilt!

    —Judi Rizzo on December 12, 2019
  • I just love EPP !! I am doing 4 different patterns now. I have taken my projects on cruises and road trips. It’s a great thing to do while listening to the news! I love the first book The New Hegagon and calendar, its been fun doing some from each.

    —Billie Munn on December 12, 2019
  • I watched a demonstration on EPP and was fascinated and rushed home to try it, I made a flower from hexis and stitched it to a pillow. I am anxious to try it again but am a little overwhelmed because the instructor said she had been working on a project since 1985.

    —Delilah Clouse on December 12, 2019
  • I dabble with EPP, grandmothers flower garden. I would like to try a different pattern.

    —Kathy C on December 12, 2019
  • I have dabbled in EPP! and I am ready to jump in with both feet for my New Year’s hand work!

    —Tess McCarthy on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP and would love to learn!

    —Connie Koontz on December 12, 2019
  • I have not tried EPP yet, but it is on my bucket list

    —barbara blair on December 12, 2019
  • I am totally new to EPP, but have thought about it for years. This is just what I need to get from "thinking" to doing!

    —Kathy on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve done some. This is a gorgeous project! I’m very tempted!

    —Janice on December 12, 2019
  • Never have EPP but want to learn. Looks like this would be the perfect project to keep me busy and my mind occupied as I sit at the hospital with my husband.

    —ADK Kate on December 12, 2019
  • I have dabbled in EPP but I have never completed a project.

    —Cathy on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve done EPP for several years and am looking forward to the quilt-a-long

    —M.J. Stahl on December 12, 2019
  • I have worked with EPP for several years, mostly with hexagons. My ‘flowers’ are now being hand-sewn to background blocks before those blocks are sewn together for a quilt.

    Judy Garling on December 12, 2019
  • I’m pretty new to EPP – have tried it a couple of times. Katya, I love your designs 🙂

    —Gail Mackay on December 12, 2019
  • I have done a little and would certainly love to learn more from the best. Thanks for the opportunity to learn more about EPP!

    —Rita Scott on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve only done some hexie work, and yes, it’s unfinished! I’ve done some paper piecing but I go back to traditional mostly. I love the precision of all paperpiecing, and the relaxing part of English piecing. Thanks for the inspiration! and a BOM is definitely motivating

    —Sharon Schipper on December 12, 2019
  • Beautiful Reflections. I like paper piecing, but haven’t done a lot of it. This looks like a very interesting project and so pretty.

    —Ellen on December 12, 2019
  • Definitely a newbie but would love to learn more!

    —Theresa Powers on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new and eager to learn EPP

    —Marilyn in Alberta on December 12, 2019
  • Definitely a newbie but would love to learn more! I can’t wait.

    —Theresa Powers on December 12, 2019
  • Love EPP, but I’m not quite an expert!

    —Kathy R on December 12, 2019
  • I have dappled and would like to dive in!!

    —Georgia Forbush on December 12, 2019
  • I have never tried to do these by machine but have done several hand pieced paper piecing projects. The quilt is beautiful!

    —Mary Kastner on December 12, 2019
  • I’m an EPP maniac! I currently have five projects going and would love to start another!

    —Susan on December 12, 2019
  • I love EPP for the portability of it. I’ve done several small projects and would love to do more.

    —Mary Beth McKelvey on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP–and ready to learn! Beautiful quilt!

    Leslie J Kennedy on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled and am excited to actually make something!

    —Kathryn Wyllie on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP but can’t wait to try it!!!

    —laura mitchell on December 12, 2019
  • As I have never done EPP by hand, I believe I should give this technique a try. 2020 would be the perfect time to get started. Thanks!

    —Ann West on December 12, 2019
  • I dabbled in EPP. I made a couple round table toppers, wall hanging, and mug rugs. I receive Katja’s email newsletters and follow her on facebook.

    —Julie B on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in EPP but this beautiful project makes me feel ready to commit!

    —Karyn Ashley Smith on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled a lil in EPP, I have a pattern called Tula Pinks Nova I need to break out..

    —Angela on December 12, 2019
  • I have tried EPP a few times but I have a lot to learn. This might be what I need to become more proficient with this technique.

    —Sara on December 12, 2019
  • I love epp and always have at least one project going!

    —Peg Pennell on December 12, 2019
  • I have done some EPP but not any of Katja’s patterns. Would really enjoy her book.

    —Peggy on December 12, 2019
  • I will be quilting along with Katja . I will be doing this beauty by hand.
    So thankful for designers like Katja that give us so many choices in
    Quilting pattern and methods. Most therapeutic thing I have ever done
    Is quilting! Happy Stitchin!

    —pat bevell on December 12, 2019
  • I am new to English paper piecing, but I would love to try experimenting with shapes other than the hexie.

    —Kim Zeigler on December 12, 2019
  • I have wanted to learn EPP for some time and this gorgeous quilt would be a lovely way to start!

    —Dorothy Borders on December 12, 2019
  • I love handwork! I have done some paper piecing but this would teach me so much more! Can’t wait!

    —Pam Atkins on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in EPP–time to dive in with both feet! I would be using by machine. I am looking forward to perfecting my technique with this method.

    —Kelly Card on December 12, 2019
  • Another great project to hand piece!

    —Linda King on December 12, 2019
  • I will definitely hand-piece my EPP projects! I have finished a dozen, and have several others in progress. They are all pieced by hand, because I love it!

    —Margaret Minton on December 12, 2019
  • Have been working on hexagons from the first book for a while.Looking forward to the new book.

    —Elaine Barton on December 12, 2019
  • I am new to EPP but would so LOVE to learn how to do it. I am ordering your book today and look forward to some very HAPPY hours.

    —Machla Shaffer on December 12, 2019
  • I am new to EPP. I have seen some beautiful quilts done this way and I am eager to learn how to do it.

    —Pat Edmiston on December 12, 2019
  • I dabble in it but would like to do more

    —Hilda Krebs on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP and would love to try it out.

    —Connie F on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled – it is tedious, but I like it.

    —Linda Lee Ahn on December 12, 2019
  • I love EPP and have made several quilt tops using this method of sewing. It is very addictive!

    —Susan Lelack on December 12, 2019
  • I have done some English paper piecing, but surely need to improve with practice! 🙂

    —Carol Schon on December 12, 2019
  • I’m a new EPPer.

    —Janna on December 12, 2019
  • I just took my first class in EPP and fell in love with it. I’ve always loved hand sewing and embroidery. I also love the portabiity of EPP. Can’t wait to get started!!

    —Cassandra Adams on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve just tried a little. This looks fascinating!

    —Ruth on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in EPP. I consider Katia the foremost pro. I should learn from her.

    —Karen on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in it…love the portability of EPP. Would love to try this QAL project!

    —Jacque on December 12, 2019
  • I do my EPP by hand. Have done traditional patterns but the modern look of this book is interesting.

    —Gale W. S. on December 12, 2019
  • I know nothing about paper piecing but would like to learn.

    —Yolanda on December 12, 2019
  • These are incredible. I absolutely love them and really want to learn how to make them.

    Sharon King on December 12, 2019
  • I have never done a quilt like this before and would really like to try my skills at doing one. Hope I win the package. Thanks

    Gracie Adams on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP and have been looking for Something to hand piece on a trip we are taking in Feb. 2020 as my hand quilting would be too bulky. This looks to be the perfect solution!

    —Ann Boykin on December 12, 2019
  • I’m in the third category. I love doing EPP and am in the middle of several EPP projects.

    —Diane on December 12, 2019
  • I have tried EPP with the traditional Grandmother’s Flower Garden pattern, but the results were uninspiring. Maybe Katja Marek’s designs would spark a bigger flame in me.

    —Teri N on December 12, 2019
  • I have never done any English Paper Piecing but would like to learn how.

    —Jackie Lewis on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve done a little EPP . . .but am ready to learn more 🤓

    —PaulaR in GA on December 12, 2019
  • I’d love to get more involved in EPP. Excited about the new QAL.

    Cheryl on December 12, 2019
  • I am new to EPP but would like to learn. It looks a bit intimidating.

    —Kathy Kranenburg on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve only made coasters with the initial flower design but I need to make more.

    —Fran Claassens on December 12, 2019
  • I love to EEP and have made many interesting blocks with the first book. I have never put them all together though and so I have a pile of orphans! Maybe with this book I could get something finished! Using machine instead of hand might make the difference.

    —Ginny on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled a little with EPP but I would consider myself a newbie. However, I’m not afraid to jump right in with both feet. I have Katja’s first book and perpetual calendar and can’t wait to get the new book!

    —Selene Hill on December 12, 2019
  • I have done some small EPP projects, but would love to get involved in a larger project.

    —Karen A on December 12, 2019
  • I am green as the grass in the countryside new at EPP but always up to learn new techniques!

    —Mary Gonzales on December 12, 2019
  • I do mostly handwork and would love to learn BPP. I’ve purchased paper templates but that’s as far as I’ve gone with it.

    —Cara Spargo on December 12, 2019
  • My EPP skills are mid level. I started Katja’s Millefiore quilt along and am almost finished with block 2.

    —Karen on December 12, 2019
  • My skills are so so. Needs work.

    —Christi on December 12, 2019
  • I’m an EPP dynamo–love a new QAL!

    —Evy Verbeek on December 12, 2019
  • I consider myself an experienced EPP. I learned from my grandmother.

    —Janet on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve done one small project – does that count as dabbling? I’d love to learn more and expand my experience with EPP.

    —Darlene B on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve never tried EPP! But I think I’d prefer to try it by machine!

    —Viv on December 12, 2019
  • Have just been trying EPP out. Difficult with my arthritis but finally managed to do some.

    —Jeannette Thompson on December 12, 2019
  • I have done just a little EPP by hand. I feel like I need to learn more about the process. This book would be so motivating!! Thanks for the chance to win this marvelous prize.

    —Patty F. on December 12, 2019
  • I am a beginner to EPP, but excited all of the potential of the techniques possible.

    —Mally Blecha on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve done some EPP, but would love to do more. Thank you!

    —Susan Green on December 12, 2019
  • I had a paper-piecing class many years ago. I need a refresher course. I have not tried the EPP method. Thanks

    —Pam Fritz on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in EPP–time to dive in with both feet

    —Dena B on December 12, 2019
  • Dabbled in EPP. Made a quilt top and assessories. Prize is great. Looks like a fun QAL.

    —Kathy A on December 12, 2019
  • I`ve dabbled in EPP – time to dive in with both feet.

    —Clare on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled off & on for years. Have finished projects, even! Ready to give it another go!

    —SHARON GROVES on December 12, 2019
  • I have been quilting for a few years but have never tried EPP. I was too afraid to try, thinking I can’t do it. A few months ago I saw the most beautiful hexagon quilts. I can’t wait to try hexagons. The new hexagon quilt along wil be an amazing new quilting adventure for me.

    —Alma on December 12, 2019
  • I am new to EPP. Don’t know where to start.

    —Monica Eggleton on December 12, 2019
  • I am an advanced beginner in EPP. I finished my first project, a full-sized quilt, this summer and entered it in our county fair. Hand piecing is my favorite right now. I can hardly wait to see this book!

    —Shari White on December 12, 2019
  • I am always ready to learn, as I dabble and paddle around my EPP often diving in with both feet but some times I go in head first as I wind up my Dynamo ensuring I have a little kit by my best chair, in the car, in my handbag, in the picnic basket – love the whole process

    —Heather Sutton on December 12, 2019
  • Am intrigued, but have never tried EPP! Love Katja’s newsletter and designs. Would love to visit her shop; it’s unlikely, though, since I’m thousands of miles away:(

    —Susan on December 12, 2019
  • EPP by hand. I have dabbled a little, ready to start something.

    —Sheila Bales on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled, although nothing like this. Great prize!

    —Maureen on December 12, 2019
  • Wow! This technique looks amazing! Could I possibly do this as a beginner?

    Ann on December 12, 2019
  • • I’m new to EPP–and ready to learn!

    —Judy Sanders on December 12, 2019
  • Oh my gosh, I’ve never tried it, but I’ve read so many comments both pro and con. I’d love to give it a try. I think I can, I think I can……!

    —Jeanne Smith on December 12, 2019
  • I love EPP & working on my 2nd Katja quilt-a-long – looking forward to her next project

    —Sheila Erickson on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP and would enjoy a new challenge for 2020. I love learning new things. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

    —Bobbie Mentzel on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled with it. Always willing to try something new and to learn of a better way to do it. Thanks for your offer!

    —Diane Baldwin on December 12, 2019
  • I guess I would fall into the category of having dabbled in EPP but now need to take a dive in with both feet by trying the QAL.

    —Lynne on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled in epp. Maybe a quilt along would give me the push I need to finish a project

    —Joan Baylor on December 12, 2019
  • I love EPP and have been doing it for a couple of years. It is fast, fun and a great portable project. Katja is my favorite author. I have done all her quilt-a-longs and they are fabulous. I am looking forward to the new one.

    —Ruth on December 12, 2019
  • I have looked longingly at patterns – that is as far as I’ve gotten. I do love hand work and would love to try.

    —Ellen Janssen on December 12, 2019
  • I have tried a few small EPP projects but have never been game enough to try a whole quilt. The hexagons look fabulous and it is on my list to try and make some.

    —Bronwyn Glubb on December 12, 2019
  • New to EPP and excited to learn!

    —Martha O. on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP–and ready to learn!

    —Letitia Morris on December 12, 2019
  • Fairly new to EPP, having only one project started. Excited to learn this new QAL.

    —Janet on December 12, 2019
  • Love EPP and QAL. Looking forward to it.

    —Kerry Grose on December 12, 2019
  • I’m very unexperienced in EPP. Looking at this as a good excuse to plunge in and learn!

    —Linda H. on December 12, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled and want be immersed!

    —Jetta on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP and love the quilts I’ve seen constructed with this technique. I’d really enjoy winning this prize packing. It is a very generous offer. Thank you for extending this opportunity to us.

    —Becky Leitl on December 12, 2019
  • I’m ready to dive in with both feet. I’ve dabbled in EPP before. This looks wonderful.

    —Stephanie Woodward on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP and excited to learn

    —Lisa on December 12, 2019
  • I love doing EPP, but am not an expert yet! Looking forward to Reflections QAL!

    —Pamela Reim on December 12, 2019
  • I’m new to EEP and ready to learn and have some fun!

    —Suzanne R. on December 13, 2019
  • I’ve made some hexies but have been thinking I might like to extend my experience.

    Carol DeLater on December 13, 2019
  • New and ready to learn!

    —Debbie Moore on December 13, 2019
  • I’ve done some EPP but would like to do more. This prize is just the ticket!

    —Sandra Dunn on December 13, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled – this looks like a fun quilt-along!

    —Janet G. on December 13, 2019
  • I am an EPP dabbler. I enjoy the hand-sewing and would love to make one of these gorgeous quilts!

    —Donna V. on December 13, 2019
  • I have dabbled in EPP – just made a round EPP table topper for Thanksgiving. Was great to take on my cruise earlier in November to work on! I am ready to jump in with a new challenge!

    —Chris Markulin on December 13, 2019
  • I love the look of English Paper Piecing.
    I’ve made two table toppers using this technique, and have a very long way to go to get this style of quilting perfected. I have time to learn, now that I am not working. 😄

    —Debbie Russell on December 13, 2019
  • I am a beginner willing to practice and learn EPP

    —Deborra J Russell on December 13, 2019
  • I really love paper piecing. The best part is that corners match easily.

    —Marva on December 13, 2019
  • I have dappled in EPP making three small table runners. I would love to win!

    —Sheila Fernkopf on December 13, 2019
  • I’ve done some EPP in the past – it’s nice to include some in each quilt – but it’s about time to make an entire quilt by hand. Great-looking book!

    —Mary on December 13, 2019
  • I’ve dabbled with EPP – need to jump in

    —Joy B on December 13, 2019
  • I have never done English Paper Piecing. I don’t have any idea how it is done BUT I’d really like to learn.

    —Judith Carlon on December 13, 2019
  • I have dabbled in EPP. ready to step up with a good tutor/

    —Elizajane C. on December 13, 2019
  • I’m new to paper piecing – but I’d love to learn!

    —Karen on December 14, 2019
  • I’ve never tried paper piecing – but this looks like a great way to start!

    —Karen on December 14, 2019
  • I’m not an expert by any means but I am improving every day!!

    —Genny on December 14, 2019
  • I’m new to EPP. I’m always ready to learn a new technique.

    —Donna K on December 14, 2019
  • I’m a dabbler and looking forward to seeing Hexagons 2

    —Jeannie on December 15, 2019
  • I have dabbled

    —Helen on December 16, 2019
  • I’m a dabbler, I have her first book, and I’m ready to do more!

    —Laura on December 18, 2019
  • I’m a newbie!!! Time to learn how to do this technique.

    —Linda Taylor on December 21, 2019

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