The Meadow Flower flimsy is finished! This more than completes my One Monthly Goal, which was to get started on an EPP (English Paper Piecing) project. This also completes a project from my 2021 WOOFA list.
This was my first ever EPP project so I wanted to do something relatively simple so I could get the hang of it. I really enjoyed working on this project so I am definitely going to do more EPP projects. It's wonderful to have something to work on when I'm out of the house.
Even though I wanted this as a project primarily for when I was off doing things outside of the home, I have to admit I did work on it fairly often while I was at home. It was a fun project and once I only had 4 blocks left to finish, it was too difficult to resist the lure of finishing before the end of the month.cut it out on my new Cricut Maker, so it was super easy to make this project.
I love this, that black really makes all the colors pop but I especially love the way your green looks against it. Like a good book, I understand how this would be hard to put down.ReplyDelete
Thanks. I had fun playing with the fabric stash to pick colors that coordinated with that wild floral print.Delete
You did a fantastic job on this one... all the colours go together really well. Congrats on your WOOFA challenge this month too. xoxReplyDelete
Thanks Chryll. I think I had a pretty good month.Delete
Well done. I take my hat off to you, as I wouldn’t have the patience to do that much EPP. I love the rich colours. Now to decide what EPP project you will start next.ReplyDelete
I've already picked one out and am working on prepping for it. It's a little more advanced, but not too much. =)Delete
Your Meadow Flowers top looks great! Congratulations on such a lovely WOOFA success.ReplyDelete
Thank you. Your birdhouse quilt is amazing!Delete
How pretty - and that border fabric is just perfect for your quilt!ReplyDelete
Thanks. I actually started with the border fabric and picked fabrics that matched it.Delete
What a beautiful quilt, Sharon and I loved reading the history of the block so interesting. Your border fabric is perfect. Have a blessed weekend and thank you so much for visiting my blog. I look forward to visiting yours in the future as a new follower. Happy quiltingReplyDelete
Thanks Melisa. I've enjoyed watching your projects for a while.Delete
Lovely. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congratulations on your finish!ReplyDelete
Thank you Patty. And thanks for hosting the OMG link up. It's helped me make decisions about what to work on.Delete
Congratulations on complete your OMG and your EPP (I had to look that one up).ReplyDelete
Thanks! I was really happy to get a finish this month.Delete
What a beautiful quilt with gorgeous colors and I really love that pattern. How neat that you used a fabric purposed for square dance clothes!ReplyDelete
Thanks. I had enough for the backing too. I'm happy to finally find a good project for it.Delete
Good for you for meeting your monthly goal! [Insert fist bump here!]ReplyDelete