Even More Useful EPP Goodies!

10 Jun 2015

EPP at Modern Domestic, this Saturday!


I'm still all over the place, sharing news about All Points Patchwork. Here are some useful things you may have missed:

First, if you're here in PDX, please stop by Modern Domestic this Saturday from 12-2. I'll be there with my EPP kit, showing all comers how to baste any shape they're into, and answering burning EPP questions, helping folks plan their next projects, and signing books. Just come hang out and stitch with me!


My Take on EPP Templates


Over at CRAFT, I shared a PDF excerpt from the book this week - it's the section where I compared various types of EPP templates, and which projects are best for what kind of template. Head over there to get your copy.


My Favorite Clover EPP Tools


Over at the Clover blog, I wrote about my favorite tools for EPP, and why I like them. (I'll admit to being something of a Clover junkie.) You can read about that over here.


Box O' Hexies


And finally, stop by The Modern Quilt Guild blog, where they're giving away a whopping three copies of All Points Patchwork!

Comments

I just got your book last night, didn't get a chance to look at it yet. But from I saw on the net, it looks really complete. I also bought a copy for our guild. I'm looking forward to read the "computer design" section of your book. And I'm attacking the Millefiori book, sewing on traced lines, not using templates.


Thank you, Chantal! I really appreciate you sharing it with your guild. Hope you've been having fun with those computer designs!


Diane, thank you for writing the most comprehensive book on EPP ever. I love your book. I must have a dozen books on EPP and none of them compare to yours. I love all of your tips and hints on how to EPP in the most beautiful way. Thanks for including the knot information. Honestly, I think I learn something new every time I turn the page. Your book is perfect without the projects, but I hope that you will write a second book of projects and share your fabulous project ideas with your fellow EPPers.


Thank YOU, Janice! I'm so happy you're enjoying the book. I would love to write a project book someday, too! :-)