It seems like each day brings more enthusiasts to the EPP bandwagon. Some are brand new to the idea. Others are taking it up tentatively after a period of wishful thinking. A few are getting back to an old habit. And some people never stopped. No matter which category you fall into, it’s always nice to have a quick and simple project to get your fix.That’s what this Happy Hexie Coaster is all about. You can make this in an afternoon. Not something that can be said for most EPP projects. I actually started this for Diane’s blog tour last year, but ended up making something different. I put together a little project sheet with templates, if you prefer to cut your own. Click here for the sheet.This is ideal for fussy cutting. Tula Pink’s Eden provided just the right vibe for me. But if you aren’t ready for fussy cutting, don’t sweat it. Just pick fabrics you love and get started. If you’re in need of a refresher or some basic instructions, a great resource for visual learners is Diane’s YouTube videos. For my advice on fussy cutting and details about how I stitch my EPP pieces together, see this post. Here’s proof you can make EPP without stitches showing.I hope you’ll give it a try! Tula’s Chipper collection is coming soon and will make amazing fussy cutting too. Keep an eye out for foxes and squirrels.
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