English Paper Piecing (EPP)

English Paper Piecing (EPP)

English paper piecing (also referred to as EPP) is a quilting technique where small pieces of fabric are formed into shapes around paper templates and stitched together. Popular shapes are pentagons, hexagons, diamonds and clamshells.

English Paper Pieced (EPP) Ornaments

EPP Moravian Star Ornaments made with Diamonds are an adaptation of an 1830's geometry lesson. The first known star, made in a German boys' school had 110 points! This version...

With just 10 EPP hexies per side, you can make an English Paper Piecing (EPP) tree-shaped ornament for your Christmas tree. If you are new to EPP, this is a...

A large English Paper Piecing (EPP) project can seem daunting. But a small project, such as an ornament, lets you try the technique on something easy. And it's something that...

More English Paper Piecing (EPP)

Design possibilities are bountiful with a simple diamond shape, but the added element of intentional fabric placement adds endless opportunities. Once you learn how to fussy cut EPP diamonds, you...

Having filled her life with creative endeavors since childhood, it's no surprise that Katja Marek creates with fabric for both business and pleasure. Owner of a busy brick-and-mortar quilt shop,...

English paper piecing, also known as EPP, is a unique way of constructing quilts by hand. It is an old technique that has been revived for these times when we...