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Slow piecing

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

I always like to take a little hand work on vacation – so that when it’s quiet and I get some time to myself I can listen to my audio book and sew or knit. This time it was EPP using lovely fabrics from French General – most from the Pondicherry range.

I haven’t done EPP for ages, decades maybe……usually my quiet go-to is sock knitting, but I have been itching to work with this fabric since I bought some yardage and a layer cake in Amish country in the spring. I love French General and have made at least one big quilt with their fabrics in the past – I can’t get enough of that red/beige combination. This range is subdued but with lovely interesting fabrics with an Indian theme. I’m planning to visit Pondicherry later in the year, so it really spoke to me.

I reckon I’ll need at least 100 hexagons for a quilt, so this should see me though a lot of long cold winter nights!

It’s good to be home.

And good to be back here too!

Helen

One Response to “Slow piecing”

  1. Diane stanley Says:

    French General was one of my first fabric crushes. These will be lovely. Better you than me though…my hands can’t do EPP. anymore.

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