Monday, 27 August 2012

Hexa Go-Go

 

Well I am step five or so on the Hexa Go-Go book tour.  I'll be honest (and Tacha doesn't know this), when I first heard about this book, I thought it might be a bit fuddy duddy with pages and pages of old lady quilts.  I mean I'm no spring chicken myself but hexagons can at times be a little fuddy duddy.  Well I could not have been more wrong.  I will throw my hat in the ring and say that this is my favourite book of this year.  And having been a big fan of Tacha's right from the time I started quilting, which was pretty much the time Tacha, Katy, John and Brioni started Fat Quarterly, I should have known that her book would be so fabulous.


At the London retreat, we hung one of the quilts from this book up in the entrance hall and, when no-one was looking, I would tip toe over to it and peer closely at the workmanship (perhaps hoping to spot a mistake or two).  You know she sews a lot of stitches per inch unlike sloppy old me with my 6-8 per inch EPP stitch rate.  How on earth she got all these quilts made even in a lifetime I cannot imagine.  Anyway, since I am a lover of flags, the two hexagon flag quilts are two of my favourite quilts in the book, especially of course the union jack one, which I did actually try to steal at the retreat but mean old Tacha wouldn't let me have it sadly.


Great for beginners and advanced quilters alike, this book starts off by taking you step by step through the whole English Paper Piecing process.  If you haven't tried it before, you might be surprised by how addictive and soothing it can be - sitting in the cafe overlooking the kids swimming in the public swimming pool as Mandy and I were yesterday - both armed with a nice EPP project to keep us going. There are big projects, small projects and everything in between in the book and a few projects where EPP is mixed with regular piecing and applique just to mix it up.  The projects are all fresh, bright and modern, even though the tradition of piecing using heaxagons goes back centuries. 


Here are the remaining stops on the blog hop and, at each stop, you have a chance to win a copy of the book.  In the US, it's a hard copy.  Outside the US, it's en e-copy.  For your chance to win a copy, leave a comment on this post letting me know whether you're already an EPP fan or just waiting for the chance to learn.

August 29th – Jennifer Mathis from Ellison Lane
August 31st – Angela Pingel from Cut to Pieces
September 3rd – Jeni Baker from In Color Order
September 5th – Nettie from A Quilt is Nice
September 7th – Lissa Alexander from Moda Lissa
September 10th – Sarah Fielke from The Last Piece
September 12th – Michele Pacy from Michele Made Me
September 14th – Kimberly Jolly from The Jolly Jabber
September 17th – Aneela Hoey from Comfort Stitching
September 19th – John Adams from Quilt Dad
September 21st – Elizabeth Hartman from Oh Fransson

139 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness. I too would have rather stuck pins in my eyes than go back to make the hexagons my Mum tried to make me sew as a child. But these are stunning. Really fresh and bright. I must have a go at this again. Just goes to show how wrong we can be.

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  2. I'm a definite beginner who would like to learn... It seeems making something -anything- out of hexagones is the right of passage to calling yourself a quilter. It is a test of stamina, perseverance, creativity and skill. I can't wait to start on that path to being a 'quilter'. :)

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  3. Like many people I started with EPP, but I've never been a huge fan. These modern uses though could easily sway me, so I'd love to win a copy of the book. I love the union flag quilt especially.

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  4. I'm currently doing my first EPP project (one of Tacha's designs in Fat Quarterly). I love it! A portable hand sewing project has got to be a good thing. Would love to win a copy of the book to try out some more projects.

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  5. I started my large epp quilt at the start of last year, and it will be finished in the next few months, just in time for winter, and my little girls new big girl bed!
    I would love some more hexagon inspiration, as most of this has been done on long family car journeys, as you say, its portable, which is brilliant!
    Angela

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  6. I'm an EPP fan already. I learned a lot following the classes of Sue Dailey, who has come to my hometown The Hague, Holland, each summer these past years. Since there are only a few of the "traditional" hexagon quilts I would like to make, this book is to go on my can't-do-without wish list.

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  7. EPP is something I've come back to with a whole renewed vigour now I've been inspired by modern designs. As you say, it's very therapeutic sitting calmly sewing in the sun(?) I would love a chance to win this book.

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  8. I became a fan when you started the Hexalong! Then i saw that hexagons can be
    anything else but boring! This book would help me to sew beautiful modern hexagon quilts! jeanine from Brazil

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  9. I already have the book and just wanted to say what great book it is full of lovely projects...the quilt on the cover is on my 'to make' list and I've already ordered the papers to make the Union Jack once my Hexy MF is finished.

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  10. I'm a wanna EPPer. I've tried hexies and still use them sometimes in the flower formation (recently as a "sun"), but I think I need to try different ways of using them, like this book! That and try some other shapes like the Rose Star or Ferris Wheel.

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  11. Ah, stunning quilts
    Will you be trying another EPP quilt - holiday project next year?

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  12. I started to EPP when i began to work more which cut into my machine time; love love love it. Being able to be away from my machine and still produce is FUN!

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  13. I've been doing EPP in some shape or form for about 45 years now, usually one project every couple of years.

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  14. Having made the obligatory hexagons in the 70's I too thought them rather outdated but not any more!
    I'd love try EPP with something other than hexagons!

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  15. This looks like a fab book and is already in my Amazon wish list! (Just waiting for Christmas!) Have dabbled with a bit of EPP but not much so this would be a fab start!!

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  16. I love this book. I ended up with two copies of it because I forgot I had pre-ordered it and then ordered it again. I sent one back.

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  17. I love the book. I don't particularly like hand work but hexagons are so easy to do.

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  18. I inherited an in-progress Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt from my mother. She was hand piecing it, but didn't use paper piecing. I would love to finish this off using paper piecing. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

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  19. My mum taught me EPP and I have done a few smallish projects :) this book looks lovely!

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  20. I am an EPP in-training. I have about 200 hexies made, lots more planned, but no idea what I'm going to do with them when I'm finished. I'd love to win this book. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  21. I've tried epp and would like to do more.

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  22. It's all still new to me, but I love the look and am just waiting for the chance to learn!

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  23. I would love to learn! Thanks for the chance!

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  24. I'm finishing up a hexagon project and would love to be inspired to do more. Having the hand work to take everywhere was really refreshing for me, since I'm usually holed up in my studio with a DVD or the radio.

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  25. I made my first hexagons a few weeks ago for the pouch in the Zakka Style book and have continued making them....just because! Not sure what they will turn into. Maybe the book would inspire me! Thanks!

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  26. I adore this book, and got it as soon as it came out. If you pick me, please pick again and share the love x

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  27. I've never tried EPP, so I'd love a chance to learn. =) Thanks

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  28. I have never tried EPP but I'm up for the challenge!
    Barb@Witsend

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  29. I've done a little EPP and would love to do more. this book looks wonderful!

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  30. I do a little EPP. The projects in this book look amazing. Hope I win! Mary

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  31. Eu amo isso,espero poder ganhar este querido .O vício em Papel Inglês me deixa louca com as pessoa me chamando de louca.EU QUERO!!!!Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  32. I LOVE EPP. It's my favorite thing to do once it gets chilly outside- nothing is better than curling up under one of my other quilts while I work on my hexies. I've been making 3/4" hexies, sewing them into diamonds, and sewing the diamonds together for 2 winters now, but that's about the most creative thing I've done with them, so a book on EPP would be so fun!

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  33. I've got a EPP project that's been on the go for over 12 months - I think I'm almost haf way through the piecing, so it going to be a long term project!
    I'd love the chance to win this book - it looks like there might be some faster projects in it!!

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  34. I am obsessed with making hexagons, but I am not at all creative in designing a stunning final product. I think this book is just the thing I need :-) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  35. I am completely new to EPP - I just made my first stitches in the last month. The big box fabric & craft store had quilting notions at 50% off and I picked up some iron safe plastic hexagon templates. I cut a bunch of hexies and packed a little box of supplies, and had a fine old time hand stitching during a 2 hour road trip. I'm not entirely sure what I'm going to make with them, but I enjoyed the process! I may get around to making that Penrose Tiling quilt from domesticat after all.

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  36. I have never done EPP, but I am ready to learn. I totally need some portable projects for when I travel for work. This book sounds like the perfect way to get started!

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  37. I have only recently become obsessed with making hexagons. Taking them poolside while the kids swim has been one of my favorite activities this summer. I will definitely be getting this book, one way or another!

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  38. My first quilt was EPP when I was about 14. My mum had the part work series Golden Hands.

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  39. I'm already a fan os EPP. I did a small GFG last year & I'm doing Katie's Hexy MF right now. I'd love to see some other designs as I think I'll be pretty done with flowers after this.

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  40. I love EPP also! This book looks like it would be fun to dig into! Jackie@Pacitt.us

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  41. I've done a bit of EPP and enjoy it ~ I've done a scrappy hexagon top (that still needs finishing and a few smaller items. This book looks really wonderful ~ thanks for the giveaway!

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  42. I love them but am in the "need to get to it" category! thanks!

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  43. I'm very much an EPP fan. I keep looking for MORE when it comes to EPP patterns. I thought that when it came to hexies it was pretty much all done. From the looks of this book, I was very wrong!! I'm thinking I need to win this book!!

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  44. Oh yes, I have been bitten by the hexie bug! I actually have two projects in process atm. This book looks great - would love some new ideas as I see myself doing hexies for a l-o-n-g time.

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  45. I am a fan of hexigons, but have yet to try them. All the quilts in the book look amazing! Love the flag quilts, too.

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  46. I've done quite a bit of EPP, but oddly, never hexagons. I've done a Trip Around the World with squares, Pies and Tarts with Wedges, and now I'm working on Teabox, with 60* diamonds and equilateral triangles. Some hexies would make a nice change!

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  47. I've been EPP for a while now. I love trying out different designs rather than just the usual Grandmother's Flower Garden.

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  48. I did EPP as a child (my mam had metal templates that I loved...wonder where they went?!) and I did some more when I started quilting but wasn't enamoured. I've recently tried again as I haven't been well enough to prep some sewing in my usual way and like it more now but find it's much harder on my hands/wrists than hand piecing - I think it's the way I'm holding the pieces when I'm tacking/stitching. I do love it for the ease of preparation (you can do it without moving from the settee!!) but I think hand piecing will always be my first love. (I feel like I'm blaspheming!!) Tacha's book looks amazing and as I'm more than a little addicted to hexagons I know I could spend many happy hours admiring all the quilts and reading the patterns!

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  49. Many moons ago, as a young girl, EPP was my introduction to patchwork and quilting. Grandmother's flower garden was about the only pattern made :) and some were and still are stunning. Happy memories are carried in the fabric of so many of the 'flowers'.

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  50. All the quilts in the book look awesome!I've done a bit of EPP and enjoy them.Thanks for the giveaway.

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  51. I joined a EPP Block of the Week. I started almost 7 months behind. And I finished my first block. I'm really liking EPP. I posted about the block in my blog.
    Thanks for the chance to win a great looking book.
    VickyK
    VickyKCreating.blogspot.ca

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  52. i'm definately a fan of EPP! Even though I'm still working on my first project, I keep dreaming up new EPP projects. The rest of my WIPs are in danger of being completely forgotten! :) This book looks fabulous, thanks for the chance to win it! :)

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  53. I LOVE hexies! I first tried them as part of a sampler quilt. Loved them so much I made a grandmothers flower garden bed size quilt( with home made cardstock templates.) Love the more modern look of this book. Who knew there could be so much variety. Would love to win this book.

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  54. I love making hexies but until seeing the reviews for this book I had no idea what I would make with them. I definitely need to have this book in my library! Thanks for the opportunity to win it!

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  55. I'm a veteran EPP sewer. I started doing it before it was the cool thing to do and every other blog post was about how to do it (And I sort of wished I was a beginner so I could get that buzz from learning too!) Hexies are my EPP of choice and I must have stitched thousands of them together over the years. I am having to tell myself not to start doing a flag quilt like the one above. I did see it in retreat pictures and believe me had I gone to the retreat I'd have stolen it!!! :-)

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  56. I made a ton of hexies this summer and need some inspiration. Thanks for the chance!

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  57. Still hesitating about makin' Hexie"s...LOVE them tho!...and really need this kick in the caboose, to TRY them! LOL

    Thanks for chance to be in the Drawing! :)

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  58. EPP daunts me but I really love the fresh look of the projects in this book and wish I would try it out. Maybe, as you say, I will find it soothing, something I can do not sitting at the sewing machine table, but while relaxing elsewhere.

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  59. I am fascinated by EPP, but I haven't tried it yet. I would love to learn!

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  60. I am a hexie fan, but have only made blocks so far. When one of my best girlfriends visited me last year, I got her hooked on making hexies by preparing a kit for her long car ride home. She's been making them ever since.

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  61. I have you to blame for my hexie obsession, just sayin'.

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  62. Haven't done EPP before, but hexies got me hooked so I'm definetly wanting to get my hands on this book!

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  63. EPPing has become my primary method of quilting, so I would love a chance to check out this book. I'm amazed at how many quilts she's managed to complete!

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  64. I haven't ever tried it! I'm worried that once I start, I'll never stop! Thanks for the chance to try.

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  65. This book looks wonderful. I've been knitting hexigons but have never tried quilting with them and it would be a great stashbuster. Thanks for offering this contest.

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  66. This book looks wonderful. I've been knitting hexigons but have never tried quilting with them and it would be a great stashbuster. Thanks for offering this contest.

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  67. I haven't tried EPP yet but I am itching to try! Hexies are calling me. Thanks for the giveaway try!

    Jen L
    Jen at toddleita dot com

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  68. I love EPP - I currently have about 3 projects on the go - all different sizes of hexagons.

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  69. I have been doing EPP since my mid teens,though I have always used traditional designs (tumbling blocks, flowers etc) this book may change that

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  70. I'm already EPP fan. I actually started using this method before I learned how to piece properly by machine. I found it more accurate in matching shapes - especially when sewing hexagon types of kaleidoscopes!

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  71. Mad about EPP at the moment, in fact, since you started me off last summer with the hexies. I am now doing a double wedding ring quilt (very very slowly) from epp. I saw this book at a friends recently: that flag is awesome

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  72. I love EPP and making hexies. I have made 615 todate ( you can see them on my latest blog post)
    I would love to use one of the modern design patterns in this book. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  73. I started making beside this summer when I needed a portable project. Checked this book out of my local library and it is FANTASTIC! Thanks for a chance to win a copy.

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  74. Am already a fan of EPP and hexagons. Always work on my hexi charm quilt between projects.

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  75. I messed around with them a bit, but haven't ever made anything with them. Thanks so much for the chance!

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  76. I take my EPP everywhere with me. I love hand stitching. jillfroelich@yahoo.com

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  77. I have only tried EPP once a few years ago and maybe I didn't give it a chance. At that time, i found it quite tedious and much preferred needle turn applique. maybe it's time I gave it another chance? Thanks for the opportunity
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  78. I have caught hexi fever, but I'm not sure what to do with all of them. This book may be the answer for me. Thanks for the giveaway and the great book review.

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  79. I am just learning. I made my first flower the other day and loved it. Need to get more papers!

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  80. I want to learn EPP as right now am making hexies my own cobbled-up way (not EPP) and cutting my own card stock.
    BTW - just read an email from Helen of Hugs and Kisses, in Australia, that she sells precut disolvable hexie papers for EPP applique. Sounds interesting.
    I am a regular reader and thanks for the giveaway.

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  81. I haven't tried EPP yet, but I really want to.

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  82. i'm doing an epp project now, the hexalong fat quarterly is doing, but using bigger hexies. would be nice to win a copy of this book ... i'm looking forward to more, but different, hexie projects! thanx for the chance at the giveaway!

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  83. OMG! I'm loving the projects you've shown! I need this even more now... Thanks for the peek! :)

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  84. I just jumped on the EPP bandwagon yesterday, making my first hexies ever! I thought it was going to be very hard, but it turned out to be very relaxing. I am making a pincushion for my first project and I'll be graduating up to a pillow by tomorrow.

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  85. I'm an EPP voyeour! I have templates, papers, and for whatever reason have not done the extra step of actually making a hexie! I almost bought this book today, not sure if I should chance winning one...would love to have it :)

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  86. Oh gosh, I love the second flag with hexies. It looks pixelated! How cool! I also love the colors on that one. Beautiful!! I've not yet tried EPP, but I do want to learn. Thanks for the chance, Lynne!

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  87. I have to admit I haven't done any EPP though I vaguely remember some hexagons in the dim mists of my childhood. I do now have serious lust for a Union flag though so think it might just become my swimming lesson portable craft ( for, er, possibly the next few years.......) instead of knitting scarves and socks. I could take it camping too ( I did toy with the idea of packing the sewing machine but fear my husband might threaten divorce). I think I might just have convinced myself.

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  88. This looks like such a neat book! I love the idea of hexies but haven't actually made any myself. I've got this book on my Amazon wish list but it can't hurt to try and win a copy, right? ;)

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  89. I am definitely already hooked on EPP :) I would have tried to steal the Union Jack one too!

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  90. I'm a fan of EPP, and definitely a fan of this book. The more I see of it, the more I love it!

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  91. I already like EPP. I have an ongoing hexagon project using 30's fabrics. I would love to check out this book and see what else I could make with the hexies. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

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  92. 2 weeks ago I started with EPP and I love it! It's very relaxing this handstitching.

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  93. I am waiting for a chance to learn, it looks so fun!

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  94. I've never tried it, but I want to soon!

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  95. I'm loving the portability of EPP right now, although I think if I tried to do it while watching kids in a pool I'd probably end up in jail... Still, I'm sure I can find other places ;o)

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  96. I am a big fan of EPP quilts. I aspire to make one of these beauties for myself one day. I have made some hexagon flowers using a different technique but mine do not look as lovely as the hexies in any in these quilts. I have a lot to learn ... :) Pat

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  97. I love EPP great for quilting on the go! but would love to try some pf the exsmples on this book. Thank you. Angela.

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  98. I have not tried EPP yet but I am wanting to try. I have this book on my christmas wish list!

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  99. these are fabulous, i'd love to get a chance to make some!

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  100. I adore the look of hexies but had yet to jump in as I have an aversion to hand-sewing. lol I just did a post about finding two new (to me anyway) ways to sew with hexies. One by machine and another hand-sewing without the papers/EPP...for anyone interested. So, now I would LOVE a book with projects!

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  101. I actually really like the look of hexies, but I have yet to try them. I'm really looking forward to doing one though, I just need to find a good beginning pattern. I'm also a beginner on EPP as well so this sounds like a fantastic book. I especially like the last photo you posted. I think my daughter would love that!

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  102. I haven't tried yet, but I want to!

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  103. I have all my supplies but haven't tried it yet.

    Ginger c at gmail dot com

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  104. I am definitely wanting to give EPP a try, please pick me!

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  105. I love EPP - I have been working on my first project and I am still learning!

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  106. I'm one of those waiting for a chance to learn.

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  107. I haven't tried EPP yet but would love to learn, it looks like lots of fun! Thanks for the chance to win a copy of Tacha's book.

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  108. I love EPP; it is a great hand piecing project. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  109. I love to look at EPP and have considered it for my next project...I am an EPP stalker...and would like to become an addict.

    Oops...did I say that?

    I think I might stalk everyone since I already follow them to win myself a copy...or I will just go buy it *sigh* Because I want it after seeing that flag!!!!

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  110. I love EPP and have tried a few projects using EPP mainly bags. Currently having another EPP project but taking time to complete due to the size. I intend to make a quilt using 1.5" hexagon. Thanks for the chance with the giveaway!

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  111. I think if I had this book I might actually get round to having a go at EPP aNd hexies! This does indeed look most Unfuddy duddy!

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  112. I love and collect hexagons in any form, not just fabric. I've done a little EPP, but mostly do piecing and fusible appliqued hexagons. I must have this book to add to my collection. Thanks, Lynne!

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  113. LOVE to EEP but could always use a new project! These look great!

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  114. Love! Love ! Love this book!!!
    As soon as I clear up my WIP's I have a special batik bundle earmarked for the cover quilt!!!!

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  115. Never don EEP but would love to give it a whirl! eatkin85@yahoo.com

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  116. I'm waiting for a chance to learn! thanks!

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  117. I'm a long-term EPP fan - been doing it for years. I have one quilt done, one bunch of blocks that need to be turned into a top, and I'm working on my third quilt right now.

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  118. Gah!!! I'm just waiting for a chance to get started and trying out an EPP project. Everything I see looks so gorgeous!

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  119. i love to EPP though i am very slow at it. i like to say i'm methodical.

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  120. I am a fan of EPP, I spent a whole summer stitching up hexies and then never did anything with them, but I did enjoy the process, maybe I should finish the UFO soon seeing as it was for a Christmas table runner, two years ago.

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  121. Ohhh...My MIL and I would have a blast with this book!!! Yes, I am a novice and have never made a hexagon. The thought scares me, but I think with this book it would be fun! Thank you for sharing!

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  122. I've never tried EPP but it looks so much fun!

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  123. I'm waiting for a chance to learn! The book looks good~

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  124. I did some hexies when I was 13....and they are still unfinished in the box. I think I should get them back out and do something with them.

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  125. I've never worked with Hexagons before. I'm interested in try them though and this book looks like a perfect way to start!

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  126. I'm excited for the chance. I've been wanting to learn for a while.

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  127. love EPP and love hexis! Very addicting! would love to win. vboschman@shaw.ca

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  128. I havenot tried EPP yet but now that I see all the great quilts, I might have to try some.

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  129. I have only put together one hexie paper pieced flower a few months ago on a sampler wall hanging I was working on. Fell in love with it and have bought some paper hexies ready to try again soon I hope!

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  130. That Hexie Union Jack yiou shared looks top notch!

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  131. ohhh I nearly missed this one because I was away on Monday, I'm a returning to EPPer but need the book to know what to do with my 150 already basted hexis :)

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  132. Everytime I see hexagons, I think, "no way." But, after checking this book out at our library (I know, my library rocks!), I went crazy over the Union Jack quilt. I am seriously considering figuring out hexagons and english paper piecing.
    thanks!

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  133. I haven't tried hexagons yet, but this book looks like just the inspiration I might need! :)

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  134. Love EPP so I have the book. What fun..........

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  135. I have never done EPP before, but all the lovely reviews have me convinced that I need to try this! I'm in the US, but I would love the digital copy if I do win, please?

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