Checking in and an English Paper Piecing project

This is going to be short and sweet. I just wanted to check in and say hello. I’ve been busy prepping and teaching EPP (English Paper Piecing) to 5th graders as well as a lesson on tessellations. I taught a Zoom class on Tuesday and another one is scheduled for this afternoon. The whole thing deserves its own blog post and that will happen soon. It’s been really fun so far, but it’s kept me from my usual quilting and blogging activities (along with the fact that I caught a nasty cold over Memorial Day weekend).

We’re also getting on a plane tomorrow morning and flying to Seattle to visit our daughter, Nicole, who lives up there. We’ll be gone until Monday afternoon. I don’t think I’m going to get my June Sew Thankful Sunday posted this weekend either. Time has just gotten away from me, but I will get caught up next week!

I hope you’re all having a great week so far and enjoying some nice weather. Happy quilting!

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About Julie Cefalu

Hello! I'm Julie and I love to quilt, craft, read, garden, hike and spend time with my family.

13 thoughts on “Checking in and an English Paper Piecing project

  1. Julie, I live EPP and recently made two doll quilts for my great granddaughters dollies on EPP. The girls love them. Amazing to see the children’s appreciation of your teaching. Enjoy your family time and we look forward to Thankful Sunday when time is tight. Thanks for all you do!

  2. Hi Julie, you’re brave to teach 5th graders, a true gift. It’s the perfect age and time to bring such a positive influence, they won’t forget it! I really just wanted to wish you a wonderful weekend. Aloha, Lesley

  3. Ohhh Julie… I love the thought of teaching any kind of sewing to children. My daughter is 10 & sadly has no desire to learn. I’m excited to read your blog post on this teaching adventure some day. Enjoy your trip & feel better!

  4. Hi, Julie, You have been busy! Wow! I would love to take your English Paper Piecing class! I am learning that there are different methods. I wanted to say that i hope you have a great trip! And safe travels. I know you will enjoy seeing your daughter and hopefully having a break! We can wait for another blog…..Kathy

  5. Sorry the weather is turning chilly for the weekend. We just had a few hot days but you missed the sun. Enjoy your visit to our northwest

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