Thursday, August 29, 2013


Do you remember the EPP project I started at the beach? Well, I promise I've been working on it... I just had to set it aside for a moment out of frustration. If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen this:

Hand piecing + seam ripping = saaaadface  #paybetterattentionnexttime

Hand piecing and seam rippers together do not a happy Meg make... I need to pay better attention next time!

BUT! The sad part is over, so now I'm back on the right track.

EPP progress

Here is what else I've been working on - I'm officially a grad student (again...) So my sewing might slow down a bit. Hopefully not too much, I've actually finished the Luxe in Bloom top, so I'll show that to you tomorrow!

Tomorrow begins my 23rd year of school. #gluttonforpunishment At least I have cute post it's!

What have you been up to?


  1. I like this Megan, quite new to quilting and patchwork but think I am right in thinking you have used hexies, triangles and squares, will have to look into how you do that, working out what size to use etc and have a go

  2. Sorry to hear you have had some frustration and had to hang out with the seam ripper. But glad to hear you are back on track! Love the close up pic... You are a talented piecer! Hope you will still have some time for winding down with more progress on your beautiful EPP! PS.... Love those little stash post its!

  3. Glad you are over the evil seam ripper trauma. The quilt looks great! Good luck to you with your studies.

  4. Lovely! Congratulations on returning to school, that's exciting. :)

  5. your EPP looks so wonderful, Megan! Congrats on going back to grad school. Can't wait to see your Luxe in Bloom top!

    Thank you so much for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  6. Glad you are back on the right track--it looks beautiful!

  7. I am loving how it is taking shape. Plus, that cute as can be little creamy one tucked in there. Now, that's cuteness! Good luck on school.