Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Even More English Paper Piecing.... Applecores


In between my vignette hexagon piecing I have been changing it up with english paper piecing 3" applecores.
What do you think?
Am I crazy?
Does anyone want a tutorial on how to piece applecores with this technique?
It's a great prject for busting stash!
Are you up for the challenge?


26 comments:

Sue said...

This makes it definitive. I'm just going to have to get an AccuQuilt.

Mommarock said...

Ummm paper piecing?? I'm interested... do tell more..

Alicia said...

I would love to have the technique and tutorial, thanks

Coisas da Laura said...

Please!!!!I'd love it!!!

Jennifer said...

i've always been curious about how to do this.

Andrea said...

Yes please to a tutorial - I love paper piecing and will be interested in this. Should I start a new pp project ? lol xx

Katherine said...

After a quilt appraiser came to our guild and showed an applecore quilt with the comment of "it looks like someone used a bunch of women's undergarments for this one" I don't think I could ever make an applecore quilt....

Deb said...

Would this be like English paper piecing? Then yes! I never thought to do it that way. I just know, accuquilt or not...I would never do it by machine. I am too scared of all those in and out curves.

Deb from clutteredquilter.blogspot.com

Linda said...

Yes. I'd love to see that!

Vesuviusmama said...

An applecore quilt is definitely in my future, so bring on the tutorial!

Sinta Renee said...

Your apple core quilt/topper looks amazing... I will sit on the side lines a little longer for this one. How can you manage all that handwork with a busy little family???

Kathryn said...

I paper piece hexagons, but have no idea how to do apple cores. I'd love to hear how you do it. Thanks. Kathie L in Allentown

Rosa said...

Do you said paper piecing?Yes, I`m interested.
Your applecore looks very nice.

Michelle said...

ooh yes I am interested!

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Sure!

WoolenSails said...

I was starting one with my go cutter, but took forever just to sew two together, lol. Maybe paper piecing is what I need;)

Debbie

Kathleen said...

I would love the tutorial on how to piece applecores...thank you...

Gari said...

I'm up for a tutorial, too. I have the die but have not tried it so I'm up for learning how to use it.

The Vegetarian Hunter said...

I have made a hot pad with these fantastic peices, are they not the neatest things? I like to make them sometimes to break up my hexi making and other quilt projects. I love the fabrics you have going on, lots of fun!

Patty C. said...

Oh - I need a tutorial - I am waiting ......lol

Love your start - great fabrics ;)

Lurline said...

Oh, yes please!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Shayla Sharp said...

A tutorial would be lovely! Thanks.

Jamie Lee said...

I'd like to see it! Thanks:)

Christine said...

Your applecores are SO cute. A tutorial would be very welcome.

donna said...

Your applecores are great. Love the vintage fabrics.
Hugs
donna

Nicky said...

I have a template - but just haven't started cutting out yet so yes please on the tutorial! THanks