~English Paper Piecing technique and Applique Paper~
EPP has been an acronym I’ve heard thrown around for awhile. I eventually asked what it stood for from a sewing friend. She explained in a few words what it meant and honestly it seemed like a lot of work. That is, until I discovered Helen Stubbings technique for creating EPP. Today we are going to be chatting about Applique paper & EPP Iron-ons.
Helen Stubbings is the owner and powerhouse behind Hugs n Kisses. She is a pattern design, published author several times over, Craftsy instructor, an inventor and she runs a shop in Australia.
She invented the Applique paper in 2012 and the EPP Iron-ons in 2014 after being challenged with the idea by a customer she was teaching.
The paper is very unique in that it can be left in after stitches. Though 50% of it can be washed out, it is not necessary. Over time, the materials will loosen up and become even more soft.
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What the video
Where can I get the Applique paper & EPP Iron-ons
- Helen’s website
Watch Helen’s YouTube channel for more details:
Watch Helen’s Craftsy class for all the tricks and tips!
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