While I have been busy doing more prepping for my Oh Wonderful, Summer's Here, the time has come to think about a new EPP project to work on. I just can't believe how addicting EPP is!
Enter, a new apple core quilt. Oh all right, I have done more than just think about it! :o) Now, that I have sorted out the easier way of doing it, it is full steam ahead.
link to this tutorial. Thank you, Cathy!
Since I'm not a fan of using glue of any kind, my apple cores are being basted. About 10 yrs. ago, I did use glue for applique, but stopped using it and am not truly convinced that is the way to go.
This is my plan for doing the apple cores in sections. A total of 44 neutrals and 44 prints are needed per section.
This is the start of the prints being sorted out. This is where it gets interesting because not all the prints will be in each section. The overall look will be interesting once it is all together.
Finished size of my quilt will be 60" x 92".
Once all the apple core pieces are cut out and sorted, this project will be packed away because I really do want to get my Oh Wonderful, Summer's Here to a completed top stage.
Then yesterday, did I not find an interesting apple core quilt on Pinterest? Oh my, this will be one that will be on my 'to do' list, for sure!
Have a great day!