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EPPic Case

I’ve had the pleasure of testing Sally from Chasing Tigers newest pattern the EPPic Case! Like the name suggests this case is Epic! A perfect case especially designed with, as the name might suggest EPP (English Paper Piecing) in mind, it literally has all the space you need to hold all your supplies.

EPPic Case

I decided to dive into my scraps and Heather Ross fabrics, and make a pretty pink, cute version, are you even surprised?

EPPic Case

The sturdy exterior unzips to reveal a whole host of handy storage pockets and spaces.

EPPic Case

I love how you can easily organise a project into separate pockets.

EPPic Case

With an interior flap that can fold back for even more handy organising!

EPPic Case
EPPic Case
EPPic Case

It also features a handle, so you can take it with you wherever you go. Of course I had to add some stripes in there too!

EPPic Case

For the back I used a Japanese fabric that I have been hoarding in my stash for a while. I thought the theme of these cats were perfect for this project!

If you need something to help you with organising supplies, it doesn’t have to strictly be for EPP, and you like a fun challenge, then this pattern is for you! You’ll finish feeling rather epic with your EPPic case!

Sally’s pattern is available in her shop now. Check out the tag #eppicasepattern for more inspiration.

EPPic Case

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