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Hi! I'm Alison, the serious English Paper Piecing enthusiast behind Hexadoodle Quilts. I provide a collection of “done-for-you” digital resources for your EPP adventures - all available to download instantly.  If you would like to be able to cut your own EPP paper templates confidently and accurately in any shape or size, whilst spending less time working out complicated geometry and math, you've come to the right place, whether you prefer to print and cut out your templates by hand or use a digital cutting machine...


I take the math work out of the patchwork for you!

Most Popular Downloads

COMPLETE HEXAGON COLLECTION - EPP Print and Cut at Home templates - ALL 15 SIZES for printing and cutting out at home.

£10.00

GEM100 - GEMSTONE - EPP Print and Cut at Home templates - 1 inch sides for printing and cutting out at home. 16 GEMSTONES per page.

£1.50

GEM150 - GEMSTONE - EPP Print and Cut at Home templates - 1-½ inch sides for printing and cutting out at home. 6 GEMSTONES per page.

£1.50

Hexagon & 60° Shapes Collection - 1" SIDES + Quilt Sampler Bonus

£10.00

Hexagon & 60° Shapes Collection - 1-½" SIDES + Quilt Sampler Bonus

£10.00

Hexagon & 60° Shapes Collection - 2" SIDES + Quilt Sampler Bonus

£10.00

EPP Quilt Gallery

Looking for your next EPP project?


Take a look at some of my original designs and finished EPP quilts for more inspiration.

Free Projects

Need a quick EPP fix?


Do you want a break from your long term EPP project? Take a look at my free EPP mini makes...

EPP Printables

Making your own paper templates for your EPP quilts and projects is a straightforward and smooth process when using PDF files purchased from hexadoodle.com


SVG Machine Cutting Files

These machine cutting files in SVG & DXF format are for use with a personal digital cutting machine such as the Silhouette Cameo, Cricut Maker, and Brother Scan n Cut.


Featured Quilt

When I released the original Vortex block pattern in 2019, it was named for the way that it represented a swirling mass of air or water. I loved how versatile the design was and that it could be tessellated and joined to multiple vortex blocks in so many ways. 


The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and global unrest, alongside my unexpected and premature journey through menopause has meant that this block design has taken on a new literary meaning for me and has come to symbolise the tumult of overpowering emotions racing through my mind. 


Despite feeling surrounded by a ring of towering thunderstorms, I have found much comfort in being able to sit quietly and stitch my worries away even if only for a few moments.


I've included my project notes for this quilt in with the Vortex EPP Block pattern so you can stitch your own version if you wish.

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