Any day with fabric, thread, and a sewing machine is a GREAT day!
All quilts. Only quilts. All the time.
LOL..."the Mother Ship." See you on Tuesday!
This looks exciting.
Yay! Can't wait!
Yes my post is ready and I`m quite nervous...Bente
No I am no where near ready - thank goodness I am on the last day, so the Mothership can't beam me up until then! I hope it rains this week!LOVE YOUR HEXIES UP THERE!xo jan
Oh the hexi's are comeingthe hexi's are comeingYes they are comeing......finally.......YIPPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You really want me to answer that question?yes, I have the hexie bug ;-)
Waiting to see what they are!
And they are here on your blog! I love your "worm" piece. I have been EPP hexagons since about 1988. I'm still working on that piece, in fact, with the 3/4" side size, but I'm also working on a 2" size redwork embroidery one this year, and there are other odd bits around. I love the needlebook. Great idea!dezertsuz at gmail
I have not caught the bug, but I have always wanted to do a hex quilt
Debby if you go to my blog, you will see a mini hexie quilt i made using the paper piecing technique. Thanks for the chance.
I have a basket full of hexies to be sewn and a box already made. I made a quilt with half of the squares and used the hexies as flowers.Hexies are so relaxing for me and you use your scraps.
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