Wednesday, August 21, 2013

The Joys of Hex, Day 2

I have pictures of my Windham Scrap Bags! See below. But first look at my bugs.

Check out the short tutorial here: Love Those Hexies
I pulled this out of my Hexagon Quilt Vault. Check out the cute child's quilt made with easy hexagons: Love Those Hexies

Hexie blocks sewn into 3 vertical rows with dotted sashing
I received my TWO scrapbags from  Windham Fabrics yesterday for not one, but TWO winners in my giveaway. Aren't these fine?



Scrap Bag #1, Front
Scrap Bag #1, Back
Scrap Bag #2, Front
Scrap Bag #2, Back
If you haven't already seen my post of August 20 and left a comment (only one comment per visitor will be counted in the giveaway), please check out my Hexie Projects. I will now have TWO winners because Windham sent me TWO bags.

Now, please go visit these Hexie Hoppers to see what they've come up with today. I am so excited to see all the creativity; aren't you?
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Our sponsor is Connecting Threads who has sent 3 fat quarter bundles of
Sun Kissed Harvest....

How to win..

1. participate in our hops..all those who do get a chance to win

2. be creative, be original, take great photos...you can win in our top 3 per day...
at the end of the hop..all those have another chance to win.

3. leave lovely comments....you can win too...


Thank you Connecting Threads; you are always a great sponsor!

7 comments:

  1. This hexie hop is bringing out some wonderful work ! That was nice of Windham to send you 2 scrap bags full !

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  2. Wow, Windham really packed those bags! Can anyone order those from them or you sew for the fabric company? I commented on your original post to enter the giveaway but I figure I have a snowball's chance of winning, LOL.

    Your project would be perfect for an I-spy with bugs or a mix of novelties!

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  3. Yes, it has been fun to see all the hexie projects from so many creative people. Those scrap bags look like thay have some great fabric scraps in them. Thanks for the great give away. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  4. I just finished visiting all the blogs that hosted today, August 21. All the hexagon projects I saw are beautiful. I wanted to tell you that I made a bug quilt for my Grandson a couple of years ago. I used bug quilt fabrics and I hand quilted bugs on the quilt too. I posted it on flickr. Here's the link to my flickr account which shows my grandson enjoying his bug quilt.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tutu-qltr/8885894995/in/photostream

    Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Hiya Debby!!! Love those little bugs, just too cute. OH boy, two bags of scraps, what great prizes. Thanks for sharing and having the giveaway. Blessed be, hugs!!! Pam

    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  6. I love the way you present the hexies. Make me want to start with a fresh mind, and use the ruler, and the machine.
    So fare I have been doing it the old fashioned way, and it takes ages.....

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