The Joys of Hex, Day 4

 Three little folded Hexagon flowers.
Yes, those are prairie point leaves
Same technique using authentic 1930s fabric yo-yos
I pulled these from my Hexagon Quilt Vault. I made these years ago using my method of folding hexagons into, well, smaller hexagons! And one more . . .

Folded hexagon flowers, gros-grain ribbon and dragonfly fabric.
Now take a visit with today's creative bloggers. Stay awhile and get your creative juices flowing. It's Friday, the weekend is here, and if you missed anybody, you have two days to catch up before we start up again on Monday. Remember, the entire list of bloggers for this Hop can be found on the Hexie Queen Hop button/tab above. Or just click on the Hexie button at the top right of this page.

Friday, August 23

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  1. fascinated with your turning hexies into smaller hexies, please can you give me some more info, love what you have done, fairly new to quilting and enjoying the joiurney

  2. yo yos are my next item to tackle... nice quilts

  3. Love your ideas. You inspire me. Thanks for sharing

  4. Love, love that 1930's fabrics yo yo flowers, and also love the folded hexie flower quilt.
    Love your projects! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Love these..Especially the one with the black background.

  6. Hiya Debby!!! Wow, I've never thought of single hexies as flowers until this hop. Thanks for the inspiration, and for being such a great cheerleader. Blessed be, hugs!!! Pam

    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

  7. I love those flowers! All three quilts are just beautiful!

  8. I love how these turned out! Folded hexies?? Got to check this out!


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