Monday, January 25, 2010

And the craziness continues

So, it's not going to be a quick project.
I thought because the hexies are little (1/2" to be exact) and I'm planning a mini quilt, this would be a walk in the park.
Hah!
Hexies
I described my way of preparing Granny's Flower Garden hexies over here.
Wish me luck.

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12 comments:

Annie of Blue Gables said...

that's brilliant! thanks for sharing your aha moment
~a

Anna said...

Wow - awesome! I've been saving my scraps for quite some time and maybe now I have a reason - a hex quilt with small hexes. You are an inspiration and that link back to your way of doing them... thank you, it's brilliance!

Angela said...

Love the colors you are using (I know, its the backs, but I can imagine)! Hexies are so much fun! Addicting, really!

Anonymous said...

OMG! I did not know you could use the printer with freezer paper! I make mine with freezer paper too but hand drew (with a template) all of them....hundreds, for a friend who was just learning to quilt!

Angelcat said...

wow, they really are tiny. Looking forward to seeing how your mini quilt turns out.

Thimbleanna said...

Well, they're sure going to be cute! Oh, and Good Luck!!!

Blue Is Bleu said...

It's always the things you think will go quickly that take the longest!

Jackie said...

My hexies are sitting right next to me. I really should be working on them and get off the computer. But mine are not 1/2" either.

Lurline said...

Oh, Anina - lots of work there, but it will be very beautiful!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Connie W said...

I have just one question. Where do you find all your energy and can you share some with me? ha ha
Love your enthusiasm!

Shari said...

There's as much work in a small quilt as in a large one... still can't skip any steps...

Cheryl Arkison said...

1/2 "?????? Oh lady, you are a determined woman.