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:

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

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  2. 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!

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

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  4. 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!

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

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

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

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  8. 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.

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

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

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

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  12. 1/2 "?????? Oh lady, you are a determined woman.

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