Wednesday, May 19, 2010

One Trick Pony

I apologize if I'm boring you to death but this is basically all I've been working on.
On the advice of my 17-year old I'm now adding hexies in the round instead of doing individual flowers.
It's starting to look a whole lot like a pillow cover...
Mini GFG

A coin photo to show scale
Mini GFG

I HAVE made one other thing.
For my quilt group's quilting bee. Real, not virtual.

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20 comments:

  1. i didn't realize your hexagons were so small!!! You're even more amazing than I thought :) :) :)

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  2. I am glad you showed the scale with a coin because I had no idea you were working with such small hexagons! Amazing! Love all those strips of green in your quilting bee project.

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  3. I have been following your progress on this hexie project and just loving it. So much so that I had to start one too. Like I NEED more projects.....

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  4. The hexies are so perfect! And they're itty bitty! How are your eyes still attached? hehe

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  5. Anina, it's stunning! I just love it...but don't you want to make it into a king size quilt? :o)

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  6. I hadn't realized those hexie's were so small. I think they are size of some I have been thinking of doing. I was contemplating making some flowers about that size and then attach them for a three dimensional look on a wall hanging.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  7. Wow, those are adorable itty bitty hexagons. A pillow sounds great to me!

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  8. Woman, you are insane with the tininess of all those hexes. But you're MY kind of insane.

    Incredible work.

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  9. loving how your hexagon project is shaping up! I didn't realize how tiny each one is until you placed the dime in the photo - wow. I adore that green string block. Cool effect with the mix of greens.

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  10. Not boring me at all Anina - your hexies are amazing and beautiful to look at! Keep 'em coming!

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  11. The quilt is beautiful and just screams "Summer" and "Nap"... 2 of my favorite words! But I do love the green fabric combo... great fabric choices!!

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  12. But the pink hippo playing 'hide 'n seek' in the bee quilt is too cute, too!

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  13. WOW!! Your hexagons are so small and perfect and this quilt is lovely and fun. A beauty.

    Carolyn

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  14. WHOA! What a beauty your hex quilt is and what a tiny size! I love the colors. Great job!

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  15. Love your hexies, I still have some waiting in a drawer in the same size. Are you working on a string quilt? Lovely green colors.

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  16. Wow, they really are teeny-tiny! I'm loving seeing this come together - please don't stop!

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  17. I love, love, love your 'happy' hexagon quilt!
    Your blog is wonderful too!
    Glad I found you.

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