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SallyC
Posted 2010-05-17 10:26 AM (#44662 - in reply to #26166)
Subject: Re: Hexagon Quilt-a-Long



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made me laugh! thanks Gerda (can you just imagine what the Arizona sun would do to those purdy flowers?)
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Gerda
Posted 2010-05-17 10:39 AM (#44665 - in reply to #26166)
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Yep, they'd be faded in next to no time, unless you had a shady area that got no direct sun. Oh, well - hey, you could always make up a pot for inside! LOL

Gerda
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ckcowl
Posted 2010-05-17 4:22 PM (#44672 - in reply to #26166)
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so i somehow missed this totally, but i've been creating with my hex's one of my favorite past times. so,i'll try to show you what i did last...
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ckcowl
Posted 2010-05-17 4:25 PM (#44673 - in reply to #26166)
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so, my download failed...guess i'll email the pic to someone who knows how this works better than me...
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misisipimenace
Posted 2010-05-17 8:01 PM (#44692 - in reply to #44673)
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here ya go, colleen!  puters can be such crazy creatures!!

also, colleen sent a doll-quilt pic using tumbling blocks





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debbieann
Posted 2010-05-18 12:17 AM (#44706 - in reply to #26166)
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Colleen love the flowers with the hexs. The tumblers are adorable too.

Hugs and stitches

Debbieann
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SallyC
Posted 2010-05-18 10:45 AM (#44721 - in reply to #44706)
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Colleen, those are both wonderful!! WTG
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Dorian
Posted 2010-05-19 8:41 AM (#44757 - in reply to #26166)
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Lovely flowers Colleen! Love your little guy too, he's neat.
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logcabin1961
Posted 2010-05-23 12:51 PM (#44969 - in reply to #44757)
Subject: RE: Hexagon Quilt-a-Long



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I have been stitching a few hexes whilst at stitch and *** during the week evenings - here are some pics of what I've been upto.

 





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misisipimenace
Posted 2010-05-23 2:54 PM (#44981 - in reply to #44969)
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oh milica!  your hex flowers are sooooo pretty!!  you just keep on stitchin' & *****in' and keep on working on those hexes!   
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Jess
Posted 2010-05-23 4:05 PM (#44998 - in reply to #44981)
Subject: RE: Hexagon Quilt-a-Long



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Um, a FEW hex's? I don't say this much, but here it has to be said:

You GO GIRL!!

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scraphappydenise
Posted 2010-12-27 11:12 PM (#54583 - in reply to #26166)
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Here are my hexes... stitched around an embroidery piece I've done. I did most of the embroidery while sitting with my mom at night 2 years ago.....

trying to decide just how to finish them off... they don't play symetricaly.... so I"m trying to decide if i want to add more or not.....

I'd love to get this one off the "to do" list and on to the "Ta Da!!!" list.

I love looking back at everyone's progress...
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Dorian
Posted 2011-02-17 8:18 AM (#56698 - in reply to #26166)
Subject: RE: Hexagon Quilt-a-Long



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Pam, from pamkittymorning , is talking about a cool new way to do some hexagons!

She got the pattern/idea from here .

Pretty neat, huh?!





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debbieann
Posted 2011-02-17 10:18 AM (#56701 - in reply to #26166)
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That is so cool Dorian, thanks for showing it.

Hugs and stitches

DEbbieann
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Gerda
Posted 2011-02-17 12:59 PM (#56710 - in reply to #26166)
Subject: Re: Hexagon Quilt-a-Long



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Hey, Dorian, that's how I did my last set of Christmas ornies for the swap last fall (which I hope to receive SOON!!!)
http://www.thequiltandneedle.com/forums/photos/show-album.asp?album...
Except I didn't have quite the instructions this gives (remember me posting this link? http://www.kiwiquilts.co.nz/Free+Patterns.html) ??
I think I will have to give this a try again sometime - larger ones, maybe, for a tote or runner???? SOMEDAY!!!!!

Gerda
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