Tag Archives: Hexagons

Hexagon Quilting over the Years

I made my first ever hexagons in 1984. My grandmother, Elsie, and I took a quilting course at Bowen Park. We learned how to do English paper piecing for one of the blocks in the sampler we were making. Here’s … Continue reading

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Early February Musings

Time: it seems to just fly by these days. Days go by before I get to my sewing machine and the last few times it’s been for mending…shorten some pants, stitch up that hole and replace those broken stitches. Good … Continue reading

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Still Got Hexies?

Over the last few months I’ve worked on finishing up all my hand piecing projects. These projects were made from yoyos and now it’s on to the hexagons. I can’t believe how much time has actually passed since the last time I … Continue reading

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Chesapeake Landing Sewing Day: April 2012

We had another awesome sewing day at the Landing. As usual quilters brought their own projects but there was a request for some discussion on what to do with hexagons and handquilting. Doris’ hexagon flower Doris had started making hexagon … Continue reading

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Hexagons

Have you ever made any? They are very addicting!   Right in the middle of working on 4 different quilts and projects last week I decided to make a Millie Flower. Well, truth be told, it started out as an idea … Continue reading

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