Hexie Friday Already?!
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Gosh, this week flew by! Quilty wise not much was accomplished, but a lot of things were happening. Here's my finished Soupcon hexie flower. I decided instead of embroidery to do broderie perse as the fabric I have has a lot of great motifs. And if I embroidered it, I wouldn't be done for a while. I may put a berry over the flat edges in midnight blue. Not sure yet. I'll wait until we're further along in this QAL. My other finish for the week is here.
At that show we went to on Sunday (Road to California), I saw some spectacular quilts and of course some had hexagons. Here's one:
Title is This is not my Grandmother's Garden.
How are you doing on your eye candy? We would love to see it - hexie or not, finished, in process or dreaming of. Linky below. Closes Monday, 11 PM.
I'm linking up to Crazy Mom's Finish it up Fridays and Richard's Link a Finish Friday,
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Your Soupcon QAL block is looking gorgeous! Love the broderie perse!ReplyDelete
Your blue hexie makes me thing of a blooming flower. It's lovely Angie.ReplyDelete
I like the closed in look. Great broderie perse fabric use.ReplyDelete
oh, your soupcon block is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
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Angie, I love the soupcon hexie. This will look great in a quilt!ReplyDelete
Your hexi block is stunning! I love the way you chose to applique the extra instead of doing the embroidery...it just goes so well with it..great job.ReplyDelete
good morning, thank you for stopping by my pages-I plan to make my very first hexie this month-ReplyDelete
Angie I love that block!!!! You chose well :)ReplyDelete
Quilts are so colorful. They must take a lot of time and patience. I'm not a sewer by any means so I am always in awe of those who do work like this. Thanks for visiting and following my blog.ReplyDelete
I LOVE your blue Soupcon hexie. That is just amazingly beautiful.ReplyDelete
How do I link up to hexi wknd please?ReplyDelete
Im doing the hexi blog monthly makes and also some others on the side lol
I adore that magnificent soupcon of yours - fabulous!