Out of town guests arrive today - two of my favorite cousins from Houston, TX. And then there is the World Cup - so not much blogging for the next 10 days. But I love eye candy so here's one I found on Google images and want to share with you:
here Have you found a hexagon quilt you're considering replicating? Please share it or your work in progress with us. Linky below. Blessings!
Hexie Weekend 6/27/14
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SAHRR Round 2
I've finished round 2 of my SAHRR (Stay at Home Round Robin). This one is my attempt to make this quilt a rectangle. Getting there ...
I was unable to join the SAHRR this year. This is a stay at home round robin hosted by Quilting Gail (See this years parade here ). The n...
Somewhere in all the happenings, I ran out of time on Thursday for posting. So WIPs Be Gone for this week is on Saturday. And as far as WIPs...
that quilt is amazingly beautiful, and it was a raffle quilt - wow a lot of work went into it. I will blog about my hexie quilt tomorrow and show progress and link up then. I am beginning to ponder what kind of border to put on my quiltReplyDelete
I hope it brought a lot of money for the raffle. It's gorgeous. Have fun this weekend!ReplyDelete
Amazing quilt! Never seen one with hexies in the sashing like that. That gets my little hamster going in my head. Oh inspiration! What a pusher over! Thanks so much for sharing. Really enjoyed it. Will link later.ReplyDelete
Hoping to see some more participants linking up when I get up tomorrow. I love looking at the projects!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful raffle quilt. I love seeing hexagons used in different ways! Very inspiring indeed!ReplyDelete
Thankyou for sharing this quilt- naughty girl LOLReplyDelete
I have several hexy projects on the go as it is :-D
I have linked up to my sewing room post, by invitation, as it shows many hexagon projects- it might be fun playing "spot the hexy!
Wow what a great hexie quilt. So out of the ordinary.................very special and thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
That is a fabulous quilt - such a very different way of using hexagons in a design!ReplyDelete
I love that replication! Gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
My current hexie project is a replication ... Martha Washington's Flower Garden. I had several blocks pieced before I even knew the name of the design. ;-)
OOO! thanks for sharing that quilt. Love it.ReplyDelete