Slow Sunday Stitching

Another flower made.  I am really liking Karen's method of putting the center hexagons into an open donut or "noodle" as she calls them in assembling this flower.  Went together much faster.  And I figured out how to use a continuous thread on all six of the outer hexagons without stopping and starting for each one. I'll put together a short tutorial on that shortly.
Off to start another one so I can use it in the tutorial.  I'm linking to Kathy's Slow Stitching Sunday. Slow down, pick up a needle and relax with her.

Comments

  1. Your flower is quite pretty. I have not tried making these but I'm becoming intrigued by them. :)

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  2. Like your flower and waiting for your tutorial. My Hexies are set aside because of other projects and they are time consuming.

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  3. So glad this method is working for you. I gave some thought to you technique for continuous sewing and gave it a go. It worked like a charm! Looking forward to your tutorial to see if we are doing it the same way.

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  4. I can't wait to see the tutorial--I've been trying to figure this out for ages!!

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  5. I wonder if your "noodle" is what I do? I'll be interested to see your tutorial

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  6. Pretty fabric! Another one down.

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