Back to the Hexies

My circle is growing.  The diameter is around 20".  Have a half of a seam on the one at the to sew, and then I can add the four I've done to my circle.  I don't add them to the former rounds til the whole 'donut' is done.  That's my slow Sunday stitching for today and Help for Hexie-aholics

And here's DG#4 (he's 6) with the potholder he made (mostly) for his Mom.  I'm so proud of him. I only did the cutting and ironing plus the changing of the feet on the machine.  He did the rest.

I'm linking to Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching, Oh, Scrap, Sara Did it, and others as Alan's project was just from scraps.  Linky Parties under tab More above.

What are you up to?  Let me know and I'll come by.

Comments

  1. Hooray!! for teaching the munchkin to sew. LOVE it!!!

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  2. What a clever boy you have. Great job!

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  3. So cute! Love your EPP project as your grandson's project! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Such a beautiful and clever boy. And your hexies are great.

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  5. Very talented little guy! Your curved hexagons are looking amazing. I'm resisting getting into those. I have enough unfinished hexagon projects ... but yours is so pretty!

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  6. He's a cutie!! Fun to have someone want to sew, too!

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  7. Great curved hexies - can't wait to see this round added to the last round!

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