Saturday, 2 July 2011

Hexies

Thought it was about time I showed some more of my hexies.

 
At last count, I'd made about 70. 


 
 I am finding them really good to take out ... easy to pick up and put down.




My husband spent 6 days in hospital last week so they were a nice distraction for me.





This weekend I'll be writing school reports and trying to finish a gift for a friend. Hope you find some stitching time too.

34 comments:

  1. nice hexies Christine........have fun writing those reports.........

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  2. Wonderful hexies and I agree paper piecing is such a great transportable project. At least it is good weather for report writing.

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  3. They are beautiful especially the fussy cut flowers !

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  4. Christine theses hexies are marvelous,i adore your fussy cut ones,well done.

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  5. This is going to be a Beautiful Quilt...
    Love your Fussy Cutting.
    cheers

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  6. Great hexies & fabulous fussy cutting!

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  7. Hope your husband is making a speedy recovery! Your hexies are fabulous.

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  8. I love the colours you've make your hexagons!

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  9. Hexies look luuuverly Christine - maybe you should bring them Monday night for us to drool...hope Mr Aunties Quaint Quilts is doing OK. xoxox

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  10. Pretty fabrics....I really like hexagons.

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  11. I love the colors, so bright.

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  12. Hope hubby is feeling better soon Christine , Love your hexies so bright and cheery .

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  13. These are gorgeous! Hope your hubby makes a quick recovery!

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  14. Oh...your "flowers"are so beautiful Christine...lovely fabrics and colors!!awesome cuts!
    greetings Francien.

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  15. Totally gorgeous hexies. Love the fabrics and fussy cutting. Can't wait to see your next batch. Hope your DH is making a good recovery.

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  16. Hope your DH is OK Christine....just love those hexies your choice of fabrics are just gorgeous...

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  17. Love all your hexies the fussy cut one look great. I agree with you Christine they are very easy to pack up and take with you. I have been going and seing my dad in hospital and taking my hexies with me.

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  18. It's a real pleasure to look at your hexies !!! I love them !
    Florence

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  19. All your hexies are so pretty, but most especially the fourth picture down... great fussy cutting.

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  20. I hope that your husband is better now. I really love your hexies, beautiful fabric

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  21. Wonderful hexagons! I love the secondary patterns you have created by fussing cutting your fabric. This is a happy quilt.

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  22. Great Hexies - don't you love the way they come together!

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  23. I love your hexies, stunning colours and your fussy cutting is so perfect!

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  24. Sooooo beautifull!!Those colours!! Just very nice:) Years ago I made an hexagon-quilt, it took ages and I was not so quite happy about ist, in fact, I thought the pattern looked too old fashioned, most of these quilts,than,were dark and the flowers seemed so geometric to me...with these new, bright colous that catch your eye and soul, I might even start another one :) Your will be just great!!:)

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  25. What beautiful color combinations! Love them!

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  26. I'm so glad I dropped by...I love seeing all those beautiful colors and what you are doing with them. Just gorgeous!

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  27. Wow, you're going like a rocket and they all look fabulous. I love the center red one especially. I hope your DH has recovered.

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  28. They are soooo pretty, I love hexies for a portable project. That strawberry fabric is so fun, I'd love some of that.

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  29. Love your argyle hexie!!! So very colorful...I am doing framed hexies and am always looking at other people's work...thanks for sharing with us!!
    CQMadhatter

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  30. Years ago, when I was a stay at home mom, I made a Grandmother's Flower Basket quilt. Now that I'm retired, I'm making another. I love hexies!

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate your thoughts.

Christine