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Sunday, May 22, 2011

244!!!

Want to know what 244 hexagons looks like?


 
Almost enough to make a full row!!!



And a few cute grabs from this weekend!!!  Love gingham and dots :)

Hope your weekend has been fantastic!
mary

28 comments:

  1. Beautiful blocks, Mary. I agree about gingham and dots - and the little flower print you added, too. They all play together so nicely!

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  2. Those blocks are so pretty Mary! You have amazing skills!

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  3. Only 2000 left to go then LOL!

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  4. I really want to start a 'small' hand sewing project and have been toying with hexagons in my mind....just haven't really gotten started....yours are beautiful!!!!

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  5. Mary! All I can say is You Are a Sewing Machine..you amaze me with the amount that you can produce. ~~

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  6. since this is your "life" quilt and you are getting it done so quickly, you'll have to think of another quilt to be your once in a lifetime quilt. I'm still pondering my own :life" quilt and it does involve hexies too!

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  7. Absolutely stunning! I have loved to watch your progress. ~Kelly

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  8. I have started my hexies but I don't have a pattern, first I just thought random but now I think I need a pattern. You are doing just 4 fabrics?

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  9. Love all 244 of them - very pretty colours, so fresh and summery. I need to remind myself just how big your hexies are to get an idea of scale here! Keep up the good work!

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  10. the fabrics of your hexagons are so pretty.

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  11. SO pretty! I especially love the little green diamond pieces you are using to join the hexie flowers together! And that sweet floral is fabulous!

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  12. Its a hexagon party!!! They look wonderful. Must be such a good feeling to have a row finished!

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  13. Your hexagons look fabulous. Love the fabrics.

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  14. oh yes! And those diamonds are the bees knees!

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  15. My favorite part is the little connector diamonds. I wish we could go fabric shopping together...

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  16. Your blocks are looking gorgeous and very pretty. I'm with you on the ginghams and spots, I love stripes just as much.

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  17. Love them! The colors and the count!

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  18. You, my dear, are amazing! I have been sewing hexagons together for almost a year now and am no further along than you are in just a few weeks. I think I must be low on gasoline or something!! Your flower garden is awesome!!

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  19. Hi Mary I really do appreciate your comments, especially coming from one so talented as yourself!

    I'd love to see you make the big hex quilt like mine, I warn you though it has a strange addictive quality.

    Towards the end you sort of go off it and want it finished...then when you're nearly done, you want to make another!!

    Clare x

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  20. Hi Mary. :o)
    I have really enjoyed watching this lovely quilt evolve! You are influencing me to get my little hexagons back out. Now that my crochet blanket is done, I will need something to keep my fingers busy in the evenings. :o)
    Have a lovely week.
    Sincerely, Trish

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  21. Amazing to have so much done so quickly! And I love the patterns. They are so beautiful--fresh and in delightful pairings! I can't wait to see how it all comes together.

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  22. So incredible mary! I love them. Such flat beautiful technique too.

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  23. It is so pretty Mary. I wish your quilt shop was mine. You pick such cute fabrics!

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  24. I love love love these blocks!!! Gorgeous!

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  25. Such an amazing amountof work.
    They are charming

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