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Thread: sewing triangles to hexagons

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    Moderator QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    sewing triangles to hexagons

    This link was posted in another thread. I thought it is an excellent tut on adding triangles to hexagons so am posting it here http://quilt-knit-run-sew.blogspot.c...-tips-and.html
    Nancy in western NY

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    Wish I had this when I put together my OBW...for the life of me, I could not figure it out...now I know..thanks
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    Aha, I wondered how that was done. Thanks for solving that mystery for me.

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    Hi there. I'm so glad you came across my tips and hints. I totally forgot that I did this. In December, I'll be making another I spy quilt as a special project for a new school in our area. I'm so glad I made these notes for myself, because I knew I'd forget!!

    PS: Anyone want to do a "Hexagon I Spy Quilt" sew along with me - in December. Seems to be lots of interest, so maybe I'll think it through and do a Sew-Along in the right area on this board. I'll do some research first then get back to you.
    Gail M.
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    Thanks for this site, it looks like a much easier instruction to follow than any so far that I have read. I might even try
    again to make a quilt using the hexagons.
    Freedom is costly and quilting keeps us busy...

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    great been wonting to do 11 thanks so much

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    This is the I Spy quilt I make! Currently working on one now. Have made several one was a Christmas quilt to our house and a baseball quilt -with fabric from all the clubs (except the Nationals). It's quick and it is fairly easy. I use templates to cut the hexagons and triangles. I fussy cut all the hexagons. My favorite is the 5inch template. But have done smaller.

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