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Thread: Tip toe through the hexagons Cutie style! Cutting

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    a regular here cutebuns's Avatar
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    So here we are Monday morning. Way to early for me to see straight yet. Good thing I do t need to. I was going to wait til a bit later but as they say there is no time like the present. So I will make sure that there is a link to here. And then we will figure out the best way for each of you to cut your projects to suit you and what you are making. There is a few differnt things. Some want to make a wall banging to full size quilts. We want to make sure this is as easy and as pain free for everyone as I can. There is a number of ways to go about it and hope to hit on as many as we can. Pictures are greatly appreciated. I would love to see everyones work and some rimes they will make it easier if I am needed for suggestions.

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    I plan to make a hexigon I spy quilt this summer or fall. I'm in a flannel I spy swap on this board and I'll get my 5" squares later in the spring. I'm looking forward to your tutorial. Thanks.

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    So first need to find out many repeats we have to decide the best way to cut them. The ones that are utilizing the ones in the width as well the length will be cutting a bit differently that those using strictly the length wise ones.

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    So, this method wouldn't work well for charms then, right?

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    Right. We are doing a pieced hexagon.

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    So are people cutting their fabric now? I am wanting to follow along and thought maybe I missed a "thread" change?

    Sheila

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    We will be cutting today. At least I will.

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    Very Cool! Watching and waiting for the steps to follow along later. Thank you so much for doing this!

    Sheila

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    Not a problem. I enjoy helping others.

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    I will be checking back, too, lots I want to get done but I want to go step by step with you so I don't get lost. :roll:

    You do such a good job of teaching. Thank you

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