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Thread: Finished the top last night

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    Finished the top last night

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    I thought I posted this last night...oh well I will give it another shot.Hexagon top done.

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    Very pretty! What size are your hexes?

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    nicely done
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    very nice...isn't it great when the top comes together.
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    Great job!!!!!

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    Huge hexies, I like it!

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    nice job!!!!!
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    The Hexagons are 9 inches. no y seams, since I cut the hexagons in half. I was not bad, little harder lining them up since there were dog ears, but I got use to it, but did have some seam ripping time until I got use to it.

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    Nicely done!
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    Very nice! I think using half hexies is the smartest thing! I have this pattern on my to do short list. I bought some templates as I can't imagine all the extra work and frustration doing the "y" seams. Great job!
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