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Thread: Hexagon Quilt-

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    Hexagon Quilt-

    My daughter April came up to quilt with me last night so I desided to start this quilt. Works up pretty fast & very easy. Doing this one scrappy Civil War.
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    That is going to look so cool when you are done. Your choice of using CW repros will definitely give that quilt a vintage feel for the era! Great way to do hexis too, with no set in seams and again your fabric choices were perfect because they quite efficiently hide that center seam in the hexi.

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    Thanks so much, it will be a big quilt 90 by???
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    looks good so far
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    Very nice. Definitely has an old feel to it.

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    I didn't notice the seams across each one until feline fanatic mentioned it! Keep at this and this will turn out great!
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    I have one started too. But mine is going around and around. I hope both of ours look just great when we finish them.
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    Very nice - This is another one I would like to try!

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    This will be gorgeous when finished!
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    Ooooo I like it!
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