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Thread: La Pasión - Grit's Life Design

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    Hello Gladys,
    Once again you have posted very interesting information. I will go have a look at her blog. You say in your profile that you don't speak English so I hope the translator works well enough that you can understand us. I go to a blog of a French lady and use a translator which allows me to understand most of what she says. Your work as usual is beautiful.

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    As alway Gladys your work is simply stunning! Great job
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    gladys, what a great job you are doing on this one. but, then, you always do
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    Beautiful.. precise piecing. Love your colors!

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    Absolutely gorgeous!!! Your work is always perfect.
    Another Phyllis
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    I have done hexes...gfg...but, not that small...I don't have that kind of patience...but applaud those of you who do.

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    Very pretty! The colors are so cheerful. Must take a long time to fit the hexagons together evenly. Way beyond what I could do I'm sure.

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    Beautiful job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    very pretty!!

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    hexagons

    I have a quilt similar to this that was made by my late mother in the l960's. It is called Granmother's Flower Garden, and is set together with green hexes. Totally hand pieced and hand quilted!
    Yours is beautiful!!

    Kathy from Texas, USA

    Quote Originally Posted by GV09 View Post
    Hello!
    How are everyone? I hope that very well!
    Today I share photos of a new work. I make it with the technique of EPP.
    The original design is by a Quilter German called Grit. She lives in Lower Saxony. And since I discovered your blog, I just admire it every day!
    Her blog: Grit's Life (http://gritslife1.blogspot.com)
    There very generously and free she sharing your design with whoever wants to sew hexagons beside she.
    The design is called: "The passion", is beautiful and amazing!
    I invite all to visit and admire her beautiful work!
    I share some pictures of my progress, I hope you are to your liking and thank you very much for looking!
    A big hug!
    Kathy Phillips

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