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Thread: Pieced Hexagons

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    Pieced Hexagons

    I was intrigued by some pictures of pieced hexagons I found online, so I decided I wanted to do a quilt with them. It's still a long way to go, but I've done 7 blocks so far (approximately 12 inches). As usual for me, they are all scrappy.
    My mom will be 70 next summer, so I am thinking of making them into a quilt for her.

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    those are very pretty
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    Those are very interesting "outside the box" or "not your Granmother's" hexagons patterns.
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    Very nice. I was expecting to see the usual hexis but nope.... yours is different. I like it.
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    Beautiful blocks. Can't wait to see the finished project. BrendaK
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    wowie zowie! Those are just stunning! I noticed your fussy cutting. Looks great.
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    You've made some beautiful blocks and I hope to see the finished quilt! Your mother will love it, I'm sure!

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    Wow...not what I expected. I love your blocks and can hardly wait to see the finished product. Your mother is going to love it. Nice job!!!
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    WOW - nice blocks! Thanks for sharing....your mom will love it.
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