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Thread: Playing with Hexagons

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    Playing with Hexagons

    This is what I have hand-sewed so far. It's fun except when I get sleepy and try to sew and then it doesn't look so good. LOL

    When I put the fabric down and walk away to do something else, I come back and my dog (in the avatar) is laying on top of the fabric.
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    Last edited by arbed31; 03-27-2012 at 10:13 AM.

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    very nice!!!!
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    Thanks so much!

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    It's "growing" good!
    Please continue to show us your progress!

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    They are looking very pretty. Keep it up.

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    Looks like your on a good start. Will be beautiful when you get it finished. Your dog must be asking you if it will be for him?

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    Very pretty. Keep going now. I bought some templates for this block but have not tried it yet. Are they hard to do?

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    Good job! Of course your furbaby is lying on the blocks. After all, you were paying attention to THEM!

    If you want to make a quick GFG, you might consider using the oversized half hexagon method from F&P. I used it to make this quick lap quilt, which I will be demo-ing at my guild's retreat next month.
    Field of Diamonds lap quilt
    Last edited by QM; 03-27-2012 at 12:02 PM.

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    You are doing a wonderful job on it. I think your dog lays on it to make sure it doesn't go anywhere while you are gone.
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    Will look great when finished..

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