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Thread: Log Cabin Hexagons

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    She realy does a great job. Looks fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agdetrick
    Do not know if anyone has posted this, but she makes looks so easy...thought I would share this one...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8uOh..._order&list=UL
    I love this idea, but is there a trick to piecing the hexagons together? When I've done OBW hexagons, I stitch half-hexagons together in a straight line, but you can't do that here.

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    Another quilt to try!!

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    The Fall 2011 issue of Fons and Porter's Easy Quilts - Scrapquilts includes a pattern for this quilt on page 15 - called Feedsack Flowers. Actually bought the magazine for that pattern. Hope this helps.

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    Great idea. Cannot wait to try it. Thanks for sharing.

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    I would like to see the finished quilt. -- J.

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    That looks really cool. I've not seen that before. Thank you.

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    The stool is a great idea. What did you put inside to keep it upright?

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    Thank you very much -- great tut

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    Quote Originally Posted by butter
    The stool is a great idea. What did you put inside to keep it upright?
    Just filled it with bean bag filling pellets as full as I could get it!

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    I wish they had shown some projects made with the blocks. I did enjoy seeing the tutorial and have saved the Url. Thanks for sharing.

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    I am going to use this pattern for a mug rug - Fast & easy.

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    This is a great tutorial!

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    this pattern is in one of the F&P current mags, have it but not right here......am going to try it but will use by GO and cut those strips at 2"......BTW Kay Wood had this design on one of her programs way back when....using her rulers.....it is interesting sometimes how something old is new again.....

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    Very interesting!

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    Thank you Junegerbracht! Will be looking out for that magazine for the pattern. Fall 2011 Fons and Porters Easy Quilts

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    Wonderful! Thanks for sharing with us!

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    Thanks for posting this. Just got the new magazine with this pattern in it and wondered how they did it.

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    That is great Wanabee Quiltin!!!....I can hardly wait for tomorrow to go get me a copy of that magazine...

    Let us see your work in progress on this one....

    I love this board!!!..we all bond just like the seams on fabric and batting on a quilt....lols!

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    Looks like an easy tabletopper to me. Thanks

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    I have that magazine and my page 15 show "Sew Many Blocks! Be Inspired."

    Quote Originally Posted by junegerbracht
    The Fall 2011 issue of Fons and Porter's Easy Quilts - Scrapquilts includes a pattern for this quilt on page 15 - called Feedsack Flowers. Actually bought the magazine for that pattern. Hope this helps.

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    This was cool. Thanks for sharing

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