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Thread: Need help locating a lister who posted pix of hexie flowers

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    Need help locating a lister who posted pix of hexie flowers

    I am asking for help to locate the person who put in a pix of the hexie flowers made in different colors. I've tried to locate it by date but have been unsuccessful. I printed the pix & it has the date July 7 on it. I want to ask her about her fabrics but cannot find her name.
    Can anybody help? Thanks so much.

    Pat

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    Might be easier to find the original poster if you post her picture here.

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    Was it the one of the Hexie flowers with the centers pieced in different designs? I think pink/white and black but I don't remember the title, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyPeezy View Post
    Might be easier to find the original poster if you post her picture here.
    I know it would but I still can't seem to get pix posted yet. Since it's on a pc. of copy paper I really wouldn't know how to do it. This system has me snookered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Was it the one of the Hexie flowers with the centers pieced in different designs? I think pink/white and black but I don't remember the title, sorry.
    Each hexie flower was a diff. color but from the same fabric line. The centers (look like roses) appear to have been fussy cut from the same fabric.

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...l-t226837.html I think this might be the post you are looking for, It's called Sew beautiful... in pictures.
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    Would this be it?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t222324.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs B View Post
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...l-t226837.html I think this might be the post you are looking for, It's called Sew beautiful... in pictures.
    That is exactly it. Thank you so much. Now the mystery will be to find that fabric line. There is another post after this about them. I'll go ck it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Would this be it?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t222324.html

    (*hint* when you save pics for inspiration, save the link as well.)
    This is just what I was looking for. I hope somebody can tell me know the name of the fabric line.
    Thank you so very much.

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    Looks pretty scrappy to me. I recognize the lighter green fabric in the leaf on the upper left, it is a fairly old print, 4 or 5 years I believe.

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    when i save pictures, i save them with the original site information. nOP's board name 20130807 QB patg hexie flowers. that way, i can go to Pat G's profile and find this post from this date to 'refind' the information about the picture. if it was from , say, quilterscache... 20130807 quillterscachecom hexie... or something similar. Another good reason for doing it that way is to be able to give credit to the person who took the original picture or to be able to provide a link to someone else. Hope this hint helps someone
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    When I see a picture I like I click Pin It. Save it to my Pinterest album. Two clicks and I'm done and not taking up space on my computer. The picture will have the original post site saved.
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    just send the quilter a PM (private message) and ask.
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    I, too, would love to know this fabric line. Such a stunning use of hexies!

    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Would this be it?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t222324.html

    (*hint* when you save pics for inspiration, save the link as well.)
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    Okay I pawed through my stash and found the fabric pictured in that leaf. It's called Willowberry Winter by Willowberry Lane for Maywood Studio.

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    there you go!!
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    Peckish, you rock! That's a start! Now just to find the rest!

    As a sidenote, this just proves one should have a stash! Just see how helpful you've been!

    Thanks a bunch!

    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    Okay I pawed through my stash and found the fabric pictured in that leaf. It's called Willowberry Winter by Willowberry Lane for Maywood Studio.

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