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Thread: Hexagon Center Piece

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    Here is the start of some Centerpieces for someones table. It's the hexagon shapes with the insulated batting so it can protect a table from a hot dish.
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    Love the colors. I could use it on my table now!

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    Very nice....would look good in my kitchen:) These would make wonderful gifts.

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    Did you birth it? It looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    Very nice....would look good in my kitchen:) These would make wonderful gifts.
    Would look even better in my kitchen! :P

    You did a wonderful job!

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    I stitched the first 6 together and then attached to the white center. I stitched the outside 12 together and stitched them to the 6. I took the insulating batting and a white back fabric and stitched them together leaving a small area open to turn the material rightside out. Basted the opening and hand stitched each Hexagon thru the 3 layers of material so the shapes popped a little. What is birthing? I'm new to a lot of these terms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt4Me
    I stitched the first 6 together and then attached to the white center. I stitched the outside 12 together and stitched them to the 6. I took the insulating batting and a white back fabric and stitched them together leaving a small area open to turn the material rightside out. Basted the opening and hand stitched each Hexagon thru the 3 layers of material so the shapes popped a little. What is birthing? I'm new to a lot of these terms.
    That is beautiful!!!!!
    Birthing is..........stitching them together leaving a small area open to turn the material right side out.... just what you did! :):) Nice job!!

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    It's lovely!

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    very nice!!

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    Nice

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    Yes, birthing is just what you did. The other method is to use binding on them.

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    Nice job! I love the floral fabric. :)

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    Very pretty.

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    Really pretty

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    Beautiful fabric, good job :D:D:D

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