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    That is so pretty. I love the hexagons. It turned out great. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the compliments . I have one in mind in blues , maybe lavenders/ purple . Not very soon . I am trying to finish my paper pieced maple leaf tablecloth . Busy , busy , busy . Annie

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    Ooooooooooooooo pretty. I really like that alot

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    I agree - great colors and it turned out so pretty.

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    Very very pretty! I haven't tried one yet.

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    I am currently working on a hexagon quilt,, and yours is wonderful!!! I hope mine turns out at least looking like I want it to!!!lol

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    That is very pretty i love sewing hexagons too so addictive

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    Very Nice :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsalshhadeh
    I am currently working on a hexagon quilt,, and yours is wonderful!!! I hope mine turns out at least looking like I want it to!!!lol
    Hi , I saw your thread . Are you following a pattern or doing your own ? Thanks for the compliment and good luck with yours , too . Annie

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    Now, that is really beautiful.
    I just LOVE hexagons and may just steal your idea for a table topper!

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    Here's the link if you want the pattern . http://www.quiltcampus.net/chat/pro/...4/index.html#A Annie

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    Uhhh, Ahhh! So pretty.

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    That is beautiful, I love hexagons too. Great job!

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    This one is darling! I can see it in a little girls room very easily.

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    pretty colors, great job!

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    Really nice job on the hexagon table runner. Did you bind it with one continuous piece of binding or individual strips for each side? I have one in progress but don't like the corners of the binding, so just letting it sit for a spell. Hope you can explain how you got your corners to look so nice? Thanks for any tips !

    suzy

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    Its beautiful

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    I tried one continuous strip and that didn't work right for me . So I cut individual strips. I sewed 1 on and trimmed , then sewed the next and trimmed all the way around . I hope you can understand this . You may have to work with it a little . I no longer have it so I can't take any close up photos of it . I made this for a gift for a friend . She loves it . Annie

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    Colors are very nice. Good job

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    Beautiful topper!

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    cute love hexagons too

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    Annie I just love this! WOW! You did a great job and it's really very nice. Thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you for the quick reply. I think I will also do individual pieces. When I try the continuous strip ,I don't like the corners. wish someone would demo an easy way with the binding on hexagons and other odd shaped quilting projects. Again thank you for the answer.

    Suzy

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    VERY Nice.

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    what a great looking table topper and in red my favorite :-D

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