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Thread: my wall of hexies

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    my wall of hexies

    this is what I have done so far I used the accu go baby I started out with the medium size but then decided I liked the smaller hexie so there are two different sizes on the wall,but will continue with the smaller size on the die. I would have never got this far without the go baby so quick and easy I have a lot more to make then start adding on the white background hexagons for a lap size quilt I sewed them by machine Name:  DSC00640.JPG
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    Cute!
    Very bright and cheerful.
    Addictive too?

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    looks good so far
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    How did you sew them by machine? I really like the looks of them. What size are each of the hexies? These measure by the length of one edge right?

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    Your hexies are bright and beautiful ~ I love them!

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    Very pretty. I really like the big ones.
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    Add some stems and you have a lovely bouquet!
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    What a pretty garden you will have.

    I would like to also know how you sewed them by machine.

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    Love the colors.

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    thanks for the compliments.....I'm sewing them this way https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvCmLj8MmQk marking my own and I have an open toe 1/4 inch foot from an older machine.

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    Thanks for the link, I need to figure out how to sew them also great job show us when done!

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    Aren't there 3 sizes in that die set? What sizes are these? This is making me want to order that die set. Thanks for helping us.

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    Looking good so far!

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    So much fun to work with the hexagons. Make beautiful applique flowers.

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    Very pretty!!
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    beautiful, and sewed with machine! great.

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    Wow! They look so flat and precise! Did you use a ton of starch?

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    Nice hexi wall.
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    Lovely heroes. Nice and bright.
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    Love your hexies, they will make a beautiful quilt.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    GREAT VARiETY THEY LOOKS GREAT!!!
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