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Wednesday, January 13, 2010


The past couple of weeks I've been focusing on my hexagon project inspired by Robyn's Great Hexagon Quilt Along.

I'm not sure what size this project will end up, but I want each hexagon to be different.  Kind of an adult "I Spy". 

One way to get 'more for your buck' is to find multiple prints on one cut of fabric, see below.

Other examples of getting more than one print from one cut of fabric:

I'm working on another little hexie project that should be done real soon.  I may even have a tutorial for it in a couple of days! Click here for the tutorial!


Nedra said...

Very clever to get so many hexies from one fabric.

Pat said... did really good at getting the most from one cut of fabric!

Micki said...

I love your hexies and would love to see a tutorial!
It looks like fun!

belinda said...

You are sooo clever girl...I too have been sewing on my hexies these last few evenings....I have a
w-a-y-s to go!!

Kim D. said...

Great idea, love those fabrics. I have two projects going with hexies, someday maybe I'll actually finish one.

Robyn said...

Wooohooo go Mel!!
Such great hints and I love your scrappys!!
Can't wait to see what you're making... :D

Robyn xx

Valentina said...

I luv-luv-luv them. You clever girl, cutting all those hexies from one fabric... It's going to be a 'charmer'
I am getting back to my own hexies this week, embroidering your name next!


Thinking of you,
your hexi-sister,