Friday, May 6, 2011

Just a few more…

 

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And there are more………….a few more hexies to add to my growing pile….

Happy Friday

Take Care Peg…Open-mouthed smile

Opportunities do not come with their values stamped upon them.

21 comments:

  1. I love your hexies... so beautiful!

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  2. Beautiful Peg! I love your choice of fabrics.

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  3. You are going great guns there PEG

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  4. Oh Peg, these a are lovely....you have been busy.....don't stop now...only a few more to make a quilt!

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  5. So pretty, love the one with the stripes!

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  6. Beautiful Peg and i love how you have fussy cut the ones with stripes they look great how they all match up.

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  7. They are so much fun to do aren't they - and they go a lot faster than you think they would. keep up the good work.

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  8. Oh...these are so pretty...sigh, as I hang my head, droop my shoulders...I have SUCH a LOOONG list of "wanna-doooz"...But, I'm perking up, smiling..."who cares??" These flower hexies are just toooo cute to NOT try to make some!!

    hugZ,
    annie
    rubyslipperz106.blogspot.com

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  9. Gosh Peg I've said it before but you are just so neat ! I love your hexies !

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  10. Lovely work - you have made heaps. Well done.

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  11. You have made some lovely flower. The first one, the one with the stripes, is my favorite. The fabric is great.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Hugs,
    Anne-Mette

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  12. They are all so very nice. Very pritty colours

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  13. Hi Peg. Love your blog and I follow it regularly and have done for sometime now. I wanted to ask what you use to transfer the pattern onto your fabric for your stitchery please. Hope you enjoyed the royal wedding!

    Mandy
    UK

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  14. What lovely hexies! Such a nice choice of fabric combinations and placement. I tend to make the old-fashioned type with feedsack repro fabrics but may have to try some new fabrics. Thank you for sharing. I enjoy your blog!

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  15. Really purdy. Your garden is growing.
    I have hexies but no flowers yet.

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  16. I don't think I wille ver share your enjoyment of making the hexagons, but I do appreciate the fussy cutting that has gone into those which make a new pattern with the fabric - so patient!

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  17. Love your choice of fabrics Peg and your hexie flowers look so special :) Love them! Hugs Vicki

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  18. Wow what is the secret to get these gorgeouse hexies so neat!!!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg