Hexie Progress

June 1, 2014

I completed a third flower for my second block. I also hand stitched these down on white Kona Solid 12" by 12" block.

I started this one yesterday and am done today.


I am linking to Hexie Weekend at A Quilting Reader's Garden by AngieN and to Life Under Quilt's Monday Morning Star Count by Jess.




16 comments:

  1. More fab EPP and I love that you're all joining with Jess and her Monday Morning Star Count. I'm not hugely into EPP myself but I join in when Jess encourages us all at our NYC Metro Mod Quilt Guild meetings, we're using the time there to make an EPP charity quilt. :D - Chris

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    1. Thanks ChrissieD! I like that I can do EPP in the car or on the go! Also it is small compared to my Hawaiian applique that I do. I think it will be good for Summer weather- small and won't heat me up!

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  2. So cute. I've never tried EPP but it is starting to call my name from seeing it on so many blogs. It looks like such a great activity for grabbing a bit of creative productivity out of what would otherwise be wasted time. I've been using embroidery lately but I need to branch out and some hexies could be the answer. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

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    1. Thanks Gayle! Oh you have got to try it!! It's addictive! I started with embroidery then Hawaiian applique and then EPP!

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  3. Love your EPP flower, its so pretty!

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    1. Thank you for the kind words, Belinda!

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  4. I'm not usually a fan of pink, but these little flowers are adorable!

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    1. Aren't they? Thanks for stopping in at my blog, Pamela!

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  5. How fun to meet a new EPPer!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Jessie!

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  6. Lovely - you can't beat a hexie flower!

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    1. I know...aren't they fun! Thanks for the kind compliment, Blue Moth!

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