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Jane S.

What a wonderful find! Isn't it fun to come across something like that? Your hexies are really cute, especially with the embroidery in the center.


Oh where ever did you find that darling boo? Angela


I meant book. : )


your embroidery scattered amung the hexies is precious! I love old sewing & cooking books :)


OMG! This is a wonderous book! I want one now! Love your hexie quilt idea...very pretty!

Teresa Kasner

My younger sister is working on one of these, I am going to send her over to see your cute embroideries in yours! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Pam C

My grandmother started making this quilt in the 1930's out of old shirts. She never finished it and I have all the pieces she started. I've been thinking about framing the parts she did complete. That is going to be a beautiful quilt


I love your tiny stitches...I use a cardboard template and a marker to cut and sew my hexagons and I stitch them by hand.


I love the hexes for your quilt. I have lots of leftover fabric and have been thinking of a quilt of some sort. You give me hope that I could possibly do this.


I am doing a Grandmother's Flower Garden hexagon quilt right now too...so I love this post. Using up tiny bits of scraps and hand stitching is so good for the winter spirit! I must embroider something in the center of some of mine as that is my true love...embroidery! Your lamb is so cute...we are having lambs on our farm right now! Can't wait to see your quilt progress! Thanks for sharing!


Oh my! What a sweet book and even sweeter set of hexagons!

Grandma Tillies Bakery

I love this so much. The bright colors and cute animals. Oh how I wish I knew how to hand stitch!


It's going to look wonderful , especially with your embroidery !
I love making hexagon quilts , but mine are miniature ones for doll houses . Perfect for a relaxing evening sewing by the fire .

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