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Lorrie

Love the pink hexies. The method you use is the one I learned - although I've never made a hexagon quilt. But seeing yours I'm tempted.

Sara

a house full of quilters sounds soo soo lovely to me. These hexagon quilts you have been pushing out are simply put, elegance!

Vee

It sounds like a wonderful method and it certainly looks fine. Then you hand sew each one...amazing. Flannel sounds so sweetly cozy. How blessed for your granddaughter to have such loving aunties.

Teresa Kasner

My younger sister is doing hexagon quilting.. seeing yours to makes me want to try my hand at it. I enjoyed your photos of the tulips, too. My first time there! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

DianeM

Good Morning Vicki - Thanks for sharing your quilt progress, I hope it gets sunny soon so we can see Quilt#2 :) I like your time-saving ideas for the hexie making. I just recently got accepted into the inchyhexie swap which is alot of fun swapping 1 inch hexies.Fig Tree's new Avalon fabric is calling my name for some bigger hexies too!
Smiles, DianeM

Judy

I think they're beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial. I haven't ever made a hexagon block before, and have always been intimidated by them. I just might have to start by making something small then work my way up.

Debra

Each Honeycomb quilt is more lovely than the one before! Your method looks quite do-able, and is an improvement on the one that I am accustomed to. Many thanks to you for the inspiration!

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