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It is beautiful . May I ask about how many hexagons are used in order to make a quilt that size ? Thank you.


I'll say! It looks terrific. Are you working on number four or taking a break?

Lavender Dreams

The colors are just beautiful! What a gorgeous quilt!

Jane S.

So pretty! You are fast becoming Queen of the Hexies. :)

vicki haninger

Thank you!

Here's the rundown on the numbers needed: 124 white (background), 142 petals, plus 23 centers. Some "flowers" will be cut in half and trimmed around the edges.

The quilt measures approximately 55" x 65".

vicki haninger

Thanks Vee!

I've already started another quilt--yet to be revealed! But it's not hexagons this time, though I do plan on making more of those at some point. I truly miss all the hand-piecing in the evenings.

vicki haninger

Thank You Lavender!

vicki haninger

Thanks Jane!

I'm dreaming of all the ways one can make a hexagon quilt...the variations are endless.

Karen Cassidy

Beautiful, love the scrappy binding
Karen x


Love those hexies! The pink and yellow make for a really striking and pretty quilt. Looking forward to your next project.


Awesome, thank you so much..I have giant hexagons that measure 5 inches across the top. I assume yours are smaller , I think I read 3 inches ..Ill try.


Congratulations!! It's really beautiful!

vicki haninger

Thanks Karen--the binding was my favorite part!

vicki haninger

Well thank you Lorrie!

vicki haninger

Thanks so much!!

Molly Severtson



This is just exquisite!!! Beautiful, bright, fun and definately HAPPY!!!


What a pretty room. Your beautiful quilt fits in so nicely. I love how it looks modern and old fashioned, both. It suits a young lady of today, I think.



Oooo...it's so pretty :) I love the colors :)
Smiles, DianeM

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