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Very clever. Love the project and the colors she used.


Looks like your daughter is following in your footsteps and becoming a talented quilter. What a nice project. I think I could handle something small like this.


She's very clever indeed and I think that I'm going to have to give this a whirl. My new camera does not have a proper bag. This would perfectly fit the bill.


This is so adorable!!!!! You are really starting to get to me with the darn hexies!!!!! I may need to try making some!!!

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Kudos to your sweet daughter. The bag turned out lovely, and is a nice use of the hexagons, and this smaller project is nice to see for those of us who might not have the patience to complete a quilt. My step-mom used to do paper piecing when she made fan quilts. I think we still have a box of unfinished blocks somewhere at my Dad's. I should look for them. I've always loved Grandma's Flower Garden quilts with a certain old fashioned shade of green fabric in between the "flowers". I don't think I have the patience for making a quilt, but this inspires me to think about a smaller project.

The peonies are very pretty, and I enjoyed the story about harvesting honey.


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