Monsterz-Sized Hexagon Quilt Tutorial - Cloud9 Fabrics
Monsterz is such an ADORABLE collection to work with. It will arrive in January and I wholeheartedly suggest you make this quilt in the patterns I indicate because it will make you SMILE. But, this pattern is actually quite nice and it went together pretty quickly- so if you’re looking for a fast project asRead more...
Paula Tidman on Instagram: “Rather liberty-esque don't you think 😁 #sevenberryfabric #japanesefoldedpatchwork #hexagons very quick to make and could make a quilt as…”
176 Likes, 22 Comments - Paula Tidman (@lolarosepatchwork) on Instagram: “Rather liberty-esque don't you think 😁 #sevenberryfabric #japanesefoldedpatchwork #hexagons very…”
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How To: English Paper Piecing
English paper piecing (EPP) involves stabilizing fabric pieces with paper before sewing them into intricate designs. It is most effective for shapes that do not have long straight sides and will require numerous set-in corners, such as hexagons. Because EPP is done by hand, it makes a terrific on-the-go project.
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One Flower Wednesday + Lots of Goodies for me
I didn't get a chance to show you this week's hexies yesterday... but here they are, better late than never. One is part of a gift and the other I'm going to add to my red and pink hexie swap quilt. The nifty little gadget is a hexie template I bought from Jane's fabulous on-line shop Want It, Need It, Quilt. I couldn't fussy cut without it and it was only $3.50. Every week lovely Karen at Journey of a Quilter gives us the chance to share the hexie flowers we've made as part of One Flower…