Sunday, September 16, 2018

Slow Sunday Stitching -- More Hexies!

I'm starting to really enjoy the process of making English Paper Pieced (EPP) hexagons.  I added this flower to my applique leaves for my  Catchin' Some Rays needle turn applique crib quilt started March, 2018.  These are not the kind of flowers on the pattern, but I thought it would be a fun variation of the quilt.

 
Here's my stuff during study hall at school.  Kids see me get the container out and think I'm going to give them cookies... Poor kids!

 
Linking up at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching at Kathy's Quilts.
 
Slow Sunday Stitching
 
Woohoo!  I just went to Kathy's Quilts to link up and realized that I won the photo challenge last week!  I especially LOVED that camera fat quarter in the giveaway.  Can't wait to chop that up.  I know pieces of it will be in my secret Ohio quilt for sure!!!

12 comments:

  1. Congrats on the win! I love the polka dot fabric in your flower! Very nice indeed

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  2. Lovely flower, congrats on winning the fabric.

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  3. Congrats and what a pretty flower! I can just see the kids all excited for cookies... and get fabric!

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  4. Love this flower idea....I have a bundle of these flowers made and haven't really thought how to put them together.....I will be watching as your quilt progresses.

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  5. Your flower is very pretty. I think it is great that you are showing the students that you are not just biding your time in their study hall. That is a great way to get some stitching done. Congrats on the fat-quarter win!

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  6. Your flower is really sweet, and congratulations on winning the photo challenge.

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  7. Congrats on the win! So many hexagons and a nice hexagon flower! :-)

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  8. What a lovely surprise to win the photo competition, congratulations

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  9. Nice that you won the fat quarters! You can tell the kids that you brought low calorie cookies! You flower looks great!

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  10. Love, love, love your hexie flower. The world is so much more pleasant with a few hexie flowers in it. How lovely to discover your little hexie world.

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  11. Congrats on your win! Your flower hexie is charming.

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  12. Hello Kathy,
    Congratulations on your win!
    Love your hexie flower!
    Aha! I wonder if your students will take up stitching! You may never know! 😊
    Barbara x

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