Wow! Look at you go! All those in one day, amazing! =)
Wow! Super impressive!Jennifer :)
That is some serious hex making!! I didn't get to linger in (just got a few minutes here and there to peek in) blog land all weekend, so I am catching up this am...thanks for the awesome tip yesterday. What a great idea, now I have to go find template plastic, I wonder if Joanns carries it?! Your history trip looks like it was a lot of fun, I love field trips like that! The pinatas are simply gorgeous and your photographs are beautiful.
You are out of control!!
Wow, that's a lot of hexagons! Now just to sew them all together....!!!
They are beautiful, they almost look like , pieces of candy !!! I have been seing a hexagon craze lately, I even watched an old tv show a British comedy called Good Neighborsawesome show about self sufficient living and she was making a HUGE hexagon patchwork quilt in her spare time with her bits of fabrics. This was in the 70s the episode is called When Im 64..Awesome they must be 5-6 inch hexagons though...Izzy
These are wonderful! If they were mine, I'd just put them in a crystal candy dish and set them out to enjoy for a day or three or a week! It would serve two purposes: I could enjoy the handiwork and I could have my pretty crystal candy dish out and full and not have to worry about snacking! LOL! Can't wait to see their next stage! :)
OOOOps sorry the Good Life episode as they call it in England is when Im 65 !!not 64 LOL ! and you can see it on you tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo3pm3QuFHo&feature=relatedperhaps the hexagons are 3-4 inches too....
So many fabulous occasions to whip up a few hexagons - what a perfect day! I am impressed with that pile you have done already. (PS - I loved Emilio's dress too!)
What eye candy!I'm super impressed . . I can't imagine that you made so many in one day! I'll have to scout around to see what you're planning on making!- Donna (from Kindred Crafters)
Holy hexagons! What will you make from that giant pile 'o hex's?
Hello Melanie. You have a very nice blog!Marta from Barcelona
wow melanie, this is awesome!
Hi - I'm new to your blog and am very inspired to start making some hexagons. I was very lucky to get to see the quilt exhibit at the Victoria and Albert museum in England. There were quite a few of the very old quilts on display from the 1700s and 1800s that were made using hexagons. Such a timeless piecing method!
omg. I absolutely am in love with all your hexes. I'm in the process of selling/buying/moving homes, but I am going to check out the hex along. I discovered and took the hex plunge last year and have a WIP scarf for my daughter (started medium!). I love all handicrafts, and am a beader first and for most. But I love love love hexes.
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