Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
For Pepper Cory's class and all lovers of hexagons
Latest Activity: May 24, 2019
Started by Gail Weiss. Last reply by Bonny Brock Sep 22, 2014.
I know most traditional hexie quilts are hand quilted. I've quilted mine using free-motion-quilting with my domestic machine and I've also used French Knots too. I've just finished a top and am…Continue
Started by Carolyn Hoxton. Last reply by Sally Smith Jun 26, 2014.
I saw a tutorial about making Hexies and making a bag to put your hexie pieces in, Loved it, and have started sitting in my chair in the evenings and making HEXIES! <3Continue
The only tool you really need is a needle. My favorite accessory is the bag I made to carry my pieces and equipment - scissors, thread, thimble, paper, needles, and fabric. It's all ready to grab and go! My bag is not the same as the one already shown in this thread.
I'm going to have to make that cute Hexie bag! What I love most about hexies is how portable they are. I've made a throw, and a table runner so far. I'm working on some stars (diamonds rather than hexies) from scraps right now.
One of the ladies at my quilt group collects old silk ties and then makes hexies out of the fabric - they are gorgeous.
How can a person quit making these things??????
I started making some hexies this week while feeling ill, anyway, it is so addicting...here is a picture, maybe
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