Wednesday, February 19, 2014

One (?) Flower Wednesday

OMG!  I didn't know I had such a hexagon problem!  I have been trying to locate all of my hexie projects in order to display them next Monday evening at our guild meeting.  That is when I will be demonstrating my hexies.  Since I will only have 10-12 minutes with each group, I thought I would find all of my hexie projects and use them as teaching tools.  Here are some of them...

These are a couple of flowers that I plan to add to my basket quilt in order to make it larger.  You can see it here.
 
This is my La Passion.  I need to get back to this one soon.
 
This is the one I am working on at the moment.  I will use these hexies to demonstrate the English Paper Piecing technique.
 
This is part of my "I Spy" quilt.  The hexies are much bigger than the ones I am used to.
 
I love this one!  The pieces are all based on hexagons.  Still have to sew some more and then put them all together.
 
These are based on hexies too.  I have not committed myself to a whole quilt of these yet.  But maybe they will become a pillow.
 
Well, those are the hexies I have found so far.  There are more in my sewing room, but so far I can't remember where I put them.  Can you believe that?  I think I really do have a problem!
 

 


8 comments:

Manuela said...

All your EPP-projects are fantastic.

Greetings, Manuela

Dolores said...

They are all wonderful. I have no such problem since I don't plan to make any hexagons that need to be paper pieced. I admire people who have the patience.

em's scrapbag said...

I love your hexie problem.

tubakk said...

Love all your projects, and looking forward to seeing more of your La Passion.

dutchcomfort said...

That’s a problem indeed, but a very nice looking one!

Wacky Woman said...

It is addicting and I am trying to resist. LOL

Barb said...

Oh wow....I love them all....it is amazing how many you do have and the variations between them all is awesome!

Dolly Sarrio said...

It's a good problem to have. I admire you and your piecing. Those hexagons are very pretty! You are so talented Hetty.