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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Slow Stitching Sunday


Because one or two hexi projects are not enough, I started number three.  Just because I couldn't stand it any more. Looking at Pieced Hexies and then getting the new Ring Around the Hexies (both books can be found here), I broke down the other day and cut a few pieces.  Which led to just basting a couple and that led to stitching a Pieced Hexi and then another!  I'm using Fairy Frost fabrics that were gifted to me by my sweet friend Sharlene.  Won't this make a fabulous teen girl quilt???


Today is the last day of retreat. If I finish my last project this morning, I have my little hexi to go box so I can stitch on those.  This is the view out my window. Fall is my favorite time of year at Royal Ridges. So many Maple trees and so much gorgeous color.  Now it's time for me to head back up there. I love that peaceful place!

See great Sunday Stitching projects at Kathy's Quilts.

10 comments:

Julie in GA said...

Your Pieced Hexies will make a gorgeous quilt!

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

Oh my these are wonderful! I just started my first hexie project, it is wonderful to see fussy cutting and now pieced hexies the possiblities are endless.

Julie said...

What a fabulous use of Fairy Frost. The hexies are gorgeous!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

Lovely hexies and view as well! :)

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

You are a brave soul. I can't even handle my one hexie project, but I sure like your hexies!!!!

katyquilts said...

Looks like a great project! I love handpiecing hexies too. I have to seriously limit myself to only two ongoing projects. Opps...just thought of another, three ongoing projects! LOL

Deb A said...

Love your newest project. Lovely surroundings you get to sew in.

Cathy said...

Cute, cute hexies!

Mary said...

Royal Ridges is Beautiful. Sad I don't get to come and see you there in November afterall this year. You're tempting me to go and buy that book, you know...

Annie said...

You are the hexie queen in my book! These new ones are fabulous and YES, they sure would make a great quilt for a teen.