Tag Archives: hand sewing

I’ll finish this quilt if it takes a hundred years!

Paper piecing small hexagons is fun, but a lot of work, especially considering that it may take 2000 hexagons to make a quilt. And those hexagons are all hand stitched–no machine! If you have it in your mind to hand … Continue reading

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Fussy Cut Fusion

I’ve been busy working–you know, real life job and all–but I did manage to baste a few more hexagons over the past few days. Most of them I did in short sittings, sewing 3 or 6 at a time, which … Continue reading

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Half Moon Hexagons and More of the Same

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A few months ago, I purchased a charm pack of Moda’s Half Moon fabrics. It was a good price, but one of those purchases that I later regretted. I love 5″ charms, jelly rolls, and layer cakes, but I am … Continue reading

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Hex Yeah!

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My up and coming patchwork obsession will surely be hexagons. I started to miss sitting on the sofa hand quilting as the family watches a movie. After months of quilting every night, watching a movie seems pointless without busy fingers. … Continue reading

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