In a previous post, I wrote about participating in a 'scrap buster' workshop.
Very pleased to have a completed quilt top to show you!
It will have to go on the shelf for a little while, so I can sew the backing.... & also spend some time snipping off the zillionty threads from the back of it🤣🤣.
At 65" x 81", it's a good size for however it ends up getting used.
Decided recently to give myself a little challenge... bought a pack of little hexy papers, they are only 3/8th inch sides, the smallest I sewn with yet! I have been basting 1/2" hexagons in the last few months, & thought "they are only a wee bit smaller, how hard could they be??"
They weren't really hard, but they were definitely fiddly!
I'm glad I've had that little bit of fun & will now resume working with my 1" scrappies!
The Scrappy flimsy looks good ....
WOW! They are tiny hexies... not for me....
Your scrappy quilt looks great... well done trimming all the bits at the back... there would be heaps with all those pieces... very sweet mini hexagon flower... is that your next quilt????
Love that quilt top. Those are so tiny...but I am sure you can do it!
Great scrappy quilt
You must have a lot of patience to tackle those tiny hexies
That tiny hexie flower is so cute!
Well done on the flimsy finish. It looks wonderful. Love your tiny hexie!
OMG, Those Hexies are ever so tiny. Are you going to make many?
Love that scrappy flimsy. A great design.
Oh my! Such cute hexies!!! Love your scrap quilt, so pretty! xx
Definitely small hexagons! I did an ornament with 1/2" once and once was enough. I like 3/4" best, but use 1" and 1.25", too, and sometimes 3" for embroidery. Your scrappy quilt is wonderful! How great to take fall scraps and make something so beautiful!
Love your quilt, very eye catching. The hexie flower is so cute. You should give 1/4" hexies a go. :) Hugs,xx
Oh my! Your quilt looks beautiful. Well done. Have fun with your hexies.
Your quilt is beautiful. I love the colors and what is that pattern? I'm a hexie fan and am absolutely in love with the teensy, tiny, fussy-cut baby hexi you shared in this post. GORGEOUS!
Your little hexies look great - but I think 1/2" is small enough for me! xx
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I love the colours of your scrappy quilt. I’m in love with hexies too but have never made such tiny ones. Sweet!
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That is a beautiful scrappy quilt...quite an achievement to use up so many scraps. Meanwhile, look at those cute tiny hexies. Have fun with this project too!
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