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  1. Using hexies made with cardboard templates, I made the very traditional flower then set them into a design of my own. I am sure this setting is not new. I used a QAG method and used FMQ to finish the top.
    It can be viewed in my blog "A collection of past projects" ... the bottom photos.
    http://annsplace-dahlitsa.blogspot.ca/


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  2. I have not yet made a hexie quilt because of the extra paper pieces needed, but look forward to trying with the new method.

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  3. Hi, my first block is ready, but I don't know how to show you the picture of it

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  4. I al. ost fini shed the first block. Will post a picture to night or tomorrow.

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  5. Would like to put the hexi blog pin on my blog...........do you have the html gadget that I need pse?

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  6. Please explain how you attached the backing to the hexie table topper.

    Melody

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  7. What is the fabric medium required for the small art quilt in the AQS workshop in September? What is the brand name and where can it be purchased?

    Ann

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  8. LOVE the book and the new way to make hexies, I am having so much fun! Can you please share any hints for fussy cutting with this method? And are there any keywords that would be good to use when searching for hexie quilts? I don't see any so far that show the folded side up. TIA

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  9. I will be posting a World Blog Hop post on the 22nd September
    and nominating your blog, hope that's still okay?
    I'll publish my post on September 22nd and in addition to writing about me and my creative process I'll introduce readers to you and 3 other bloggers.
    If you would write your post on September 29th and introduce your readers to three other blogs you will be carrying forward the World Blog Hop train :)
    They don't have to be quilting blogs, just blogs you like and enjoy!

    I hope it may get the word out a little further for you about the new magazine and next years BOM too




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    1. What am I working on?

    2. How does my work differ from others of its genre?

    3. Why do I write/create what I do?

    4. How does my writing/creating process work?

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  10. Will you share your method of making Hexies? Thanks

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  11. once again I am unable to download the magazine, I click on download and it says download not allowed please can you help

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  12. hi from Australia I write to ask about the material backing size for the 2015 hexi blocks does it have to 14.5 I suffered a stroke 4 weeks ago and making the hexies has helped me with my motor skills
    to all in this group have a safe and happy Christmas and I cant wait to start making my 2016 hexis

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  13. Hello - I'm trying to find info on your BOM mentioned several times on the FB page. Are you doing one for 2016? How do I find the information? Thank you!

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  14. Congrats. I know you will enjoy retirement. I really do. More time for sewing/hexing.

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  15. Julia, I've looked back in the blog to see if I can find this info, to no avail...your sewing organization post, I see hexagon wall shelves that you have little vases on, in a circle? Do you know if this is still available and where or did you make it? I've been looking at IKEA online in case it was there, but haven't found it yet...thanks!

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