Sunday, May 8, 2016

A full week at Fairholme (2) ... the hexagons

Top = 2" hexagon; bottom = 1/4" hexagons
Miriam's luscious red and white EPP hexagon's
Helen is making large hexagons from 'transport' prints from 
all sorts of fabric, including at least one tea towel
Janice has upped the ante by making 1/2" hexagons,
and fussy cutting them!
Jill's hexagons are 1", the 6" block design slightly adapted
from Hexed on Bits and Bobbins blog
Jo-Ann has made dozens of enormous 2" hexagons in
yellows and greys - very sensible!
While Lynette's 30s reproduction fabrics are making
EPP stars, look what's holding them together!
Margaret W is  being somewhat more restrained in her use of a
hexagon border on her appliqued-on-linen quilt
Noelle is up to the fourth hexagon round of her
many, many hexagon flowers - another beautiful green.

Sue C is making EPP hexagon's for a Margaret Sampson George
inspired quilt - this one includes a very-Sue code.
We didn't get a picture of it (yet), but that little pile of fabric at
the top of this photo soon became Naomi's very first half-square
triangles, sewn into a churn dash block for her #project48 quilt. 

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