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finished hexagon mini quilt

I love doing handwork. I love threading needles and wearing sore spots on my hands from my terrible technique and I love how hexagons look, piled up in colorful stacks. I maybe don't love the burning shoulder and throbbing neck I get when I sew too long, though...I really must visit my chiropractor!

Hexagon Mini

I have had this quilt top finished for ages but I left it at Kim Bradley Creations for a month or two as an example of the class I'm teaching there. I'm all set to go - I just need students! This is one of the variations on the original (king-size plus) quilt I am teaching. If you're in Sydney and interested, I teach

I have to take this back to Kim's but oh, I love it so, and I can't wait until it comes back to live with me in my house!

Finished Quilt Stats
Name: Hexagon Mini
Size: 31" square
Fabrics used: colors are all solid scraps (including shot cottons, Kona, Art Gallery Pure Elements, and Michael Miller Cotton Couture); sashing and binding are Architextures by Carolyn Friedlander for Robert Kaufmann.
Thread: Leftover Gutermann and shiny new Aurifil!

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