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Barbara Brackman Catalogs Some Hexagon Quilts

Barbara Brackman, known as a quilt historian as well as a fabric designer, book publisher and BOM leader for the Civil War and other historic eras, has a new blog. She calls it Cloud of Quilt Patterns, because she’s posting … Continue reading

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Hexagon Roundup

The blog is in Swedish, but you can translate. Quiltlek has put up a small table runner with three cute hexagons that make heart shapes. She used scraps to make it, and a Hex ‘n More ruler. You can find … Continue reading

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Hexagons Galore!

I was just catching up on Barbara Brackman’s signature blog and found this wonderful post about hexagons. She shows antique ones right up to Hex on the Beach by Tula Pink. You’ll enjoy seeing them all, I expect. And if … Continue reading

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A Hexie Bag!

See what I found at the Landauer Publishing website and it’s free! And it’s made from Hexies.  Go to Landauer Publishing.  Scroll down and you’ll see the Hexagon Bag. PS: lots of other nice free stuff there,  too. Check them out.

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Just Enough Time!

If you are sitting around with nothing to do in the next couple of weeks, , I’m going to suggest you whip up a few of these to add to your tree this year, or to decorate Christmas packages for … Continue reading

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2 Cute Hexagon Projects

My friend, Jill at Crazy 4 Red has made two great projects using hexagons. And, of course, there’s red involved! I’m giving you a tiny peek at her hexagon travel kit – everyone needs one of these! Check out her … Continue reading

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Garden Pavers Pattern

Thanks to Angie for sharing this link on her blog. You can download the free .pdf for the table runner version by clicking on the photo. This is a pattern from McCall’s Quilting

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