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Friday, September 25, 2015

Large Hexagons

Large Liberty Hexagons Large Liberty Hexagons
Large Liberty Hexagons
Large Liberty Hexagons
Large Liberty Hexagons

When I opened this lovely bundle of Liberty fabrics, I had the good surprise to find  that they were all different from the ones of my own stash! I am going to use them to complete my hexagon pillow. So happy to have such pretty new fabrics!

The tutorial to paper piece the hexies is here.

32 comments:

  1. OMG...LOVE your hexagons! I'm sew sorry... I drooled all over your gorgeous Liberty fabric! This quilt is going to be stunning!

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  2. Les Liberty donnent du beaume au coeur grâce à leurs belles couleurs ! Ton quilt va être magnifique !

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  3. Oh how pretty pretty pretty! You just can't beat a good Liberty print and they are perfect for hexies :)

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  4. Perfect use for your beautiful Liberty fabrics.

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  5. Lovely Liberty prints! How large are your hexagons Christine?

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  6. Love your fabrics; I have the same fabric with the dark background and the orange and various other colors. I have yet to try EPP, but have been seeing some fabulous tutorials (yours included) lately and am really thinking about trying a small project. A pillow would be a good one to start with. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful creative day!

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  7. This is going to be a lovely pillow; Liberty prints blend so beautifully.

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  8. I like liberty fabrics a lot. I like these large hexies too. I have a lot of hexies...a long term project in progress. I never looked to see how the hex quilts are backed. I'll have to research that!!
    xx, Carol

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  9. Such gprgeous frabric. One of my star has a center out of a Liberty fabric. It is so soft and soothing. You are one lucky quilter to have that fabric to work with. Wonder where in the States I could find some. It's going to be a wonderful pillow. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. New fabric is always so much fun. Looks like a great variety of prints to add to your collection.

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  11. At first glance I thought Liberty. What a beautiful new stash you have. The hexies will be gorgeous.

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  12. Wow....Christine,Grandiose work:-)

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  13. Love, love, LOVE those prints!

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  14. Aren't these pretty, (love the feel of Liberty) I just want to roll in them.

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  15. What a lovely selection Christine - and Liberty is just so soft and tactile to work with, I hope you're having fun :)

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  16. Liberty Lawn prints are on my wish list. I like your use of making them into large hexagons.

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  17. So beautiful--it will be like a carpet of flowers--lovely!

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  18. I love the way liberty fabrics feel. This will be a very pretty quilt!

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  19. Very pretty. I got a bag of liberty scraps about 5 or 6 years ago... I really should pull them out and see what is in there.

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  20. Such beautiful liberty fabrics! Enjoy stitching with them... they feel so wonderful!

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  21. Oh such gorgeous fabrics and what a great way to use them!

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  22. Christine, these fabrics are amazing! And you're doing them proud.
    Amalia
    xo

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  23. I can't think of a more perfect way of displaying your lovely collection of Liberty fabrics! It's wonderful that they make so many different prints. I'm sure I could spend hours looking at each hexagon. You're combining them beautifully too.

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  24. Very nice and fresh quilt...I love it..Véronique

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  25. Such pretty farbics. My friend uses many Liberty prints and recently made a fox quilt with them. You can see a picture of it on my blog two posts ago. It looks amazing.

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  26. Your hexagons are gorgeous, you can't go wrong with Liberty can you.

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