Sunny with a chance of Hex
Hope everyone had a great weekend! I got to meet with my guild girls and work on some hexagons. For some it was there first time, so that was fun! I have to say my fingers haven’t done any hand stitching in a while and my thumb was sore!!! A thimble would probably help, but I find them too bulky. Just have to toughen up those quilting fingers:)
We did the two April blocks following along with the 2012 Craftsy BOM. You can find the FREE class HERE!
Lesson Learned….don’t use red paper for your templates! When I starched and pressed them there was just a slight bit of bleeding through the fabric.
HERE is an awesome site to print off as many FREE hexagons, triangles, graph paper, etc.! Super easy to use, just plug in any size you need and print it out.
Sewing Machine Cover Tutorial
Last week I shared a tutorial to make a sewing machine cover using Riley Blake Designs Union Jack fabric. Fort Worth Fabric Studios created a great kit so you can easily make your own and graciously offered one to give to a lucky viewer!
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love the hexies, they certainly are popular now, much easier then those triangles I joined together all day sunday!!!
Your hexies are awesome. I love the Riley Blake fabrics, the Union Jacks are wonderful.
Very cool! Love the title cloudy with chance of hex. Nice! I also really like the idea of “toughing up the fingers” I totally know it is a real thing, but still sounds funny. :)