Friday, June 7, 2013

Quick and Easy Hexie Quilts, REALLY....and a Giveaway too!

Welcome to the Quick & Easy Hexie Quilts Blog Hop :)

You may be thinking....quick and easy....where have I heard that before?  It is true, I'm here to tell you.....it is possible to turn a circle into a hexagon and you won't have to use a paper template.  How do I know?

I have recently reviewed a copy of Dr. Peggy Rhodes and Julia Wood's new book, Quick & Easy Hexie Quilts and I've made my own hexagons (shown above on top of the book).  These hexies are much larger than the hexagons I've been making for the past 8 years.  Mine are approximately  3/4" across and I've been using paper to stabilize my work.  I have to say, I really have enjoyed making the larger hexagons without paper using Dr. Rhodes and Julia Wood's method.

The "Florabunda Table Topper" is one of my favorite patterns from Quick & Easy Hexie Quilts.  Will ya just look at all those beautiful colors......they are beautiful!  Light, dark, print, dots, stripe, solid or floral....all of them make incredibly beautiful Hexie Quilts.

Would you like to make Quick and Easy Hexies too?  For your chance to win your very own copy of Quick and Easy Hexie Quilts please leave a comment on this post telling me what you love about hexagons. 
 
The winner from the IHAN blog will also receive 50 pre-cut circles.....oh just think of the fun you will have!

There are several chances to win a copy of Quick & Easy Hexie Quilts.  Visit each of the blogs below and leave a comment to increase your chances of winning.  One winner from each blog will be chosen on June 10th, 2013 to receive a copy of Quick & Easy Hexie Quilts.  Be sure to visit Julia Wood's blogs (see links below) before June 10 for a chance to win an Accuquilt Go Baby fabric cutter as well.

 June 3 Karen Griska (The Selvage Blog)
 June 4 Susan Cleveland (BlackberryCreek)
 June 5 Melinda Fulkerson at Melinda’s Blog
 June 6 Victoria Findlay Wolfe (Bumblebeans Inc)
 June 7 Sew Cal Gal
 June 8 I Have A Notion  (Kelly Jackson)
June 9 Pat Sloan
 June 10 Julia Wood  (Hexie Blog and Green Quilts)   

Thank you for visiting and best of luck to you!

Smiles,
Kelly


184 comments:

  1. I love hexies because they remind me of my grandmother. One of my dearest possessions is a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt she made. One day I hope to make a similar quilt. Big hexies would be a good start. :)

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  2. I love hexies because they look so very cool!

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  3. I like hexies because they're so portable! I keep some in the car for when I'm waiting to pick up my children!

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  4. I just love them as it means I can sew anywhere

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  5. I love Hexi's. I would love to win the book to learn how to do the circle method. I tote my hexi's with me everywhere to work on them. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

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  6. I worked with Hexi's years ago & have been thinking of making them again for small projects. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  7. Circles to make hexes? That is something I would like to learn.

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  8. Interesting. I know I can use them as applique so maybe this would be another good carrry with me project.

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  9. would love to have this book...thank you

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  10. My first ever patchwork project was a hexie pillow so i have a deep love of them. I am fascinated by this method using circles. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I've been hooked on hexagons for a long time. I like them because the six sides offer so many design possibilities! Thanks, Kelly!

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  12. This book looks amazing. Hexies from circles - what next?

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  13. Quick AND easy... let me try! They all look crazy fun!

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  14. I have ever made hexes but would love to try. I don't want to mess with the paper doohickeys so this book looks to be right up my alley.

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  15. I have never made hexies but would love to try this interesting shape. Seems you could do so many things with them.

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  16. I just love the shape. it is sew attractive to me. I really want to make a hexie quilt.

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  17. I love to work on hexies! I have several projects in the works. You can teach an old dog new tricks! I am ready. ( What fun!Old dog is me.!)

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  18. This book looks fun and there are great projects.I made small projects and love when you put all the hexies together,they are so colorful and all the ways you can play with it.Thanks

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  19. I recently got hooked on hexies and now have 3 project in progress! I would love to learn a new hexie technique. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. I've not made any hexie projects in a long time. The circle method intrigues me so I would love to learn about this technique.

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  21. I love love Hexies, just because of the hand-sewing, it's so damn relaxing and soothing to me.....
    Tks fr the chance!x

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  22. I love hexies, first because they make for beautiful quilts, but the handwork is also very calming and portable. I am still fairly new at making them, so if there is a technique that simplify the process and keep the beauty of the art, I am all for it.

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  23. I am in a hexie group and I have been doing using the paper hexie's. This sounds interesting. A new technique to add to my repetoire.

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  24. I would love to learn a new technique for hexies! Thanks for the chance to win the book.

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  25. I love making hexies! They are so versatile in that you can change the up the pattern simply by moving your color choices around...I cannot imagine an easier way to make them than I do now with paper pieces...thank you for such a wonderful giveaway.

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  26. Hexies remind me of my great grandmother Temperance Hanmer

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  27. I have always loved hexies. I wanted to make a quilt made of hexagons, so I started quilting. Love the book, thanks for the chance to win one.

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  28. i would love tyo try them. thanks for the chance

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  30. I actually have never made them. I do think I need to give it a try!

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  31. I enjoy the vintage shape with modern fabric! I've made a few but haven't put them together yet.

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  32. I'd love a chance to win this book!

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  33. I love hexies because they are so portable. I do them while watching TV and on vacation.

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  34. Ooooohh!!!! I would be so excited to win the book and the circles. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Pam

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  35. quick and easy! who isn't for that these days. that way we can make more quilts. I am working on a hexagon quilt again which I just posted. I like working on them because it is a quilt I can take on the go or while I am watching TV. thanks for the giveaway.

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  36. I love hexies because it is so soothing to do the handwork involved:)

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  37. I hate to admit this... but I have never made hexies! I hear they are fun and addictive, so I guess one of these days I should take the plunge (do I need to warn my family? You know... in case supper isn't made, dishes aren't washed... lol)

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  38. I LOVE hexies, I like the fact that I can work on them and not disturb anyone in the family like I do if I am on a sewing machine.

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  39. Hi! I have not worked with hexies, yet, but I think they are adorable and I think winning this book would be the perfect way for me to get started! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  40. I kinda love everything about hexies. The hexie shape. The reminder of my Aunts and Grandmas that are now gone, but were quilters before me. The fact that I taught my DD and she loves them too.

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  41. Very interesting hexies made with no paper pieces.
    Would very much love to win the precut circles too!

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  42. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book. I find hand sewing very relaxing.

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  43. Hey Eco friendly hexies!
    Barb@Witsend

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  44. I love the way hexies look. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book, it looks great.

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  45. I love the way they are take and go and you can work on them anywhere. Thanks for sharing.

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  46. I make hexes, little ones and big ones. I would really like to own this book, and find out how to make them out of circles. I have circles cut for yo-yos, yep I do them,too.Thanks for your giveaway.

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  47. I like making hexies too. I would like to try this new technique. Thanks for the chance to win, and for the circles to get the winner started right away!

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  48. Wow! I would really love to win a copy of this book! All my friends have jumped on the hexie train but so far I have been hesitant to start. This book might be just the ticket for me to ride :*)

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  49. I think what I love most about hexies is how every single one is different than anyone else's because of the chance to fussy cut the hexies. Even taking the same exact quilt pattern and making it again for yourself you will make it totally different hexie by hexie even when using the same fabrics as it just really depends on where each piece is cut.

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  50. I love hexagons as they a fun hand sew project!

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  51. Am intrigued - a hexie from a circle and with no papers. This is a must book and would love to win a copy.

    Terry

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  52. I love them because they look old-fashioned...like things my memere uses to make. There was nothing that lady couldn't make!

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  53. I have yet to make any hexies but this book would definitely get me started, especially since my favorite thing about them is that I could easily take along to work on when I am riding in a car.

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  54. What's not to like? First, I'm intrigued by the geometry (mathematician here), then the versatility. One can use them to embellish a project or embellish the hexie itself. Fun!!

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  55. I love hexies because they are portable and so I take them everywhere. I am currently working on a batik table topper using hexies. Thank you for the opportunity to win this new book.

    I recently purchased a pattern from Karen Griska with the Selvage Blog for a circle quilt. All those circles would definitely make the beginning of a beautiful quilt. Thanks again.





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  56. I have seena copy of the book, and it it a great techinque, especially for large hexies.

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  57. As a math major, I love the geometry of hexagons! :)

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  58. I haven't done any hexies yet been wanting to try some but have too many other things on the go. I love that they are portable and love some of the quilts I have seen. Plus handwork is so relaxing. Would love to win this book.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  59. 0 - I love nothing about Hexies, but I'm willing to learn. LOL

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  60. They are so versatile. You can paint pictures with them. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  61. This looks like such a fun book! My favorite thing about hexies (aside from them being SO cute) is that they are portable and easy to take along to work on.

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  62. I love the uniformity and flexibility of hexies. Also, you can choose to 'chain' them together or applique them. Great possibilities.

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  63. I do like hexies, and would love to have the time to practice machine piecing them so they'd go so much easier!

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  64. I love hexies. I would love to add this book to my collection!

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  65. Love this technique. Pick me!! Would love to have a copy.

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  66. Without a doubt, there is a lot to like about hexies. Ease, no machine required, portable in a minimalist way, variety of design choices, and the "spin-off" shapes that will work with the hexagon shape.

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  67. I would love to learn this new technique. I have a "Forever" Grandmothers Garden quilt top that I bought at a garage sale a few years ago. But, it was really ugly and poorly put together, so I took it apart and am working on putting it back together.

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  68. I wasn't fond of hexagons before - too much fussing with paper or plastic templates - but this new method could change my mind.

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  69. I am a scrap-a-holic and hexies are perfect for scraps. They make for great hand sewing while watching tv. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  70. I love that they are so handy to take everywhere with me. And I can use my scraps and make something wonderful.

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  71. Things that I love about hexies: self-contained, hand sewn, quilt piece that can be piled up and eventually be made into a lovely quilt. That's why I must win a copy of the book, AND the circle die, and a getting started to-go kit with that special IHAN touch. Kelly, Thanks for the chance to win so can get my life-time project done! Seriously, I have stage terminal cancer so winning this prize would really help me make headway on my bucket list project. My late grandmother hand made a hexie quilt, so I ought to be able to make one too!

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  72. i am so curious about their method, love making hexies, hate the paper lol. i would probably make a table topper

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  73. I think hexies look really neat, it doesn't matter what is being made with them, I just like them lol!
    (smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

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  74. Love small hand projects to take with me for those spare moments. Have done several small hexie projects and this book sounds interesting. Chance to win..fantastic!
    QuiltinGram
    cathyc1950(at)gmail(dot)com

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  75. Thanks for the opportunity to win this interesting book and learn how to make hexies.

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  76. Hexies are a great portable project. Thank for the chance to win.

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  77. I am looking forward to seeing this new technique for making hexies without template. I love the look of them.

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  78. I love hexies because they are a great pattern in it self, and when you pass that beginner's state, you can add on and create all different kinds of patterns.

    Thanks!

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  79. What an interesting way to make hexies....I think this would be a fun book to have, thanks for the review!

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  80. I love hexies because they are such a portable project. Thanks for the chance!

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  81. So fun. Would love to win the book. : )

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  83. The portability and the ability to create complex designs easily sre the things I like best about hexagons!

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  84. I love how pretty they are when finished.

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  85. I love the new possibilities for making hexagons out of the box.

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  86. Looks like an awesome book! Hexies are so addictive! I love that they remind me of "vintage", they are a portable project and with all the different shapes of hexies, lots of patterns are possible. I have two hexie projects I'm working on at the moment.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  87. Always something new. This looks like fun. Thanks.

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  88. Hexies are the food for the quilting soul. would love to win this book.
    glenda

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  89. Hexies are my 'to go' project. They are easy to carry and to work on, even when driving on bumpy roads. They are so versatile and can be incorporated into so many different projects, large and small.

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  90. I love how old fashioned they are, but can look modern depending on fabric choice. This book looks fantastic!

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  91. Looks like a great book! Hexies are so much fun (though I still need a bit of practice...)
    (majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

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  92. I love the hexies as they are a convenient handwork project and travel with me so easily!! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  93. I love making hexies while watching TV with my husband. Very relaxing.

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  94. Would love to win this book, i've never tryed hexes.

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  95. I love hexies because you can create a really interesting "Piece of fabric" using them. I'd love to win this book to see this great new method!

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  96. I would love to win a copy of Hexi Quilts. You guys make it look so easy.

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  97. This looks like a neat technique. Love the fact that no templates are needed.

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  98. I really want to learn how to do these hand crafts!!!
    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  99. I just found this bog hop thanks to Pat Sloan. I have spent lots of time this morning reading your blog and really enjoying myself. The circle method for hexi's intrigues me. I have never made any, but am thinking of making a gift for my son inlaw, who is in the US Air Force and getting ready to go overseas. Red White and Blue Hexi's would be my first effort!

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  100. I like having a portable project like hexies to work on just about anywhere, and I like the look of the hexagon shape.

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  101. You can take them anywhere,and the quilt my grandmother made me for my wedding was Grandmothers flower garden, great memories.

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  102. Love the portability of hand sewing with hexies.

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  103. I lve my little hexie sewing kit. I also love to embellish with lilttle hexies.

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  104. Do hexies at nite to wind down from work.
    this looks to be a wonderful Book! Thank you!

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  105. love precuts. makes things so much easier

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  106. I'm ready to give a hexie quilt a try.

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  107. I love the look of hexies, the way they can be used in different ways. Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

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  108. I like handwork for traveling so hexies are my next big thing. I've made half hexie & hexie star quilts but these itty bitties maybe next.

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  109. Handwork with so many posable ways to go is what I love about hexies!!!

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  110. I love hexies... I would like to win the book to learn how to do them without the papers.

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  111. Love hexies and love this book. It looks awesome.

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  112. I haven't started a hexie quilt yet, but I love the look of them. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  113. I don't know what I love about hexies yet. I made one project using them a long time ago and while I still like and use it, I didn't even know that it WAS hexies I was using! But I am looking forward to renewing my acquaintance with hexies when I finally get the book. I plan to join a hexie club at my LQS so I should get plenty done!

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  114. I love that hexies are portable , easy to take to those appointments that you have to sit and wait. Great conversation pieces. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  115. I remember my grandmother making hexes this way for hot pads, she put a glass bottle soda lid in the middle! I wish I had saved one to see how she did it. I hope I win.

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  116. I like hexies because as small units you can make all sorts of different designs - I'd love to win the book and the precut circles!

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  117. I like hexies because you can make a whole quilt and make it scrappy or make flowers stand out. You can applique them They are so cute and can be made in different sizes. Thanks for the chance to win this book

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  118. I love hexagons because you can make so many different quilt patterns with the shape!

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  119. I love how portable hexies are! I recently started on my first hexie quilt and was able to fit these little cuties in my purse to have with me wherever I went on vacation! Thanks so much for the chance to win :)

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  120. I haven't made one yet, but love the design possibilities. They are just fun to look at, and when fussy cut, can be adorable! I can't wait to see more inspiration from the book. Thanks.

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  121. I have a couple hexie quilt in the process. would love to win this book. thanks for the chance

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  122. What I like about hexies is that they are both old school and modern at the same time!!

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  123. Hexagon quilt is easy to take with whenever you're traveling. It would be awesome to win a copy of the book!

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  124. I like hexies because they are very portable and make cute accents on almost everythng you make - from quilts to clothing to a bag. I've seen these done in long chains and worn around the neck, and are very cute.

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  125. I love hexies because you can use up all but the smallest scraps. Thanks!

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  126. I'd love to try her method of preparing Hexies. I've used paper for all the quilts I've made and it take a long time just to prepare them all.

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  127. I love hexies and am always willing to try new techniques. They are such a great handwork project and travel so well. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  128. I just bought two colorful fat quarters boxes from Craftsy that are from Free Spirit. These fabric would make wonderful Hexies with a white background. Thanks for offering an opportunity to win some great prizes.

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  129. I love the easy way to make flowers! You can take it with you and make a flower when you have time.

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  130. I love the fact that hexies are so versatile and they remind me of my Grandmother, she always had a small hexie quilt over her knees.

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  131. I've never made a hexie quilt, but I just might using this quick and easy method. I too like that Florabunda table topper. I'd love to try it using the circles you are including in your give-away. Thanks!

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  132. I love the flowers that can be made from hexies. I would love to try the circles method.

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  133. Looks like a great book. I love hexies. Thanks for the chance to win

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  134. So many more ideas than just the traditional grandmother's garden. I am very excited about this new modern way of hexies and more hexie quilt ideas. Two for one. What a great book. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. It is a must have.

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  135. Wouldn't a pretty hexie table topper brighten up my house! So many fun projects. Can't wait to try one.. or two... or three... Thanks for the chance to win!

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  136. I love making hexies because they're fast, easy, and I can do them anywhere. They are really pretty when the flowers are made, but I have always used papers. I can't imagine how to make them from circles. Thanks for a great giveaway and a chance to win this book.

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  137. I love everything about hexies but especially how portable they are to carry around with you. You can sew anywhere. Thanks for the opportunity to win the book.

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  138. I have always wanted to make a hexie. This book would be great...

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  139. I have only made a few hexies for a sampler quilt and don't like all the steps it takes so this method looks like it's just up my alley. Would love to win the book.

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  140. My favorite thing about hexies besides being fun and easy is they are so portable ..I keep a plastic pencil box full and ready to travel with me .

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  141. I would love to win this book. I have tried making hexies a couple of different ways, but this one looks like the easiest and most fun way.

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  142. So excited this is an awesome book. I have my Moma Lynette coming at the end of the month and I would share with her. They are taking along journey across the states and this would be perfect for her to keep busy and not drive my Dad nuts.
    Hugs,
    Vicki R
    sunraesban@yahoo.com

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  143. HI! WHAT A NEAT BOOK!
    LOVE TO WIN IT!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  144. What a neat way to make hexies. I have not made them before because of all the extra paper and work involved. But now, with this method I am anxiou to try them - it is a project that is much easier to carry along. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  145. I love how portable they are. I'm stuck in hospital at the moment and I could bring my hexies with me to stop me getting bored.

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  146. I love sitting chatting and sewing hexes at the same time. So relaxing!

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  147. I haven't made any yet but I plan to this summer. Like the idea of handwork to do while I am just sitting. that is why I like crochet and making sock softies.

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  148. I just started making hexies a couple months ago and am already hooked. It is a great project to just stick in a small bag and do wherever you might be sitting. Thanks for the chance to win - I would love to know what to do with all the hexies I have made!

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  149. I have always made yoyo's but think it might be fun to try the hexie fad!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  150. I would love to learn how to make quick & easy hexies...they are so neat...thanks sew much for a fun hop!

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  151. They are so different and what the block turns into is amazing! I love the different color combo's of flower petals ( I really likes the flower with all green around the outside with a bright print next, then a pleasing center.)

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  152. I like the portability of hexies. My projects have traveled all over the country with me.

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  153. So excited about all I will learn from the book. Hexies is the "in" thing right now and I look forward to expanding my knowledge of them. Thank you for offering this.

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  154. Gotta try this! I'd love the chance to win!

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  155. This book looks like lots of fun especially with an Accuquilt

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  156. I am a little intimidated by hexie quilts but have an Accuquilt GO and hexie dies so this book would give me the push I need! awolk at rogers dot com

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  157. What is not to love about hexies? I am very addicted to them amd this book has me shaking like I am going through withdrawl! LOL! I am so excited about the book and I really want to win it.
    Thanks for chance to do that. (and the pre-cut circles too!)

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  158. I love that they are portable. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  159. As many have noted, I love the portability of hexie projects. Also, in recent years I've seen an explosion of different designs using hexagons. They're not just for great-grandma anymore!

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  160. I love how portable hexies are. I can take them anywhere.

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  161. Hoping to win to start on a project.

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  162. You have a notion, and I have the need to put your notion to good use! I'd love to win this book to keep my fingers and brain busy!

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  163. I would love to win this book to learn their way of doing hexies. Thank you for sharing this giveaway with us .

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  164. I love the portability and relaxing rhythm of hexies :)

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  165. I've just found this blog hop hope I'm not too late - would love to win anything :)

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  166. i always need a good portable hand work project. this sounds great!!! hope i am in time!!

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  167. Can't wait to find out how to make the circles into a hexie.

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  168. Hexies keep my hands busy at night. Very satisfying. Thanks for the giveaway.

    rmk815 at gmail dot com

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  169. I want to try to make some of these and I think that table topper would be a good first project to try with these hexies.

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  170. I just love the way they look! I don't know what it is about them, maybe because they fit together so perfectly?

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  171. I love the portability of hexie projects. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  172. Think I'm a day late on this but wanted to comment anyway. Hexies are so classic a
    shape in quilting. I've been intimidated to try them up to now; that book sounds like anyone can make a decent hexie and I am certainly willing to try!

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  173. OOOOOH...just love looking at all the porojects made with Hexie's! lol They are so cool, and easy to take & do anywhere!

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  174. I am yet to use hexies but I love that you can use busy patterns without it looking overwhelming. I really want to try out a hexie project now!

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  175. I like how they look, but I've not used them yet.

    Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage

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