Last year I contacted you because I was missing a page of instructions. You emailed the page to me and asked me to send you a picture when I finished it. Well, I finally finished it, and I love to show my work... so here it is.
Thanks for your great patterns, I'm hooked on paper piecing now!


Teri From The Back Door Quilts

Here is my first Lucy Boston block. I used your 1" honeycombs and the fabulous acrylic template. The template was perfect for fussy cutting the large red print.


Teri, from the Back Door Quilts 

Nancy C

I just completed this Lone Star Quilt using the 1-1/2" diamond pattern.  I hand quilted it completely, using a cross-hatch for the background and following the diamond shape for the star. 



Linda N

Hi- Here is a picture of my completed quilt, Perseverance.  It ended up containing 10,509 half inch hexagons.  It took 16 months to complete the top.  It was machine quilted.   I entered it into the Plano Quilt Show 2012 and it won 1st place, judges choice, members choice, and viewers choice.  I am planning my next project, and hope to start it soon. 

Thanks, Linda N.

Helen E

I saw your email, here is a photo of the Inner City I made. And as you described in your blurb of how it is easy to do while traveling -- I had made mine on the way to Hawaii.


Shawn H.

Here are the pictures of my Family Flower Garden Quilt top using your 1 inch hexagons. Many of the white centers of the flowers are fabric with computer printed names of family.

~Shawn H

Raewyn in New Zealand

This queen size quilt is made using my collection of Marcus Brothers Pansy Fabrics collected over the last few years. I used one and a quarter inch hexagons and it took me approximately a year to complete. It is 101 inches by 84 inches.

Thanks so much for the lovely paper pieces you supply which make the job so much easier.

Margun in Norway

Grandmothers Flower Garden

This quilt is made with 3/4" purple flowers. The hexagons are appliqued to the border

Crystal Coast Quilter's Guild

Grandmother's Anniversary Garden

This is the donation quilt our guild has made for a raffle for our 30th anniversary quilt show May 17-19, 2012.

Corine F

Dear Friends in Quilting,

The rainbow quilt is my version of a Rainbow. There is no pot of Gold at the end of this rainbow, but it is filled with Diamonds.

The other quilt is of little flowers. They are the only flowers I haven't killed yet.

Friends in piecing,


Nancy M

Hi Ladies!

It was nice seeing you at the Lancaster Show yesterday. This is a picture of my first hexagon quilt called Scraps of Jelly. I used 1 inch Hexagons and I had a lot of fun making it! Thanks for your great product!


Joy S

I am American but have been living in France for 23 years. I teach quite a few quilting classes and have around 100 students. Here is a photo of the Dresden plate class I'll be teaching.

Thanks for a great product!!