Jackie N in OK

 

Hello, Wanted to show you my Lucy Boston block.....I used Paula Nadelstern fabric. Bought my hexies from you at the Houston Show....Now I am hooked. Love them! 

 

Jackie N in OK

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Jan H

Flower Vase With 1293 Half Inch Hexagons By Jan H.

I started this as a travel project with my bag of scraps, 1/2 inch hexagon paper pieces, and a 2 inch picture to copy. It worked great until it grew and I needed to fussy cut from my stash. I used painters tape on my sewing table to keep it to the correct size. It ended up 36 inches by 24 inches. and 1,293 pieces.

I debated finishing by quilting or framing. Then glass or uncovered. Framed glass won!

Would I do it again? Of course! I plan to, but a little smaller. I loved the planning and fabric manipulation of some 100 fabrics.

Thanks for your pieces,

Jan H.

Jan in Washington

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Jane G

This version of Cubic Diamonds is made with 1-1/4 inch 6 Point Diamonds!

Be sure to click on the slideshow to see her charm quilt entitled 'Around the Country in 1089 Pieces'.

Janet in Indiana

Janet's original design using large leaf

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Janet N. in Arizona

Janet made this lovely quilt and was kind enough to send this picture! Thanks for sharing it with us!
This is done with 1/2 inch hexagons with Aunt Graces' Fabric and the background is a vanilla color. It measures 16" x 20". Click Picture to See More

Janet Saunders

A great fan of Paper Pieces, Janet has done many projects! Be sure to click the picture to see what she has done in the slide show.

Janice T in AZ

Each year Janice does a mini quilt for the Quartzsite show. This wonderful miniature is made of 1/4" Hexagons.

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Janis T in TX

Hi there ladies!  Here are my Lucy Boston blocks made with the 1" honeycombs I purchased from you at Festival in Houston. I'm also making up the 3/8" hexies in all solid colors AND I have almost made up all 150 of the 4" x 5" apple cores, using Civil War repro fabrics.  I guess you could say I'm an EPP convert!

 

Love you gals!

 

Janis T

 

Jean A

My first hexagon...finished...I am hooked.

Thanks,

Jean

Jo in Honolulu

This is a photo of the Garden Lattice quilt I finally finished from jAmerican Patchwork and Quilting, April 2002, using the elogated hexagon, square, and half square triangle from paper pieces. My only attempt at English Paper Piecing made totally possible by your templates.

Aloha

Jo

Joan F.

I usually make 1/2 inch hexagons. For fun, I do 1/4 inch hexagons. Things are changing. 3/8 inch hexagons are my new favorite hexagon size. I made "Scraps for Hexagon Diamonds" from your free design sheets.