Tuesday, February 8, 2011

What's on the "windy" line.

I finally finished the Hexagon quilt.
I did end up sewing these together in "Y" seams.
I think it turned out great, I love the crinkly goodness of it.




 got wind?
ahhhh, finally a good picture....the hubs wants a hexie quilt, but bigger...
this was MODA's Wee Play line and one of my favs.

(all you southern lovers, we're just taking a small break, I'll be back at it soon)


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26 comments:

  1. Great quilt. Is the wind cold? Ours is quite chilly today.

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  2. GREAT looking quilt, Tonya.......bless your heart!!! :) Seriously....I love it. Did you get the hexagon die and use it for that? If not, let me know how you did this one, okay? (It seems that you got this made much quicker than most people finish hexagon quilts! I'm very impressed.

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  3. Very pretty quilt. It's so good to have a finish!

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  4. Love the quilt, love the photos.

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  5. It turned out great. I've never done one of these...maybe in the future, we shall see. Hugs

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  6. What a great looking quilt. I love the big chunky hexies.

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  7. looks grreat Tonya...Loved seeing in on the line...I love the smell of linens that have been hung outside in the wind

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  8. Beautiful and I love the windy pictures.

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  9. It's beautiful! I'd love some Y Seam tips. We don't get along!

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  10. It looks fabulous. I love seeing it blowing in the wind too.

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  11. I love it! Crinkly makes it better.

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  12. Looking really good - even better than you expected? I can understand why your husband wants one like. Wow!

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  13. I bought two jelly rolls to make that quilt...and the ruler but haven't started yet. Your's is lovely and is giving me the incentive to at least begin mine. I want a queen size quilt for my room...I still have never made myself a bed quilt and when I saw the tute, I knew that's the one...I wanted to use Neptune rolls but couldn't find any so went with something Nature..:) I so don't follow lines to well...oh well, congrats on getting yours done done!

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  14. Love the quilt an hexagon quilt is on my to do list.

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  15. Nice quilt, Tonya! Your pictures are cute. It was a very windy day in NC : )

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  16. Oh my goodness. I absolutely LOVE this, Tonya! Amazing!

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  17. It's great! Hope you guys aren't freezing down there, still. But if you are, that quilt will sure come in handy.

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  18. Fabulous!

    Don't get blowed off the mountain!

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  19. Very pretty hex quilt!! I love the crinkle soft feel of a warm quilt when it comes out of the dryer.

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  20. I had to giggle as I looked down through your series of pictures...looks like you definitely have some wind! :)

    I love this pattern and yours turned out wonderfully!!

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  21. Fun photos and the quilt is beautiful. so is your Linus quilt in the post before it.

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