Wednesday, July 7, 2010

another

I have definitely been bitten by the hexagon bug, and I couldn't resist turning them into this bib.  I love it.  
and this bib might have convinced me to make a hexagon quilt. 
I hope I don't go crazy.  

1.5 inch hexagons
bib pattern found here.

39 comments:

  1. This bib is just too sweet!

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  2. that's such a gorgeous bib. i'd be tempted to wear it myself!

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  3. Love the bib! It's so wee.

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  4. I love it!! Nice fabrics!! Where did you find them??

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  5. Those hexes are just perfect! Can't wait to see what you make.

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  6. I know how you feel, I have the hexing bug too - must be contagious!!

    Go for the hexagon quilt, it'll be a corker!!!

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  7. Very nice!! Yes, if ever the hexagon bug bites you, you can´t stop it ;D

    *Nicola

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  8. This bib looks very nice ! The fabrics are lovely.
    Carola

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  9. I've been bitten too! Love that bib. It is so adorable!

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  10. This is so sweet!
    Me too started playing with hexagons and yes... I went crazy!
    Lovely colours

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  11. Cute! Welcome to the crazy hex-quilt fun! That top hexie with the sea creatures is fabulous!

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  12. this bib is way too adorable. i love it

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  13. That gorgeous bib makes me wish I was a baby! LUCKY kid!

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  14. Oooh! I love the hexie bib! I just started sewing some hexies, you're inspiring me.

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  15. oh my........ that is like the cutest bib ever!

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  16. Yay for you! You definately won't go crazy, although you might come close sometimes... It took me over 12 months to piece the top of a hexagon quilt and now it sits in the corner of the room collecting dust because I can't decide whether to hand or machine quilt it. Anyway, I highly recommend making a hexagon quilt.

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  17. The bib is just so cute! I love the hexies!
    Micki

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  18. The bib is just so cute! I love the hexies!
    Micki

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  19. I seriously don't have the patience to put hexies together. I once made a quilted picture about 30 years ago from the little devils but I have to say that bib is gorgeous.

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  20. That bib is gorgeous... hadnt thought of using hexagons for a whole bib before.. Hexies are best for small projects!! xx

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  21. I hate to say... but you ARE crazy.

    In a good way :-)

    Best.

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  22. i would totally buy one of those from you if it snapped instead of tied. could you tweek the pattern?

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  23. that is adorable! I need to learo how to make hexis!

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  24. I'm smitten. Those are beautiful! I want to make some now too.

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  25. Darling!! Just ordered your pattern & hoping some tips on the hexies is included. Can't wait to make some of the bibs for my soon-to-be-granddaughter!

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  26. Painting Lessons - Art is the colors and textures of your imagination. Meghan, Los Cerros Middle School, 1999

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  27. It's gorgeous! Go for the quilt!

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  28. Love and sweet. From Spain Monty.

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  29. That is the cutest thing ever!!!

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  30. I think tying is another technique of fastening the three layers together (and is not a form of quilting at all). This is done primarily on quilts that are made to be used and are needed quickly.

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