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Saturday, May 17, 2014

FNSI

Last evening I joined in our monthly on line virtual stitch-a-long....
The lovely Wendy was our hostess for the evening. So after battling the crazy peak hour traffic on the way home from the hairdressers across town, I promptly donned my Friday night uniform (Jim Jams) and set to work....
Of course a little sustenance was required...you know to keep up the energy.
I was quite pleased with my efforts as I managed to get little hexies appliqued into almost 3 corners of the quilt.
I thought if I started with the corners first I could see what it looked like and proceed from there...just like that little boy says in the ad on TV says "we're gonna need a bigger boat"...well! "I'm gonna need a lot more little hexies and butterflies"! Still at least I have made a start.
I hope all the other Friday-nighters had an enjoyable night stitching. I will drop by to visit later on and see what you got up to. Thank you Wendy for looking after us all so nicely xxx
Enjoy your weekend.
Namaste and Blessings,
Michelle xxx

28 comments:

  1. Lovely work! A productive night.

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  2. Your quilt is going to be lovely! Glad you had a fun evening of stitching.

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  4. I am really enjoying watching your hexie quilt come to life Michelle - but I think I would've needed alot more choccies in the dish than those 3 :-) Julie x0x

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  5. Your hexie project is looking so pretty. I like all your drawings in your previous post too.
    valspierssews

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  6. Hello Michelle.....love your hexies. That little quilt is going to look so special when you are finished with it.
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  7. Now you have made a start with the borders! Perhaps a few more flowers and the odd butterfly or two.....

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  8. stitching in flannies is so nice.... love your hexies... are those lighter lines where you are going to quilt ... or is the fabric marked in hexies? looks effective
    Hugz

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  9. It is a great start and looks lovely. But, yes, you are going to need a bigger boat!

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  10. Hi Michelle this is looking fantastic,well done,hope you have an awesome weekend my friend.xx

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  11. Love your hexies, it will look fabulous !

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  12. Well hexie making will keep you out of trouble Michelle...and it will be a wonderful finish after all the effort! And the jeep can carry it! :)

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  13. Oh, my goodness! It just gets prettier and prettier!

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  14. Loving the hexies
    Can't wait to see it finished

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  15. Well done, you have been very productive

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  16. Love your Hexie quilt enjoy making more.

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  17. Looking lovely Michelle. Hexie flowers floating through the border- they look amazing.

    Keep on stitching!

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  18. I admire your beautiful quilt. I've never made hexies, but your are quite an inspiration for me to try them :)

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  19. Your quilt is gorgeous. Love the hexies.
    Hugs
    donna

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  20. Lovely hexies! Looks like we were both hexing on Friday night....making hexies that is not doing witches spells!

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  21. Lovely Friday night sewing Michelle

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  22. Such happy hexies...what lovely progress!

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  23. Your Hexie quilt looks great....

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