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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Teeny, Tiny!

Teeny! Tiny! Is how I  would describe Splendid Sampler block 36.....very cute little hexies....
They make a little hexie wreath.
I just need to choose a background fabric, remove the papers and get it appliqued on.
They took a wee while but I  found them enjoyable....I am even going to buy myself some precut 3/8th  papers for another day. I fancy a little mini hexie quilt.
Remember I was working on a very sleepy koala...
"Snoozing" is now finished and I love him! I was advised to try a beautiful watercolour paper Arches 300gsm with my Polychromos coloured pencils and I was impressed with how it worked.
Thank you Sue (kiwikid ) for this gorgeous photo reference.
Now to choose a new subject. I enjoyed this one so much it ....hard to pick a new one.
Bye for now!
Namaste and Blessings Michelle xxx

26 comments:

  1. Oh my , those hexies. Sleepy is cute

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  2. Gorgeous hexies! Always love a Hexie project.
    Your koala looks amazing well done

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  3. Hi my lovely friend ,cute tiny hexies and I love sleepy,you did a lovely job of him xx

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  4. Teeny is right! Gosh they are small. But they do look lovely.
    Beautiful work on your koala. What a lovely finish.

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  5. 3/8in is teeny indeed......however, a friend of mine has used 1/4in hexies!! Love your koala, yes - they do spend a lot of their time snoozing, don't they?

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  6. It's a very sweet wreath. 3/8" is my favourite size.

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  7. The hexies are so cute Michelle! And your sleepy Koala simply beautiful!! Clever lady :-)

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  8. Very cute hexies. Love the Koala. Hugs,xx

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  9. Very teeny tiny - I thought they may have been 1/4" - even worse...but so effective.
    Sleepy is so life like...

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  10. Lovely Koala..looks soft! Pretty hexies. keep up the fabulous work.

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  11. They sure are teeny tiny! Your koala looks so real...beautiful!

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  12. those hexagons are so tiny.... I am getting a bit of help with them!! I do love your sleepy koala... perfect detail!
    Hugz

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  13. The wreath looks fantastic. Sleepy looks so cuddly.
    Glad you're working hard. I've done nothing.
    Keep the beautiful work coming. Xx

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  14. The wreath looks fantastic. Sleepy looks so cuddly.
    Glad you're working hard. I've done nothing.
    Keep the beautiful work coming. Xx

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  15. Love the little hexies, and Sleepy is super cute!!! Beautiful work.

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  16. You are a devil for punishment with those little hexies. Adorable though as is your most beautiful koala drawing

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  17. Love your hexies. I have 1/4 " ones but find them difficult to baste so haven't returned to them yet. Loooove your cute sleepy koala, he is beautiful. You are so patient bringing him to life.

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  18. The tiny weeny hexies are sew cute but not as cute as the Sleepy Koala. Definitely hard to pick another subject as sweet.

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  19. Those tiny hexies are gorgeous - I wonder what you will use for your background? I think though that I am happy to stick with my 1/2" hexies! Your Koala is gorgeous. xx

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  20. Teeny tiny hexies! They look great as does snoozing.

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  21. Love you sweet hexie, not sure my eyes would handle that. Your little Koala is adorable. Thanks, Guida.

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  22. Love Sleepy, they were the tiniest hexies I have worked on.

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  23. They certainly are tiny little devils. Love the Koala snoozing.

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  24. They certainly are tiny little devils. Love the Koala snoozing.

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  25. Love playing with those small pieces. Your wreath is so pretty. Koala is delightful, lovely work Michelle.

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