Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Hexagon Addiction !!!

I have to admit - I need Hexagon counseling:


Happy Stitching !!

28 comments:

sunny said...

There's only one wat to treat this, and it's to just keep making hexies. You're going to have a beautiful garden!

Anna van Schurman said...

Your shrubbery looks great! :)

Nancy said...

Lovely hexagons! They must be difficult to stitch...I have only used triangles, squares and rectangles in a quilt.

Gabi said...

Ohhh....these are cute. So lovely. Doesn't seem to me that easy to put them together that perfectly as you do.

Elizabeth Ann said...

How cute are those!! Maybe I can catch up on these Christmas ornaments now that you are busy quilting!

dixiesamplardesigns said...

Love those hexagons!!

Lillie said...

I know! Loved your choice of colors. I have my fabric cut up, been contemplting myself with almost the same colors with yours except I had more pinks :D

Inmacu. said...

Te ha quedado un precioso jardín.
besosss¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡

Mouse said...

ohhh your new flowers in your shrubbery are gorgeous ..lol... I don't think there is a cure .. you will just have to keep on making more ;) love mouse xxxx

Brigitte said...

You have to go on making them - they are wonderful!

Carolyn said...

Love the flowers in your shrubbery! Seriously, I haven't tried the hexagons yet because I'm afraid I'll get addicted. Also, I don't know how to make them. LOL I'm enjoying seeing yours come alive, though. Pretty, pretty!

Angela P said...

They are so pretty, I love them :)

Lynn said...

If a hexagon addiction is anything like a stash addiction then I think there's no cure, lol!
They really are very pretty and make the most adorable flowers.

gracie said...

Patty they are lovely and look wonderful in your flower patch!

Heather said...

Flowers that never die? Awesome!

Carol said...

Those are adorable, Patty!

Raewyn said...

Love your hexie-flowers - keep stitching- from another addicted hexie-stitcher!

Christine said...

Your hexagons are beautiful, and they look very happy in that bush, perhaps you could make some from waterproof fabric and leave them there permanently

Pumpkin said...

These are SO pretty!

Berit said...

Commenting on your recent posts~

Love your package win from Crescent; My favorite is that linen! I think you could stitch anything with any of the reds she included and it would look great. :D

Also, the BBD exchange your rec'd is darling.

Moonlight visitor is wonderful; I can't believe how much you've completed on Flood! :o

Love the Molding on Poinsettia House. :D

Ah; I see you did just that with "Stitching Room" Gorgeous pick!

ooh; looking forward to your hexie quilt--what a perfect box! :o

I love the look of them all spread on the greenery. :D

Kathy Ellen said...

What very special hexagon flowers! I just love them, and when I saw them "blooming" in your garden, they made me smile!

Suzanne said...

Love the hexagons, I can see why they are so addictive. Great photo of them spread out over the bushes.

Karen said...

Cute Hex's.
I know the way to fix your addiction, Put a requirement to the task. You need to make a queen sized quilt all Hex's. And set a completion date that puts pressure on you.
That really quells my happy. A few years ago I decided that I no longer would have "to be completed by" dates. Then there is no pressure and the happy stays longer.
Much happy to you and your Hex addiction...Karencg

Vinniey said...

I love your third photo. It's so creative. Nice shot, Patty!

Mylene said...

wow! such lovely creations.

Argante said...

What a wonderful garden! They looks so cute!

Argante

Conny's Cottage said...

that is very sweet.

Lovely flowers....


greatings send you Conny

Annette B said...

Love those hexagon flowers sooo sweet. I would be mislead too, I would think that stitchy pins meant pins and not glue. Love your Pointsettia house thought.

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