Thursday, June 6, 2013

HEXIE QUILTS! Giveaway




Julia Wood and Dr. Peggy Rhodes have a fantastic, FUN book on Hexies out! 
You may know Julia from her first book, Fabric photo play. They have shared a copy of the book for me to give away! 
There are so many fun projects in here from traditional to modern, and I just LOVE it.

Great book! My ideas are spinning in my head!!!

Be sure to visit all the others on the blog hop for more chances to win!



QUICK AND EASY HEXIE QUILTS BLOG HOP

June 3  Karen Griska at The Selvage Blog
               http://selvageblog.blogspot.com
June 4  Susan Cleveland at BlackberryCreek
               http://blackberrycreek.typepad.com
June 5  Melinda Fulkerson at Melinda’s Blog
               http://melinful.blogspot.com
June 6  Victoria Findlay Wolfe at Bumblebeans Inc
                http://bumblebeansinc.blogspot.com
June 7   Sew Cal Gal
                http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com
June 8   Kelly Jackson at I Have A Notion
                http://ihaveanotion.blogspot.com
June 9   Pat Sloan
                 http://blog.patsloan.com
June 10  Julia Wood
                 http://greenquilts.blogspot.com
                 http://thehexieblog.blogspot.com
          



They give some great tutorials for projects, and for making hexagons without paper...I thought that was kind of cool, I had to try it out...

Julia even did a quilt of her sweet dog!!!  This of course relates to her photo quilts in her previous book! isn't it so cute?


Sweet applique! So many ideas... If you don't win a copy,please go BUY a copy!

Wanna win a copy?

Of course you do!


Leave me a comment, and I will pick a winner
JUNE 10th at 9 am CST. (I'll be in Minnesota then!)

 Have you made a hexagon quilt?  



NOW CLOSED.

261 comments:

  1. Can't believe I'm first! I love making hexagons and would love to win the book. Thanks and I love reading your blog.

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  2. Such great projects! I am very interested in this no paper methode! I have made one Hexie quilt until now. STill waits to be quilted, but I love it very much!

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  3. The book looks great. Thanks for a great give away.

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  4. I need one of these ! I was thinking about a mini hexi quilt today !

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  5. This book looks awesome, true inspiration for hexies.

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  6. My first quilt when I was 16 was a hexagon quilt. That was a long time ago. :)

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  7. I haven't even tried hexies yet, but I'm definitely warming up to them! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  8. Thank you for the opportunity of winning a copy of this interesting book. I love to make hexies the traditional way and I would love to try the no paper way. I have not made a 'pixelated' quilt before.

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  9. I haven't made a hexagon quilt and never thought I would until right now. The illustrations in that book look so good. I want to give it a try!

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  10. This looks a great book!
    I'm old enough to have made hexies in the 70's when they were all the rage here! I even had a hexie skirt!!!

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  11. I want to make a hexie quilt of my dog too! :-p

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  12. I have never made a hexie project, but it could be time! Such cute projects. Thanks for the give-away.

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  13. I have not made a hexie project before but i have been thinking to start one sometime.
    jchiagan at yahoo dot com

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  14. I am an avid hexaculturalist and would love to have this book. Thank you for the give way.

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  15. I have an old style Grandmother's Flower garden I made years ago ( I was basting it pregnant with my second who will be 21 this July. Almost done with the hand quilting. I love the new trends in this old favorite. Mary Ann

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  16. I am working on a couple small EPP projects. I would love to learn to make hexies without paper!

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  17. I have fought off the hexie craze for a long time and decided this would be the perfect summer travel project would love to win the book to learn how to do it as well as that garden party would make an adorable wall hanging for my wall of little quilts
    thanks!
    kathie

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  18. Th would love to win this!

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  19. I have two hexi quilts in process - one smaller hexi, the other is larger. Thanks for the chance to win the book!

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  20. Hi Victoria - So looking forward to your visit to Wisconsin later this month!!
    I am so addicted to hexagons. I think I have five hexie projects going right now. I find them great for when I am traveling.

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  21. Looks like so much fun!!! tgallop@mts.net - www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  22. Hi Victoria - So looking forward to your visit to Wisconsin later this month!!
    I am so addicted to hexagons. I think I have five hexie projects going right now. I find them great for when I am traveling.

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  23. Thanks for the opportunity to win this book. My brain just doesn't let me make Hexagons. perhaps this book would help me. And God knows I need help. Please I want to win this book.

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  24. I would love to win this book. I am working a hexagon quilt now. Great to work on trips or waiting in Doctor's office.

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  25. The dog quilt is just super amazing. I have made several projects from hexies - several table runners. I would love to have this book.

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  26. I hand-pieced my Kindle sleeve out of hexagons... boy, do I ever laugh when people ask if I sell them- sure, for $200!!! With me and my slow stitching, hexies are definitely for fun, not profit. I actually started a quilt around the same time and told my husband my goal was to have it done by our 10 year anniversary.... 6 years left to finish it, eek! Thanks for the chance to win- the book looks marvelous!

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  27. I can't wait to try this technique and make a hexie runner.

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  28. I love this. I love hexies and would love to learn a new way to make them. A sign copy of this book would be fabulous to add to my craft book collection.

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  29. I love hexagon shapes. THis is a modern twist

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  30. thanks for the chance to win this great book
    I would love to try making these hexies.

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  31. I haven;t made a hexie quilt yet, but I'm, so tempted!

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  32. This does look like a great book. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. The first hexie project that I made was a small clutch bag with small hexies. I am working on a couple of projects right now. Would love to try a new method. The book looks so great. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

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  34. I have not made a hexie quilt. I would love to give this new method a try...probably on a smaller project first though. I like to have take along hand sewn projects to work on.

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  35. Wonderful to see some new ideas and a new techinque for hexies!

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  36. I haven't made a hexie quilt yet but have been thinking about it a lot lately.
    I love the look of the giant hexies with made fabric.
    This book sounds like a lot of fun.

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  37. On my 3rd large hexie quilt, and have done a few wall hangings. Love the handwork!

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  38. The book looks great.I haven`t made a quilt,only little projects.I`m doing blocks to do a big quilt.

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  39. I've already got my paper pieces, but I haven't tried this technique yet. Looks like some great projects in this book!

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  40. Awesome, book would love to try the photo technique.

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  41. would love a chance to win this book and get more inspiration for Hexagons.

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  42. Fun to try and would love to see this book!

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  43. Delightful looking book. Thanks for the chance to add to my hexie inspirations.

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  44. Can't wait to get this book and try out the new technique.

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  45. Never made a hexie quilt, unless tumbling blocks counts as a hexie.

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  46. I am quite addicted to hexies right now so this book would be perfect for new project ideas.
    rmk815 at gmail dot com

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  47. I have a "Forever" Grandmother's Garden project that I work on now & then. I bought the quilt top in a box of fabric @ a garage sale, years ago. It was sooo ugly and poorly put together, I took it apart and have started putting it back together. I would love to win this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. Haven't made a hexie project, yet...this book looks like it is filled with fun ideas!

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  49. I've made some hexies, but never put them in a whole quilt --- used them as flowers or something in a block. This book looks really intriguing --- I like the more contemporary approach.

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  50. I am so looking forward to finding out how these weok

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  51. I'm pretty new to hexies, but am already hooked. I have a goal to make an entire quilt by hand and the hexies will allow me to piece the quilt without a machine. This book looks amazing. Thanks for sharing!!

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  52. Hi! I haven't worked with hexies, yet, but I think they are adorable! And I think winning this book would be the perfect way for me to learn how to hand-piece them for a bed-sized quilt! I'm so excited! I really want to try one! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  53. I would love to learn how to make hexies without the use of paper. Now I just have to win a copy LOL. Thanks for the chance.

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  54. I'm very intrigued to find out how to make hexies without paper!
    Barb@Witsend

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  55. Would love to find out how to make hexies without paper! I have made a grandmother's Flower Garden the english paper piecing way so a new method would be awesome!

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  56. Looks like a great book. I'm just starting on hexies. Have fun in MN. I'll be there in Sept.

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  57. Pick me!! Pick me!! Awesome technique.

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  58. I started a hexie quilt in Jan. Would love to learn how to do it without the papers. Looks like a great book!

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  59. Looks like lots of fun projects! Would love to win!!!

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  60. I haven't tried making hexies yet, and this book looks great!

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  61. Oh yes please!!! I would love to win a copy! All my friends are making hexies and I think the bug has bitten me now. But I'd love to learn how to make them without all that tiresome prep work :*) Thanks so much!!!

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  62. I am working on a twisted hexie project. It is a hexie circled by six half hexies.
    How interesting that this new hexie method does not need the paper to make the hexie. I am intrigued!

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  63. I would love to learn his to make hexies. These look like fun.

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  64. I love hexies. I am currently working on a Field of Diamonds quilt.

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  65. I have a large quantity of hexi's all ready for this so bring it on.

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  66. I would love to win a copy. I am currently working on hexie flowers for a quilt.
    tvbart@charter.net

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  67. I have finished 1 hexie quilt and have about 10 hexie UFOs :)
    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  68. I machine pieced one hexie wallhanging and started another with EPP. I would love to read about their easy method.

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  69. What a great book! I have caught the Hexi Bug it keeps me busy all the time. I almost feel as lost without my Hexi Pack as I do without my phone..thats sayin' somethin' =)

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  70. It looks like a fun book! I haven't made an entire hexie quilt, but I just finished a table runner using papers--this method looks like it would be a lot faster!

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  71. I would love to win this book!

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  72. I have made a hexagon quilt ~ it's all rolled up right next to me at the moment waiting to get a border so it can be quilted.
    Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win!

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  73. I've onlly done some small hexie flowers, but would like to learn the new method! Thanks for a giveaway and blog hop!

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  74. I have done a table topper with hexies.......my goal is to do the "Insanity" hexie quilt!! Thanks for the chance to win the book!

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  75. I have never made a hexie quilt so this book would help me out a lot!
    (smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

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  76. I'm new to hexies and I'm very excited about this book!

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  77. Nothing like a hexie...big or small...

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  78. What a wonderful book. Love the dog quilt, I have been looking at wanting to do a hexie quilt and try my hand at hexies too. This book would be a wonderful way to start. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.

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  79. Looks like a wonderful idea book! Hexies are my favorite to work with! I'm working on my third or fourth quilt right now, and it's going to be king-size! I'd love to see more ideas to use hexies in! Thank you for this giveaway!

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  80. Love the book. I've got 3 hexie quilts started. Thanks!

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  81. Ooh love that last picture shown of the Garden Party. Very pretty. No, I've never made a hexie quilt, but would love to start one for sure.

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  82. thanks for the chance of winning a copy of Hexie Quilts. i love making them and am in fact working on two different quilts as i write this.

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  83. of course I want to win a copy of the book because after have those sweet little hexies, need to put them together into a quilt
    I sure can use this awesome book to help me with that piece of quilt construction too mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com
    Thanks for the chance Victoria!

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  84. Gotta love a good book!!! thank you for the chance.

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  85. of course I want to win a copy of the book because after have those sweet little hexies, need to put them together into a quilt
    I sure can use this awesome book to help me with that piece of quilt construction too mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com
    Thanks for the chance Victoria!

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  86. I've made a grandmother's flower garden for my mother and one in the shape of a rectangle for my husband (hard to explain). I would love to win a copy of the book and try something new. Thanks.

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  87. I have made some small hexie projects and am working on a mini quilt now.

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  88. The book looks fun. I have tons of hexies just waiting for a project.

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  89. The book looks fun. I have tons of hexies just waiting for a project.

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  90. I haven't made any hex quilts, but have used them for patching shirts and pants for the girls when they were young..

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  91. I've been thinking about buying that book so of course I'd love a chance to win it! I have two finished hexie projects and enjoyed making them so I know I'll make more and would love to see the ideas in the book.

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  92. I haven't made anything with hexies yet and I would love to make a hexie dog quilt-that is just my style! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  93. I'm still making my first bed sized hexie quilt - I imagine it will be a lifetime project. But I do have a hexi mini hanging on my wall which I love!

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  94. Oh, what a great book.I love hexies; and it looks like some great, and different to me, projects. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  95. have started hexies with the EPP method and it's slow going but so relaxing and fun. I want this book!!!

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  96. I have never made a hexie project. Taking all those papers out didn't seem like much fun. but this book looks great, especially for the way you can make hexies without papers.

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  97. Passed the three-year mark on my Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt a few months ago... although active time on it is far less than that. It has been sadly neglected since, um, last fall sometime? This book looks like just the thing for getting some hexie mojo back!

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  98. I have yet to make a single hexie, but look forward to it someday soon. Say hi to my family while in MN.

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  99. I have not made a hexie quilt. Would love to try out that beautiful flower basket.

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  100. I have fallen down the rabbit hole of hexagons and feel like Alice discovering a wonderland. Or maybe it is an alternate universe of quilting? In any case, I love it, I cannot stop, and this book would be wonderful.
    Thanks so much!

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  101. I have made a few hexie flowers, but not a whole quilt full. I would love to add this book to my library. Thanks.

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  102. Would love to win this book. Haven't jumped onto the Hexie bandwagaon YET.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  103. This technique looks like I need to try it! I am piecing with paper hexies one is a charm quilt and one will be a grandmothers flower garden quilt. Thanks for the chance to win this book!

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  104. I haven't made a hexie quilt yet because I really didn't want to have to remove the paper or plastic pieces from the hexies. And I didn't want to leave it in either. I am familiar with their technique since my mom is in the same guild as both authors (although Julia has since moved), but I would love to win a copy of their book.

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  105. I am game to learn to love hexi's. The book looks like a keeper...
    Mary

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  106. Tengo previsto iniciar una colcha de exagonos este verano y me vendria muy bien este libro
    gracias
    concha

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  107. This book looks wonderful, can't wait to read it.

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  108. Now that looks like a really cool way to make hexies! Thanks for the give away op.

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  109. This is a great looking book! I love the dachshund! I am working on a big hexie quilt, which I started at Jacquie Gehring's class at QuiltCon. Unfortunately, it's been on the backburner because of some other projects ... I can't wait to get back to it! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  110. I love hexies! I've made one lap quilt that I'm planning on hand quilting, and I'm in the middle of a queen sized diamond hexie quilt that uses 1" hexies. Would love to win the book!

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  111. I really like making hexies. I have about 50 flowers made and almost one row that I have finished putting together. It will be a queen size when it is finished. I also have been collecting 1930 reproduction fabrics to make a Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt. Thanks for the chance to win a great book.

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  112. Love, love, love hexies...and just finished a hexagon quilt that I've been working on. I need new fresh ideas for more.

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  113. I would love to win this book! I particularly like the doggie photo. :)

    Linda

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  114. I would love to win the book! I'm presently making a hexie quilt out of 3 1/2" hexies. I'm hand piecing them instead of the English paper piecing method.
    judysbluequilts@yahoo.com

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  115. Would absolutely love a copy of this book. The authors are marvelous to share this technique with everyone.
    glenda

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  116. One of these days I will finish one or all of the 4 hexie projects I've started. But meanwhile, there's nothing stopping me from starting another one......

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  118. Wow, the dog is amazing. I love the idea of making hexies without papers - at least then I don't have to take them off my daughter as she carefully draws pictures on them. :D
    I haven't made a full quilt with hexies but I have done a couple of small projects and I love how they look and how versatile they are.

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  119. I am working on my FIRST hexie project (EPP) and find it's the perfect take-along! It would be so nice to win a book that supports my new obsession!

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  120. I have a hexie quilt in progress. It's slow going, but Someday, someday! Thanks for a chance to win this book!

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  121. Never made a hexie quilt, it's on my wish list to do, but not had much time working with paper piecing. This book looks like it's taken all that away so the fear can't stand in my way when I get this book. Thanks for showing more of the book. I'm excited all ready. I love her dog quilt, I have been wanting to do a quilt of our beloved Daisy, our beagle. She has been gone for 2 years and her memory will always stay fresh in our minds. sorry, Just wanted to say I think her book would finally make that dream come true. Thanks for the chance.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  122. I would love to win a copy!

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  123. I would lov eto own this book. It looks totally awesome. I am definitely a hexi girl living in a hexi world. I have mad emany hexi projects and have several more in the makeing process. I tote my hexi;s with me everywhere. Thank you for the chance to win this fabulous must have book ...

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  124. I am delighted to see a "new" way to do the hexies. There are so many creative minds the quilting world!

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  125. Interesting to see a new way to do this. Thanks!

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  126. I would love to win a copy of the book. Interesting way to make hexagons.

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  127. Hexi is my middle name! Lol! I am addicted to making them. I would love to win a copy of the book!

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  128. Love what you are doing with the hexies!!! I have a passion for hexies!!! I have several completed projects , but of course more unfinished am looking forward to learning this technique! I have always done English paper piecing which is alot of tracing & cutting!!! Love hexies!
    Becky J

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  129. Of course I have one favourite pattern and that is the haxagon. Now I am making of hexie size 0,25 cm . But Iam looking for new idea's. When I saw this book I thougd WHOW! thats what I need just right now, to make my little tiny quilt.

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  130. I have not hey made a hexi quilt! Bit it is on my list!

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  131. I have never made a hexie quilt but would like to. I think they are so pretty. This technique seems to make it easy and fast. Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of the book. I am definitely going to buy the book if I am not a winner, in the drawing, becuase buying the book will also make me a winner.

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  132. Looks interesting! I would love to win the book to see this method.

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  133. I am working on several hexie projects. There are always new methods to try. This one does looking interesting.

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  134. I'd love to learn a way to do hexies without the papers - thanks for the chance!

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  135. What a fantastic book! Thanks for giving one away!

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  136. Hexie Love!!! I've been making hexies for just a very short time and do love it! Hard to think about doing this without paper. Thank you for the opportunity to win this great book!

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  137. I am working on a hexie quilt now. I love hexies because they make beautiful quilts, but also making them is soothing and very portable. If there is a technique available that would simplify the process, then I am for it.

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  138. Toda una colcha de exágonos no la he hecho. Sí tengo bloques y aplicaciones de hexágonos. Con esta nueva técnica para hacer hexágonos será más fácil y divertido hacer una colcha entera.

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  139. I love hexagon projects. That dog photo is a new idea. Thanks for the review. Kathie L in Allentown

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  140. Hooked on hexies along with the rest of the world, just love them, so addictive!!!!!!!!!!

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  141. I've never made a hexie quilt but maybe now is the time.

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  142. I've never mad a hexie quilt, but am being drawn to them more and more.

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  143. Thanks for the chance to win! I also have never made a hexie

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  144. Hexies are one of my favourites. Would love to win this book.

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  145. Nope I have never worked with Hexies......
    Thanks for the chance to win,
    Safe travels and have a wonderful summer :0)

    Happy Sewing

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  146. I love all the possibilities with hexies and all the creative designs that are possible! I would love to win the book!

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  147. yes, I would love to win a copy of this book. such a neat technique. I love hexagon quilts and am working on one now.

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  148. Oh my! Mickey Blue Eyes is amazing!!! I'd love to win this book - thanks for the chance!

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  149. Ooooh, comment, comment! Really, this book looks like fun - and I have my first hexagon quilt going now...

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  150. It's been a long time since I've made any hexies, but this book looks lovely. Thanks!

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  151. Would love to make a hexie quilt!!!

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  152. This book is intriquing I have done the One Block Wonder Quilt and am now doing two EPP quilts. Working without the papers interests me and I have many icicles cut for yoyo's.

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  153. I love hexies and the projects in this book look great. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

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  154. Am intrigued - a hexie from a circle...... This is a must book and would love to win a copy.

    Terry

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  155. I am on my second hexie but nothing made with circles. I want to try it!

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  156. I like the idea of a quick and easy way to make hexies. This would be a great book to have.

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  157. The book looks interesting. Thanks for sharing. I would love to try it.

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  158. Of course, I want a copy...cqmadhatter at gmail.com

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  159. I have made 5 hexagon quilts, all y hand

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  160. I haven't made a bed quilt but I'd make a table runner and used as appliques on t-shirts. I have a table runner ready to hand quilt. Great take-a-long projects.

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  161. I am just making hexies right now. I figure it will take me a few more years before I have enough to even begin to start piecing some together. The book looks really interesting. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  162. The book has caught my attention.

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  163. Have made several small hexie projects. Thanks for chance to win book on a new method
    QuiltinGram
    cathyc1950(at)gmai(dot)com

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  164. I have never made hexies but would like to try those little cuties

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  165. Haven't made any hexies yet but it's on my list. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  166. Wow, the book looks fantastic. Thank you.

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  167. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  168. WoW! Looks like an awesome book! Love hexies and would love to learn a new way to make them!

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  169. Love a book, every picture looks more intriguing. Thanks.

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  170. I've made quite a few hexagon wall hangings in different styles and techniques. Thanks for joining this block tour, Victoria!

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  171. Here is my comment as I would love to have that book. Yes I have made a small quilt and have hundreds and hundreds of hexies ready to sew into something new!

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  172. I have never made hexagons, but I would love to try!! Thanks so much1

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  173. Have not attempted a whole quilt yet...this book sure would push me in that direction!
    (majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

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  174. Havn't done any hexes. They always scared me, but this looks like fun!

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  175. I have never made a hexi quilt before. I would love to win a copy of Hexi Quilts. You guys make it look so easy.

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  176. I would be sew happy if I would win this book. Thank you.

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  177. I have made a giant hexie quilt with sewn-together triangles, but never one with hand-sewn hexies. I like the idea of this no-paper needed version. Must try.

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  178. I really want to learn how to do these hexie crafts!!!!
    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  179. LOVE the book based on what I've seen!

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  180. Thanks for the opportunity to win this book. It looks like a great project

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  181. what a fabulous book. I just love hexi's. It looks fabulous to be abelt o make the hexi's without the paper templates...woo hooo that has got to speed up the process. But you do have to cut the circles. So I would still need a template for that...But still wow....neat book

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  182. A little late finding you, but thanks to Pat Sloan for being one of the blog stops, I did. It looks like a great book. Like some of the comments, I would still have to cut circles; but a GO BABY would really help with that process! Thanks for the giveaway. Enjoyed your blog today. Safe travels to Minnesota. When I lived in So. Minneapolis (just up the road from Minnehaha Falls), everyone would take off for the weekends to "THE LAKE". Since I was NOT from Minnesota, I would ask, What lake? and the reply was a dead stare...EVERBODY goes to THE LAKE, just not all the same one! :)

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  183. Looks like ome great hexie ideas!

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  184. I haven't made a quilt but I have done some small projects just to try them out. Now I have a growing collection of hexies that one day will be a quilt.

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  185. love hexies and have made a cute blue baby quilt

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  186. Made a quilt? No....but working on loads of them that just might get to quilt size!!

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  187. I can't wait to try a hexie quilt, with the help of this book, of course!

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  188. I've made split or half hexie quilts and hexie star quilts but hand pieced, no. I've always thought hand pieced hexies were a symptom of OCD. BUT I'm going to try them on my next travel when I'm not driving. Have a great time in MN!! I hope to see you at the Duluth show.

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  189. I made a wall hanging using a beading pattern to create a butterfly!!
    would love more new ideas

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  190. I'm always excited to learn a new method of any quilting process. This will be a fun learn with amazing results. Hexies are so versatile and can't wait to try it~

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  191. Looks like at great technique, hexies without paper. Must add to list of future projects ;)
    I loved your quilt in Quiltmaker! Especially the yellow, wauw!

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