It’s Monday!

 

It’s Monday! A whole week ahead of me to work on embellishing my 4 1/2″ hexagons. I’ve finished 15, have 3 yet to be embellished and need to create 2 more. I’ve got lots of pictures to share, hope you enjoy them!

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I’ve created this project board to hold the hexagons, both finished and those in progress. It’s rimmed with beautiful vintage crocheted trim, a nice way of frame the vintage embroidery, laces and trims on the hexies.

Below are progression pictures of a hexagon block, start (upper right) to finish, left.

Happy stitching,

Rhonda

6 thoughts on “It’s Monday!

  1. Hello Rhonda. I discovered your blog today and fell down a rabbit hole! Thank you for the treasure trove of information. I have been collecting vintage linens for years without any clear idea of what to do with them but knowing that I loved them. I am a newly retired teacher and amateur seamstress and I have found your site both inspirational and informative. Thanks again! Now back to obsessive scrolling! 😉

    Tara

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  2. This is Truely the inspiration l needed.
    Love that you share how to start to finish,
    l will be watching your blog & hope to post
    My first embellished HEXAGON. I copied
    Your Hexagon pictures for future reference.

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    1. Thank you! If you want tons of my hexagon pics, go over to Pinterest where my address is: RDort1 and go to my boards titled: My Second Chances hexagon…
      and My Blocks CQJP both 2015 and 2016.

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  3. These are so beautiful. I really love hexagons. I have made some similar to these, but I kept them separate and use them as mug rugs. Love your work.

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