Tuesday, February 22, 2011

New Project
I have started working on a hexagon quilt. I think these
little flower could become addictive. I am using 3/4"
Paper Pieces and using the technique seen on this blog.
We will have hexagon quilt supplies in the shop soon.
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P.S. If you ordered a Ruler Box or 2 thank you. My husband
is busy making more and your order should be shipped
 by the end of the week.


  1. I have become addicted to hexagons, lol.
    They are fun to make and I do mine without paper, so I can work while I watch tv after I cut them. It is fun to use different fabrics and try different ways of making designs.


  2. Hi Sheryl, i have just placed an order for two of your sweet ruler boxes..i just had to have one of each lol!!. I fell in love with the one you gave Kathy Tracy and i'm so glad i found your blog after visiting 'sew unique creations' blog. I live in Australia and when i processed the payment i wasn't charged for the postage so please let me know how much i owe you. cheers, Marian

  3. Hi there! I do the exact same thing as this tutorial,except I like to hide my thread underneath the fabric so all you see are tiny stitches at the corners - even though they will be covered up and nobody will ever see the underside, I just like how neat it looks. I also take a hole punch and punch a hole in the middle of each hexie paper - makes it really easy to remove it with a hemostat or whatever tool you use after you have sewn your whole flower together. Can't wait to get my boxes! They are so cute! :O) Bari

  4. Sheryl, my lovely goodies have arrived and i LOVE them..thanks so MUCH!! cheers, Marian

  5. Hi! I saw your ruler boxes pinned on Pinterest... do you still make/sell them? Thanks for your reply!! Polly