Its been a long time since I linked up with Scraptastic Tuesday but yesterday I decided to have a sorting out of fabric. I probably don’t have enough scraps to make a whole quilt so this might end up as a large cushion or small throw. I’ll have see how it grows. I’ve also never done EPP hexies before. If they are addictive as everyone says, I may have to start adding some non-scrap fabrics. In the meantimes I have plenty to be going on with…
I’m linking this post with Nicky at Mrs Sew and Sow for Scraptastic Tuesday.
Janine @ Rainbow Hare
8 thoughts on “A Little Bit Scraptastic…”
They ARE addictive. I save scraps and a couple of times a year convert them to little hexes. I hope to have enough before I die to make a quilt. If not, my daughter has instuctions, lol.
Oh yes, EPP can be very addictive!
Janine I haven’t the patience for EPP but admire everyone who does! Looks like a great beginning. Thank you for linking up to #scraptastictuesday!
soma @ whimsandfancies.com
Those scrappy hexies are looking very cute, Janine! Since I started quilting with a US queen size hexie quilt which I am still working on, I am afraid I have lost my addiction toward hexie projects. I should have started with something small :)
Celtic Thistle Stitches
In years to come Janine you may look back on this post and realise what you had started! These little hexies may turn out to be the beginning of a lifelong addiction :)
Oooh….hexies….they are addictive, Janine. Once you start playing with a hexie there is no going back.
Those hexies are looking good, Janine. I love hexies…well any EPP actually and yes they are totally addictive! lol
I didn’t get what all the fuss was about epp and hexies…that is, until I tried it! Oh boy, now I’m hooked. I started small, making hexie flowers and appliqueing them to 10″ squares…that quilt top is almost done. Have I stopped making hexies??? Nope. Now I’m starting to cut all my scraps into hexie sized pieces…
Your hexies look great, your stack will grow on you before you know it ;-)
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