Friday, August 10, 2012

No dreaded Y seams required

Here are a few photos showing how the hexagon quilt goes together without y seams. Some of the hexagons are seen together while others remain apart until put together in row. The hardest part is keeping everything organized when the small triangles that make up some of the hexagons are sewn to the completed hexagons. I hope the photos help but since I only have my iPhone here I'm not sure how many photos I can include. I hope you get the idea.


Oops-Lah said...

Yes, that makes a lot of sense. Thanks for "decoding" it for us.

Deborah said...

Thanks! This is really helpful.

Brandie said...

The more I see these colors the more they appeal to be me. You may convert me to a more colorful future!

Bev said...

Gorgeous! and

I just wanted to say thank you for the comment you made on my blog today. I am deeply touched and am so proud to "know" you by blogging. You are the kind of person that makes my heart sing because you are so sweet! I wish you could know how much it means to me! Thank you!

Grateful wave from


Miriam said...

Looove the colours and fabrics you are using!

What a great way to make hexies!! Thank you!