Friday, November 18, 2011

Piecemakers on Monday

I belong to a wonderful bee called Piecemakers.  We meet at the church once a month and have a great time together.  At the beginning of each year we ask the members to sign up to lead a program and November was my month.

I decided to show them the hexagon table topper.  I learned this in Las Vegas this summer and taught it again at the Tiny Stitches retreat.  It has been very popular.

Here is the results of the morning.

Lots of different fabric choices but each of them turned out wonderful.  I made the two in the lower left corner.  They still need to have the backing attached and turned.

Next I want to make the sizes of the strips smaller and see if I can make an ornament sized one.  I think it would be cute.  Stay tuned!



  1. I love this pattern -- I think it's so cool!! Can't wait to see more! :)

  2. What a lovely pattern!

  3. After your previous post about these I whipped up 2 as Christmas gifts. So fast and easy! I'm thinking that maybe smaller ones would make great coasters so I'll be trying that out soon. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

  4. Those are great block! I also like your green/black/white header. :)

  5. Funny....I was working on some of these today with Christmas Fabric. It's nice to see what others use.

  6. Love your hexagons. I made a Halloween quilt like that several years ago. Did I ever tell you that my bee is called Piecemakers too?


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