April OMG – Hexagon Baby Quilt Top

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  1. Oh I know this is going to be spectacular. Stay safe, Roseanne. Sending big hugs from far away.

  2. patty says:

    Lovely large hexis – Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

  3. Great choice and a fun pattern for a baby quilt. I’ll be interested to see your border/no border choice. The problem of course is the binding….its a lot of twists and turns. I did take one that I just “hacked off the edge” so I could bind straight (it was an antique one that I never would have finished otherwise. It is happily on someone’s bed so I am happy with that decisions!

  4. Kathryn says:

    That’s a really interesting way of doing a hexagon pattern and I do hope it works out as you want. And for a new baby – now that is incentive. All the best.

  5. It is hexi time and you are rockin it! The colors look great too:). Maybe more time in the month means more time for fun projects like this one!😊❤️

  6. Hi Roseanne,
    The Stonehenge fabrics are perfect for your half-hexie quilt. It’s going to look great!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  7. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, I would really love to know your thoughts on piecing this quilt. Like you, I have never really been interested in doing a Hexagon quilt. After seeing your posts and several other posts on very “easy” patterns, I am very tempted. I honestly adore the fabric combination that was chosen. I always look forward to your posts and seeing progress on your quilts and of course any other part of life you wish to share! Stay safe, you and Sue are always in my prayers!

  8. Oh!! This reminds me of how much I would love to make the hexagon quilt in AP&Q recent issue. I love the colours of yours! And also reminds me to set an OMG….

  9. Rochelle Summers says:

    You are doing a wonderful job. Love Stonehenge fabrics and I will watch your progress with the hexies to see if I want to try such a project. Like that you’ve done it with no “Y” seams.

  10. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Those fabrics are gorgeous and can I say that this pattern is one of my all time favs?? I have the rulers from MSQC (both for the charms squares and the layer cakes). And I know your FMQ loving brain is already working on a quilting plan. Looking forward to progress updates!

  11. Looking good, you two! Another fun project to keep you out of trouble (haha)!

  12. lenneamw says:

    Love the Stonehenge! But will pass on the hexies. Lol. Not sure if April will be much better, but we all have lots of time to sews. Take care.

  13. I love all things hexie! You could use a solid fabric and cut quarter hexies to finish and begin each row giving the quilt a border on the sides, for top and bottom use the same solid as half hexie! If I’m totally confusing you I can send you picture of quilt I made to give you a visual. The Stonehenge fabrics are really pretty!

  14. Hexie baby is coming along nicely, love those fabric choices. I adore anything with hexie’s!!

  15. Laura says:

    The Stonehenge fabrics are really pretty…nice choice! 🙂

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