Ruler-FMQ Quilting a Hexagon Quilt

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21 Responses

  1. Thank you for joining in the linky party! I love the way you quilted this and it is a fun way to keep in mind for hexies!

  2. Denise says:

    It looks great. I have found the more seams in a quilt the more thread breakage I have. Your quilt looks wonderful and the new bundle of joy will cherish it.

  3. Janice Snell says:

    What a beautiful job you did, I love it,🤩🤩🤩

  4. Kathryn says:

    Fantastic. Amazing what a good night’s sleep brings!

  5. Cocoa Quilts says:

    You are doing an awesome job with the quilting. Those look great. I like that you shared how you went from hexi to hexi.

  6. Mickie says:

    What a great project and kudos to you for figuring it out! It looks FABULOUS!!!

  7. Oh my gosh, I NEVER would have persevered through all those quilting challenges, but wow, was the result worth it. I really love how the quilting turned out. What a wonderful quilt which I’m sure will be loved and treasured. Have a great weekend, Mary.

  8. You may have struggled with quilting this hexi quilt, but you were successful in the end!
    Excellent !
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  9. lenneamw says:

    It turned out great! Nice work!

  10. Oh wow!!! Your Ta-da is great!! that quilting looks so good on this quilt!

  11. Great stroll through your arduous journey to complete this quilt – and a great result from your determination to make all things just right.
    Hip-hip-horray!

  12. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, WOWZERS!!! You did an amazing job free motion quilting this lovely design! It is to bad that you had problems at the start, yet you overcame them and created a beautiful quilt! Truly, I wish that shipping costs were not so danged expensive, because I would send you all of my quilt tops that you wanted to practice on and let you create any design you desired!! Keep up the marvelous creativity that you have, continue reaching out just past your comfort zone, plus most importantly (I believe) have a blast learning and creating and you will be a pro ( in my eyes you already are) in no time at all. Have a great day!

  13. Rochelle Summers says:

    Roseanne, such a great job. Your work looks so good, front and back. Like that turquoise binding. I’m sure mother and baby will really love this work of art. Great job and great photos!

  14. chrisknits says:

    Love your loves from yesterday and adore this quilt and your quilting! Thanks for the diagram explanations!!

  15. What a terrific job quilting this! I, too am in need of longer straight edge ruler for either my machine or longarm….one day. Oh, what do you sew on? Thinking of a new machine for Maine, mine is giving me fits! Oh, and I think this works for the Tips on the 22nd!

  16. Dawn says:

    Great job with the quilting Roseanne! I enjoyed reading your tutorial and process for the design. I’m sure that quilt will be loved by the new mom and baby.

  17. That is such a fun design and it looks great on the hexies. I’m sure this quilt will be loved for many years to come!

  18. Your hexagon baby quilt turned out beautifully, Roseanne! Sounds like quilting design was a learning opportunity… Good for you for sticking with it!

  19. Connie says:

    The quilt turned out beautifully! I am very leery of doing my own quilting by machine, so I learned a lot here…thank you!

  20. Vicki in MN says:

    Sorry you had such a hard time with it. But I also know that since you have done so many hexie’s with this design you can now do it in your sleep;) It looks super, ya done good:)

  21. Laura says:

    I am sure others will benefit from your experiences and tutorial for this design, Roseanne! Thank you for sharing! The end result really looks wonderful!
    I think you might be more of a perfectionist than I am. 🙂

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