My keyboard is smoking! I let off a little steam in a new article for QuiltingHub.
Hexagons are driving me crazy these days!
In reverse order:
4. English Paper Piecing Rescue
3. Choice of Methods – EPP or Running Stitch
2. Bad Info about Fussy Cutting – Oh No!
1. Size of Hexagons
Are you are crazy about hexagons too? If so . . .
. . . click to see Crazy about Hexagons on QuiltingHub!
Monkey’s Best Tip
quilters who have actually used it. – See more at: http://www.quiltinghub.com/Resources/Articles/ctl/ViewArticle/mid/462/ArticleID/210#sthash.sTS0SrQR.dpuf
It’s a good idea to get advice about using Inklingo
from quilters who have actually used it.
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Monkey says it will be very interesting to see the ratings from non-Inklingo quilters too. (Some of them might not like it.)
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It’s a perfect day to sit on the porch. 82F (28C) with a light breeze. I’ve got a nice shady spot and a pile of hexagons, okay?
I hope you enjoy the new article and that it inspires you to sew some hexagons too.
Linda & Monkey
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