My first table top

A few days back India completed its 65th Republic Day celebration and true to the colours I wanted to complete a project in saffron, white and green, some blue added... When I saw these lovely polka dotted hexies, Anjeanette's hexie tables runner came to mind. I promptly got the hexies and started the project. But... Continue Reading →


A wonderful week

As my househelp asked for a cloth for dusting, I quickly conjured up a dusting cloth by hand stitching bright hexies into a fat quarter and side stitching the fabric 🙂 Love the brightness and contrast of colours. Next, I tried out a back pattern at it turned out just perfect with some machine embroidery... Continue Reading →

A hot pad or a mug rug…

I love the colours in the mug rug/hot pad(am yet to decide if its a mug rug or a hot pad). The yellow, I think, looks lovely in the afternoon sun and the hexagon flower is one from my collection that would have made it to the grandmother's flower garden quilt. I quilted the background... Continue Reading →

November end

My ever growing stack of hexies has reached 70 with the addition of last week's 7. The big plan is to make 30 more flowers in the last 30 days of the year. A round figure of 100 would be good to start making the borders 🙂

More hexies

I am slowly getting obsessed by the hexies. Slowly inching towards the flowers in the grandmother's flower garden ... Linking it to {Sew} Modern Monday and

WIP Wednesday:Kitchen Towels

Lovely kitchen towels with triple hexagons in contrasting colours. Although the sides are not stitched yet, I wish to complete them at the earliest and send them as gifts to family members. Owing to the beginning of the festive season here, one of them has embroidered stars. Connecting it to linky party WIP Wednesday !

FNSI: Hexies

I love hexies as you would have seen in several of my posts. I somehow find them very relaxing and de-stressing or a go-to project when I am watching tv. So this Friday was hexie time... First I cut up fabric squares and basted them and then side stitched to form 6 hexie flowers.WoW! I... Continue Reading →

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