..along with Anthea at Hibiscus Stitches again this EPP Tuesday.
Thank you for hosting us again Anthea. Why don't you pop over to Anthea's to see whats going on.
It was The Champions League Cup Final on Saturday night so the perfect opportunity for me to get some more hexies prepared for my stash. Having ironed a pile of scraps in the afternoon I was able to sit with one eye on the TV while I cut these hexies out.
I got a few hexies basted too and my collection has now graduated from a small Ferrero Roche box to a large Ferrero Roche box! (I think I will need to eat some more soon - oh dear what a shame)
Well, no time to chat, must get on with some more basting.
Until next time, happy sewing.
Oh hey Lin snap, there must be something in the air as you will see from my last Email I to am basting and piecing hexies from my very neglected traveling to and and from uni hexies. X:) Mine where in a take away tub and have been promoted to a cute little lunch box tin. X:)ReplyDelete
Well, it certainly looks like you're ready for your next project..ReplyDelete
a lovely collection of hexies... it's inspiring that you will suffer for your creativity... how big do those ferrero rocher boxes come?ReplyDelete
Might need to store my crafties in them too..
Lovely colours all lined up there Lin... as for the choccy box, I do love to see what people store their hexy things in... go get yourself another container of Ferrero!!ReplyDelete
Ooh they're so pretty - and Ferrero Roche is one of my favorites!ReplyDelete
Love the range of colours, Lin :-)ReplyDelete
Oh dear...more chocolates to eat. What a disaster!ReplyDelete
What a nice assortment of hexies and that's a great way to keep them organized! How tough to have to eat more chocolates to make room for more ;-) 1/2" hexies?? Wow, that's impressive!ReplyDelete
How big do the boxes go??? Always a shame to have to eat choccies but you know we all have to sacrifice for our craft! Good luck with the 1/2" hexies.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the link! I'll check it out.ReplyDelete
A box of beautiful looking hexies Lin.ReplyDelete
They look like sweeties:-)ReplyDelete
The hexies look great in that box lined up by colour!ReplyDelete
Lots of pretty prepped hexies for your pretty flowers :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely fabrics ready for hexie production! How big do the chocolate containers go? Mine have moved to a fishing tackle box!! Lol!!ReplyDelete