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Wooowee! After preparing madly to send off all of our fabric needed at the AQC, as well has hosting our Open Day, we have finally had a little bit of time to slow down and take a deep breath…

This means that for the first time since Quilters Companion published a feature on Robyn and her Scrappy Hexi quilts in their Jan/Feb edition, we actually have time to sit down and upload it to share with all of our friends who didn’t manage to get a copy of it in their crafty little hands!

So here it is – a big thank you Quilters Companion for letting us repost the feature and also for publishing it in the first place!  I’m sure most of you know it by now, but just incase, it is a GREAT Australian publication full of fabulous and inspiring projects that are sure to get your creative juices flowing. If you get the chance, it is definitely worth picking up and having a good read of it!

If you would like to make a Scrappy Liberty Hexi Quilt it is a great way to use up all the little pieces you have laying around – but remember, we also have a huge range of pre-cut Liberty hexies in The Strawberry Thief store to help you on your way… Click here to shop our hexi packs!

Below is the feature on Robyn, keep on scrolling for the Scrappy Liberty Hexi Quilt Tutorial

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Published in Jan/Feb 2017 Quilters Companion

 

Comments
Eileen Mellor
17.12.2017
Love your quilt, Robyn. I have made a Hexie Quilt. Found it very easy to use freezer paper cut to exact size of Hexie and place down onto fabric and cut fabric around shape leaving half a centimetre all round. Iron fabric to Freezer Paper. Fold over fabric and tack or Glue and then whip Hexies together. A quicker method still is to join up Hexies using a small running stitch. This works well. It is a case of what we feel comfortable doing.
The Strawberry ThiefEileen Mellor
17.12.2017
I agree Eileen - whatever works best for you, do it! Glue is such a time saver. Thanks for the tips!

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