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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Slow Sunday Stitching #3

It has been a productive week for my hand stitching this past week.  I had some idle moments waiting for events to start after I was seated, and by having a zip lock bag with my hexis and clover clip I was able to complete an additional three hexagon flowers!

On the left is a 1/2" hexagon blue flower - it is 2 5/8" across.  The two right flowers are made with 7/16" hexis, which is 2 5/16" across, almost 3/8" difference in size.

Considering I used to consider "hand" sewing a four letter word, and started with 2" hexis, that I am now able to work smaller I consider a big accomplishment.  And I am able to use charm squares and scraps as my fabric supply to created my future hand stitched garden.  A slow journey for sure, but one worth the wait.

Linking up with Slow Sunday Stitching at Kathy's Quilts.  Why not check out what other slow Sunday Stitchers are up to?

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