19 August 2010

Hexie Caddy Pincushion

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Two weeks ago, I made this pincushion caddy . After much advice from my blogging buddies, I decided not to do a tutorial. It is after all a pattern from a book, even though I made it without the book !


As you may know, I love hexagons! I’ve made

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laundry basket covers
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applique
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coasters
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placemat
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table runner
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tote


I’ve searched Flickr, Google and YouTube but no one seem to have made this…..
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My very own ‘Hexie Caddy Pincushion’ !


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It’s all totally handstitched!!!
This is going to my mummy.

May I interest anyone with a tutorial?


bye butterfly





Penny joined these parties!
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29 comments:

  1. Well done Penny....and why not a tutorial?
    Hugs Khris

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  2. wow...that's awesome penny...i would love to see your tutorial.

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  3. All your hexies are lovely - I am afraid if I start doing some I WILL NOT finish those things lurking in the cupboard... I think a tutorial would be great (I might even be tempted to try some hexies for that!!) - it's a beautiful pincushion.... Hugz
    Fiona

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  4. why now? it is really great .
    Hugs Dawn x x

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  5. It looks great! I would love to see a tute for it!

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  6. I reckon a tutorial would be fabulous :) It looks great! Hugs Vicki

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  7. Oh yes, yes. A tutorial would be so appreciated!

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  9. I love love love this pincushion! If you do a tutorial, I will add it to the pattern links I have on my site of pincushion patterns and tutorials and I will make one for myself!!!

    I have added you to the list of blogs I read on my site too! Thanks for sharing my button!!!

    Take care
    carla louise
    www.ohsewaddicted.com

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  10. I LOVE it! And, I would certainly enjoy a tutorial. I can envision a neater sewing area already! ~karen

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  11. ok i love the pincushion caddy!!

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  12. That's fabulous! A tutorial would be great!

    Thanks again for linking up, hope to see next week.

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  13. Oh I just adore your hexagons!! And your caddy is just precious. :o)
    A tutorial would be wonderful.
    I hope you have a nice weekend.
    Sincerely ~ Tricia

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  14. One can never have too many places for our needles and pins. When they are so pretty, it is even better!

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  16. Yes, by all means, make a tutorial! These would make great Christmas gifts. You sew such beautiful things, Penny! :o) Stopping by from LushStuff. Thanks for sharing. Happy Sewing! :o)

    Larri at Seams Inspired

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  17. The hexie pincushion/caddy is a fabulous idea! Beautiful! I enjoyed the peek at your other hexie related projects too.

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  18. Cut caddie! A "tute' would be fab!

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  19. Nicely done! I'd like to see a tutorial.

    I especially like that hexie tote!

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  20. Very clever, a tutorial would be interesting!

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  21. This is absolutely adorable and very clever!

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  22. It's awesome! A tute would be so very nice!

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  23. Saw you on Lush Friday and Sew and Tell! Your stuff is sew cute!

    You should also join the linky party at Hoo's Got Talent! See you there :)

    carla louise
    www.ohsewaddicted.com

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  24. super cute way to make a dual purpose pincushion - less clutter too!

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  25. wow that is a lot of great hexagon work!!! this project is very cute and functional too. you can not beat that

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  26. A Tutorial would be Great! Love the Hexies.
    And just so am following the rules as I dont have my own blog yet - I popped by from Amylouwho's Sew and Tell.
    Thanks for sharing your fab idea.

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