Pieced Hexagons by Marlowe and Monkey

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I have stacks of shapes printed and cut and ready to sew on the front porch.

The weather is perfect for it and the chipmunks have been visiting my windowsill.

I might even get lucky and catch a photo of one of the babies.

 

Print shapes on fabric with Inklingo and sew anywhere.

The fabric is decided, the shapes are perfect.

With Inklingo, I can print and rotary cut the shapes quickly. It makes the prep so easy that I can always be ready to sew on a lovely summer day.

This interlude is brought to you by Christopher Marlowe (1591) & Monkey (2013).

Was this the face that launch’d a thousand ships,
And burnt the topless towers of Ilium?
Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss.
Her lips suck forth my soul: see where it flies!
Come, Helen, come, give me my soul again.
Here will I dwell, for heaven is in these lips,
. . . . . . Doctor Faustus (Christopher Marlowe 1591)

 

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Linda & Monkey

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2 thoughts on “Pieced Hexagons by Marlowe and Monkey”

  1. Hi, Linda! Have not quilted anything(!) since moving from Michigan, but your new endeavor might get met back on board. Give Monkey a squeeze for me!

    Hugs,
    Nan (yoganan, formerly from St. Joseph, MI)

  2. To sew, or not to sew… Is Inklingo the question?
    Whether tis by hand or machine, it blows the mind to think
    How easy it is to sew in the house, or on the porch, outrageous hexes
    And with Inklingo patterns, oppose a sea of UFOs and finish them!

    I <3 hexagons… Thanks for today's poem Monkey!

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