What are you doing here, Chippie?
I have something to tell you!
You should go over to Tilde’s blog and see her great tutorial about how to piece Inklingo hexagons partly by machine and partly by hand.
It’s called “hybrid piecing” by Inklingo quilters. It’s great!
Friend to friend, here is a great tip!
A hexagon quilt can be fast AND portable with Inklingo!
Wow! I can relax and sew on the front porch and still finish fast!
Yes! Do the insets by hand for a wonderful, relaxing portable project.
We could sit here together.
It’s always more fun to be with friends.
Tilde sews hexagons in rows, some seams by machine, some by hand.
2. Use fine thread in the machine seams, so they will not be bulkier than the seams you piece by hand.
Printing the shapes with Inklingo makes it possible!
I could just kiss you for that!
And you know, except for the tiniest hexagons, all Inklingo shapes are suited to hybrid piecing!
Okay, which way to Copenhagen? Click here to virtually go to Copenhagen.
Thank you Tilde for a fabulous tutorial!
You can click on any of these photos for close-ups, but then nip over to Tilde’s blog, okay?
Thank you for visiting us on the front porch!
Linda & Monkey
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