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Monday, April 06, 2015

Hexie Love E-Magazine! Give-Away!

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**NOTE** This Give-Away has ended!  Congrats to our winner!  Be watching for more Give-Aways coming up soon!

There is a new e-magazine available for download!

If you love your kindle, your ipad, your cell phone or your laptop – this magazine is for you!

When I was asked by Julia Wood if I would participate in a blog hop for the release of her premier issue on Joomag, I of course said YES!

You know I have been working with hexagons since the mid 1990s.

The first grandmother’s flower garden quilt was made with 1.5” hexies, traced with a template, cut with scissors and hand stitched with a 1/4” seam allowance in the traditional hand piecing method.  This project occupied hours and hours of time while waiting on the side lines for things like swimming lessons, soccer practice, baseball practice and games, and gymnastics while my boys were growing up.

I hand quilted that quilt and learned how nasty warm & natural is to hand quilt with….NEVER NEVER AGAIN! HA!

I started the large project below in 1999 when my grandmother’s health was failing and I was needing something to occupy not only my waiting time but my travel time:



Notice that date? 2012!

It took me nearly 14 years to finish this top, it was off again, on again and then became my ONLY traveling project. 

Hexies are SO easy to work with on the go, as long as you do a bit of prep work ahead of time and keep your busy bag at the ready!
 
You can find my hexie tutorial HERE.

This top is now ready for quilting – but my life is too busy to do the hand quilting I want to do on it at this time.  I searched for a completed photo ---there is one here somewhere on the blog, but I couldn't find it!

Of course once you are hexie-hooked you can’t stop, and within a few weeks of finishing this top, I started another.

Progress to date:

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Fill in section #5 of 6 slowly growing as I travel!

It's taken me nearly 2.5 years to get to this point.

Now, this post isn't just about me and my love of hexies – it’s about the release of a brand new book MORE Quick &Easy Hexie Quilts by Julia Wood! 

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Fun fun fun!
Note from Julia:
This is my second book using the circle technique for making hexies.
 It includes 10 patterns for quilts and related items.
Complete instructions are given for making hexies from circles of fabric.
The patterns in the book can be made with ANY hexagon technique, including English paper piecing. 
And ESPECIALLY about the release of the online Magazine, HEXIE LOVE!

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A hello from Julia!

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Table of Contents!  These are the goodies you will find in the issue!

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Are you itchin’ to be stitchin’ ??

This quilt is called Odyssey!

About Odyssey: 
Center medallion of the progressive quilt, ODYSSEY, which is patterned in parts within each issue of this year’s Hexie Love – By the end of the year, a subscriber will have all the step in the pattern.
Julia and the nitty gritty about Hexie Love:   
I started Hexie Love at the beginning of this year. I wear ALL the hats in the production process – I’m the editor, manager, etc. At this point it is only digital.

Hexie Love includes articles by talented hexagon quilt artist from all over the world. There is always a scrappy hexie pattern, a small hexie project or two, a book review, and lots more hexagon inspiration!
There are 6 issues per year priced at $5.99 each. A year’s subscription is $26.99.
For more information on MORE Quick & Easy Hexie Quilts AND Hexie Love Magazine, visit Julia’s Blog.

To celebrate kicking off this blog hop, we are having a giveaway for a free digital issue of HEXIE LOVE!

Leave me a comment below in the comments section to be entered to win.
 
Small print:
 
No, you can’t email your comment in, you can’t comment in the guest book, you can’t comment on facebook or instagram…it has to be HERE. On this post.  So I can use the random number generator to choose our lucky winners.  It’s only fair that way!

If you are a blogger or google user, PLEASE check your profile to make sure your email address is visible and I can reach you.  If there is no email address on your profile I have to choose someone else.  If you are commenting as anonymous you must leave your name and your email address so I can reach you.

When in doubt, just please leave your email address!  It’s that simple!

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I will be drawing for our lucky winner on Tuesday, April 14th at the end of the blog hop.  Be sure to visit all of the participants on their day, they all have surprises for you as well!

April 6  Bonnie Hunter
http://quiltville.blogspot.com
April 7  Catherine Redford
http://catherineredford.com
April 8   Linda Franz
http://www.lindafranz.com/blog/
April 9  Cheryl Sleboda
http://muppin.com/wordpress/index.php/blog/
April 10
Geta Grama
http://cadouri-din-inima.blogspot.com
April 11 
Victoria Findlay Wolfe
http://bumblebeansinc.blogspot.com
April 12 Becky Campbell 
https://www.facebook.com/sewforeverquiltingbybeckycampbell
April 13 Joan Shay
https://www.facebook.com/joan.mooreshay


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450 comments:

  1. This is a fabulous giveaway. I've been thinking about learning paper piecing. Thank you!

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  2. That's a lot of heroes in a year - but looks interesting.

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  3. Awesome!! I'm ready to be hexed!
    keptinstitches2014@gmail.com

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  4. I would love to check out this new magazine online. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. I think it's time to get my hexie project back out of the closet. Maybe this e-zine will help me out of my slump.

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  6. Wonderful giveaway; thanks!

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  7. Would love to win this book. Thanks for the giveaway. My hexie projects have been small so far but looking forward to expanding.
    jonnieaz@knology.net

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  8. I have an "on-the-go" hexie project and could do with some inspiration on what to do with those little flowers. Thanks for the chance to win some help.

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  9. Loving hexies!!! Gonna spend today day in a hospital waiting area with a friend whose hubby is having surgery ...my Hexie kit will be definitely useful! I'd love a copy of this book, as my quilt top is almost finished and I'm looking for my next long term slow piecing project!
    cathyjanehale@yahoo.com

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  10. I would love the chance to check out this magazine.
    Frog2quilt@gmail.com

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  11. I am obsessed with hexies! Can't wait to check out the new magazine.

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  12. Would love to win. Thanks.

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  13. Love Hexies! Put me down!

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  14. I can't wait to see the inspiring projects in this new magazine

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  15. Would like to check out the new magazine, especially since it has hexies in which are my favorite way to do quilts

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  16. I love hexies, and would love to win!

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  17. Anonymous7:28 AM EDT

    Love hexies. Need inspiration.

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  18. Would love to check this magazine out. I am a newbie to hexies and am still working on my first project.

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  19. Anonymous7:30 AM EDT

    I love hexies! Such a great travel project. I'm sure some will be travelling to Paducah with me in a couple weeks!
    brooksfarm@wekz.net

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  20. I would love a copy of the new hexie magazine - making lots of hexies, just haven't put them together yet so would be a great tutorial!! loves2quilt05@gmail.com

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  21. Rebecca Marsteller7:31 AM EDT

    Love the look of the magazine.

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  22. Love hexies! Mine is at a standstill right now. I believe your finish pic is somewhere around Oct 8, 2012.

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  23. I have had my hexie project taking over half my living room for two weeks now! Trying to get everything ready to take on an upcoming trip. This looks like a wonderful magazine and I can't wait for the book. Thanks! mrsstrache@aol.com

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  24. Anonymous7:37 AM EDT

    Sundownquilter@gmail.com
    Would love, love , love to win. Just started my first English paper piecing project and would love to graduate to hexes.
    Joni

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  25. I have followed her blog for awhile now. Made her 2014 BOM hexie quilt and have her first book. I would love to have the new book and magazine.

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  26. Anonymous7:44 AM EDT

    maybe I will catch the hexie bug

    Maureen
    maureen_1999_1999@yahoo.com

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  27. I love hexies!!!
    Carolinafiberartist@gmail.com

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  28. Just the kick off I needed to jump in an start my Henie project!

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  29. cool, love hexies, can take them anywhere

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  30. Very interesting, would love to win.

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  31. My current hexie project has stalled. Maybe I need some inspiration for a push! I would love to win.

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  32. Hi Bonnie
    I'm on my second hexie quilt.. Mine will be a table runner. Thanks for the opportunity to win. See you in August at Mary Kovals workshop.
    Jane Kmetz
    janekmetz@gmail.com

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  33. I have been sitting on the sidelines of hexie so for a while.....but these projects may just put me over the edge into the obsession.

    crazyquiltpatcher. AT yahoo. DOT. Com

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  34. Anonymous7:54 AM EDT

    This could be exciting!

    Pam

    pjfowler2000@yahoo.com

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  35. Hexes are very hot right now ! Love all the design possibilities! Njquiltappraisr@aol.com

    Karen d

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  36. Anonymous7:55 AM EDT

    Love Hexies! Donnam317@yahoo.com

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  37. I'm addicted to hexes! Need more inspiration.

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  38. I'm hexed by hexies and have a Grandmother's Flower Garden "blooming" in my go bag. Looking forward to the Paducah Rotary Antique Quilt show this year - all hexies!! Thanks for the opportunity for this exciting new e-magazine :)

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  39. I will definitely need to check out this magazine. Thanks for the heads up about it.

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  40. Would love to receive this! That cover quilt is amazing!

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  41. Wow! I just saw Julia's new book advertised yesterday -it's on my "must" list. After all, the first hexie book has allowed me to successfully make hundreds of them on my way to do a daisy-themed quilt. If the magazine is anything like her books, it is certain to be a success! I hope I win:)

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  42. Hexie afflicted! BTW,how does one assemble a gfg on the go when it grows too big!

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  43. Anonymous8:06 AM EDT

    I have been working on a cathedral window for years as we travel to AZ each year for 5 months . I am nearly done with it this would be a good progect next.
    My email is anna626297@yahoo.ca

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  44. Anonymous8:06 AM EDT

    I, also, am hooked on hexies. I have 3 projects in the works and am starting a fourth. I LOVE them!

    Thimblewiz@yahoo.com
    Amy Cotham

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  45. Anonymous8:06 AM EDT

    I enjoy doing hexies. I would love to win.

    Pamela
    pbudesheim@comcast.net

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  46. dap2762@gmail.com8:09 AM EDT

    I am also hexie addicted, please add me to the giveaway. Thank you.

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  47. What a nifty idea, an e-zine. I would love to win a copy. Donnahfisher@earthlink.net

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  48. I am just starting out in English paper piecing please add me. vwlover71@gmail.com

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  49. Digital magazines definitely fit our current lifestyle. They are also friendly to the environment!

    silverthimble@shaw.ca

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  50. Hexies scare me! Ha! This is a great opportunity to learn. Thanks!

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  51. Anonymous8:22 AM EDT

    I would love a copy! Good luck on the magazine adventure. Julie in ms, plutosmom@gmail.com

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  52. Hexes are such a great portable project and I need some new inspiration.

    Christine from Ontario
    ccurrie1952@gmail.com

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  53. Anonymous8:23 AM EDT

    love hexies. would love to see different ways to use them.
    jennycam1@bigpond.com

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  54. I love hexies! I have a grandmother's flower garden in progress. would love to win this book.
    ckwood@charter.net

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  55. I am a hexie fan and your books look like something that I MUST HAVE! tHANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY OPPORTUNITY!

    sao in Midlothian, VA

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  56. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  57. Barbara Rogers8:26 AM EDT

    I love hexies! This is the President's challenge for my quilt guild this year. Thank you for your generosity. bmccoll7@aol.com

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  58. A new magazine to ponder and drool over. Love hexies!!

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  59. This is a fabulous giveaway. I love hexis and my iPad.
    Would love to win this ebook.
    Thank you very much for this giveaway.

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  60. I'm working on a Lucy Boston POTC quilt as my "need something to do" hand project. It has me hooked on hexies! This would be a great win. Thanks, Bonnie!!

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  61. Would love to win as I love hexis. The more inspiration the more hexis,

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  62. Wanting to learn hexies. This looks wonderful!

    njhorsley55@gmail.com

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  63. Love EPP. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  64. Anonymous8:33 AM EDT

    Hexies and digital. Great combo

    andrea at harles dot com

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  65. Looks like a fun magazine! You inspired me to start my own hexie project when I visited Yellowstone 2 years ago--I needed something to keep me busy on the long flights. I don't travel much so progress is slow, but I'm enjoying it.

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  66. I'd love to win a copy of the Hexie Love e-magazine. My quilt guild made a queen sized quilt for a fund-raiser using the Quick and Easy Hexie method.

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  67. I looooove hexies! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  68. I'm just starting my journey with hexies: I love patchwork, but, because of a medical issue involving my legs, there are days when I really have to just sit. I don't want to just sit and do nothing... So, having watched your progress, Bonnie, I have decided to give it a good try. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

    ltaylor055@yahoo.com

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  69. Anonymous8:37 AM EDT

    Great giveaway! I haven't done any hexies yet, but some day I will.

    Claudia
    cboling2000@yahoo.com

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  70. Anonymous8:38 AM EDT

    Just another hexie fan working on a scrap grandmothers flower garden and other various hexie ideas. Thanks for all you share.

    Linda S.
    ml2steph@aol.com

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  71. Love the hexies and would love to win! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  72. This looks like a great magazine! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  73. I have been enjoying making hexes when I am unable to be home in front of my sewing machine. I also really like digital magazines because I can have them all in one place to take with me to read anywhere I happen to be. This new ezine looks so interesting. Cathy cjcathyj1@gmail.com

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  74. I have been enjoying making hexes when I am unable to be home in front of my sewing machine. I also really like digital magazines because I can have them all in one place to take with me to read anywhere I happen to be. This new ezine looks so interesting. Cathy cjcathyj1@gmail.com

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  75. I've already been reading Hexie Love and it's gotten me wanting to finish up the first hand pieced hexie quilt I started and move onto the second. Bonnie, you always inspire more hexie quilts too!

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  76. Anonymous8:42 AM EDT

    I would LOVE to win this. Never done a hexie and would like to try one.
    Thanks,
    Susan
    susan.zimmerman62@gmail.com

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  77. I have become addicted to Hexie's. They are like potato chips, you can't make just one. Looking forward to see ing the new magazine.

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  78. Anonymous8:44 AM EDT

    Love Hexies and I enjoy reading my quilting magizines in a digital format. I sure would love to win.
    kaybrand58@yahoo.com

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  79. Anonymous8:46 AM EDT

    How fun I love hexies. Verity
    creekmor@hotmail.com

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  80. I've always loved the look of hexies and now I'm hooked on the process, thanks to you, Bonnie! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  81. Anonymous8:47 AM EDT

    I love hexies! They are truly addictive....

    yquiltsalot@comcast.net

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  82. I've been wanting to learn this technique!

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  83. Thank You for a great give-a-away. I already have some small hexie projects going.

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  84. I love hexie quilts! I really need to start one.

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  86. Janie Steele8:54 AM EDT

    rodnjane@aol.com. I am making Mary Tolman hexie quilt

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  87. Anonymous8:55 AM EDT

    I am also addicted to hexis. Have done a couple of 1/4 inch ones--- what fun!! amdust@metrocast.net






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  88. Oh my. Not only can you travel with ease with the hexies but you can travel with ease with the hexie mag. Anninstitches@gmail.com

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  89. I would love to add this to my collection of books! Thanks! Janet

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  90. I love to make hexies and as you say, they are so portable that you can take and work on them anywhere. I am working on a small quilt at this time and hope to finish it soon.

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  91. Yes, I'd love to win!
    Thanks for the chance.

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  92. I enjoyed reading about your first hexi project - I made a queen sized traditional grandmother's flower garden, around the early '90s time frame as well...drawing around a template, cutting out with a scissors and hand piecing. I went on to hand quilt and hand bind as well. It was a wonderful journey and I am in the planning stages of doing another! Thank you for the chance to win! Sherry
    swhalen944@yahoo.com

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  93. I'm doing my first hexie quilt now and I'm hooked. I love doing these.

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  94. I would love to try my hexies

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  95. Anonymous9:09 AM EDT

    I love hexies and would love to win! Thanks for the chance, Judy Bowring, John.bowring@sympatico.ca

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  96. I'd like to learn this one!

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  97. I'm currently working on a hexi project using my civil war reproduction fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway and all the inspiration you provide.

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  98. Anonymous9:13 AM EDT

    Would love to win. Made a Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt years ago, ready to learn more.
    Sandy
    slbradt@gmail.com

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  99. Anonymous9:14 AM EDT

    I have been hexed! Would love this magazine.

    Kathy
    Klstolhand@yahoo.com

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  100. Lots of hexi love going on here! I think it's time to step up my grandmothers flower garden project!!

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  101. You had me at Hexy! :)

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  102. Awesome giveaway. Never bought a digital magazine would love to try one, and it's about hexies! Thanks for the opportunity.
    nancyannmcfall@yahoo.com

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  103. I would love to win a digital copy of this magazine.

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  104. Received a shoebox of hexies from my sister in law, the give away would give me options to use my hexies.

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  105. Come on random generator! Pick me. I take a class in May from Susan Daley on EPP. This e-magazine would be frosting on the cake and hopefully the start of a new passion. Thank you for this giveaway.
    ritaanneh@yahoo.com

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  106. Count me in! I haven't done hexies in twenty years but just cut out some so this book would give me some great ideas.

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  107. Anonymous9:23 AM EDT

    I have a hexie bag in my car. However, I don't have an idea of what ever I am making for the finished project. Winning this book will help. thank you.
    nrkozak@comcast.net

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  108. I love hexies! This is the perfect give away!

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  109. Love your Hexie quilts and would love to win a cooy of magazine. I am working on a granmother's flower garden I started Dec 2014 and have enough blocks completed to finish quilt. Cant wait to finish it so I can start another Hexie quilt if some kind.
    SHERRY T. sherry.tannert@gmail.com

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  110. I love hexies! My mother made one the old way with templates and sewing the 1/4 inch seam. EPP is really the way to go. Love it!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  111. I love hexies,thanks for such a great giveaway.

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  112. Never tried hexies before but would love to learn. palamino2@twc.com

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  113. What a great giveaway, thanks.

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  114. Love this giveaway! Hexies are my favorite. akronne17@gmail.com

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  115. How fun!
    Sherry in southeast Texas

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  116. Anonymous9:41 AM EDT

    Bonnie... You're to blame. I love hexies

    Pat Hume ]
    Paattt@live.ca

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  117. I keep thinking of doing hexes. This might be just what I need to get started!

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  118. I love hexies and I am so curious,
    I would like to win the magazine,
    Thank you for this give-away.

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  119. Bonnie Harrell9:48 AM EDT

    I LOVE to hexie!

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  120. I would love this, need to find a way to use my growing stockpile of paper-pieced hexies!

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  121. Love hexies and would love to try an online magazine. Thanks for the opportunity. kj0blomquist@gmail.com

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  122. Hexes have made a huge comeback! I am planning on getting hexed!

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  123. This emag looks awesome! I need a new take along project! Thanks, Bonnie!

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  124. This would be a wonderful gift. Hope I am the lucky winner.
    Dianne Gillin
    diannegillin@gmail.com

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  125. I've always loved looking at hexagon quilts but didn't become a hexie addict until I discovered Linda Franz and Inklingo. When the addiction took over I kept thinking to myself that it would be nice if there was a magazine totally devoted to hexie layouts, hexie book reviews, etc. so I was thrilled to find out there is one! Hexie On is my moto :o)

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  126. Pick me, pick me! Thanks for the opportunity to win. Never can have too many hexies! jaynieb55@gmail.com

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  127. I would like to give hexies a try.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  128. Hexie Lovin is awesome. :D

    Damselscreations@gmail.com

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  129. gotta love hexie!! Have a "mish-mash" of them and not sure what I will do with them.... but they will look great when I decide I'm sure!

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  130. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  131. I Love handsewing. Wonderful giveaway.
    Britta

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  132. I have her first book and loved the landscape quilt I made from it... I have the second book on my to get list!

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  133. Anonymous10:15 AM EDT

    I would like to try Hexies.....Please pick my number.

    Laurieb1025@gmail.com

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  134. I love looking at hexi projects. I have started some scrappy hexi diamonds. I will decide on a pattern when I get a lot more done.
    Mandy Laseter
    gloobermom@hotmail.com

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  135. Hexies. I'm in. bebemallard@sbcglobal.net

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  136. Just started reading magazines on my Android, so would LOVE this one! Thank you

    Dorothy Schreyer
    dorocarol@gmail.com

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  137. Oooh, I hadn't seen your earlier hexie quilt--it's gorgeous, too! I am eager to try hexies and would love to win the digital magazine.

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  138. Dear Bonnie, I am in the process of doing a hexie with reproduction fabrics. Making it up as I go. I love t fact that this project is so portable and goes everywhere.

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  139. Hi Bonnie! I love hexies and was in a Hexie swap. Your post and the chance to win this book has pushed me back into hexie love! Thanks for the chance to win and thanks to the author for the giveaway!
    Take care, Leslie

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  140. Absolutely love hexies! Currently have two projects going with them. One is scrappy 1/4" (yikes) hexies, and the other is a Millifiore quilt.

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  141. Hexies on! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  142. Thank you for the awesome post and the chance to win. This is just the excitement I need to get back to my hexie project, "Aura", started last June. curlicuecreations@gmail.com

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  143. Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great giveaway. I really enjoy sewing hexies also. Thanks for everything you do for quilters everywhere, Bonnie.
    Linda "Cookie" Lawrence
    lbcookie1@gmail.com

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  144. Anonymous10:40 AM EDT

    Thank you for such a gift of Hexies! crazyquiltrose@hotmail.com

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  145. Karen aka quiltbug10:43 AM EDT

    Thanks so much for the Hexie e-magazine. Love this!

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  146. I have recently caught the hexie bug, just 3 weeks ago! I'm making some hexies the Mickey Dupre way, pieced hexies, and I love them.


    deb
    ladara @ cfl . rr . com

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  147. Hexie mania, can't get enough....

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  148. Hexia mania...Lovin' it!

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  149. I have just started with hexies. They are a great way to help pass the time while waiting at appointments. And a great ice breaker. Mary Kay

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  150. What a fun e-zine! I'm fairly new to quilting and I love hexies; I would love to be inspired with this magazine :)

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  151. I have just started making hexies. Sure beats reading old magazines while waiting for an appointment. And a great talking point. Mary Kay

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  152. Anonymous10:57 AM EDT

    I just bought my first hexie "stuff" to start a "to go" bag. This would be great to learn more than the one little pattern I have. Maureen
    maureendixon@comcast.net

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  153. I love Hexies. I am always looking for new ideas. I would love to win a book on Hexies.

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  154. I've wanted to try hexies for a while now. This could be the prod I need to get started! jturcotte.on@gmail.com

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  155. Not too sure I would like a digital copy but what a great way way to find out.

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  156. I always have a handwork project going, whether Hexies or embroidery or piecing. I would love to see ideas from another hexie source! Digital copies are great. They don't take up room in the studio and I can carry them so easily!

    Charlotte
    Cammquilts@gmail.com

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  157. Anonymous11:09 AM EDT

    I have just started an Hexie project and would love this e-magazine.
    Micheline
    mruestmallet@hotmail.com

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  158. I have three hexagon quilts started with a lot of progress on two of them. They are fun to make.

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  159. Anonymous11:14 AM EDT

    Barb Smith
    bjh_smith@yahoo.com

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  160. I bought 1.5" paper hexies probably about 2 years ago. Am so itching to start a project! I've read so many different methods ... just need to decide how to jump off into a beautiful hand project! I'd love to win a subscription!

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  161. I would love this. I am obsessed with hexes right now. I have three or four projects going right now just using hexes.

    Janie Alonzo

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  162. I have been getting her magazine... well the first 2:)
    I am working on a triangles hexies top now... love that I can work on it whenever and wherever! Haven't worked with them in years!
    Are you going to hand quilt yours again? I haven't decided yet!

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  163. Would love a hexie give-away. Thanks so much for the opportunity!
    leapingladybugatyahoo.com.au

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  164. Hi Bonnie-
    I'd love the e-book. It would be just the thing to get me using my kindle again...
    Thanks!

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  165. I love working with hexies and have completed two tops,
    With two more projects on the go! I'd love to win this giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

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  166. Anonymous11:45 AM EDT

    Sleeping under a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt which was completely hand-stitched using EPP in 1998. It's time to start another hexie quilt .. would love to win the e-book. Thanks for the opportunity :-) Mary Ellen Zeitz

    mzeitz@cox.net

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  167. Looks like a great magazine. I would love to win. I've not worked with hexies yet.

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  168. I've thought about trying this. This could be the motivation. I'm at gabel4@msn.com. ---Geri

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  169. I am so in love with hexies. I can not get enough of them. You are right about being able to do them anywhere. I hope to win.

    Barb

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  170. I recently made my first hexie flower and it's made me want to make more! I would love some more inspiration! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  171. I'm addicted to English paper piecing. Have a Grandmother's Flower Garden done, have a Lucy Boston - Patchwork of the Crosses as a flimsy, working on a stars and rosette quilt and several others in different degrees of WIP. Always searching for new projects to start for hand work in the car or waiting for the Mrs's. Take care and have a good spring. From northern Iowa . . . .

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  172. Well, I have only done this via English Paper Piecing - so it would be great fun to consider another way. Please count me in.
    Marne

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  173. Thanks for the give away. Looks like an interesting magazine.
    ckersh1@cox.net

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  174. Anonymous11:58 AM EDT

    I have loved English paper piecing for years and always looking for new ideas. I'd love to win!
    Sarah
    scorporon@aol.com

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  175. I love hexes, but I haven't used them much. I need to learn. I need this magazine. Thanks for the offer.
    Pat Wade
    patwade@cox.net

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  176. Oh how I love Hexies!! Would certainly love to be a winner. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Betsy at thecobbs2@Yahoo.com

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  177. Anther hexi lover here....i like that I can work on them just about anywhere. Thank you for sharing the information on this new magazine with us,

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  178. I've been working on a grandmothers flower garden for at least 25 years using 1/4" seams. Maybe someone at my estate sale will get to finish it!!

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  179. Be fun to learn a new skill. Thanks, Bonnie

    Mssharp1@yahoo.com

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  180. It's been two months since I finished my last hexie quilt and the fever is building to start another. Thank you for the give-away! ihutson1@charter.net

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  181. We travel quite a bit and I just hate to sit without having something to keep me occupied. This would be perfect.
    quigleyfran@sbcglobal.net

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  182. Hexies are lots of fun! Always looking for a new pattern! Thanks!

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  183. I am getting close to finishing my first hexie quilt top so I will be looking for a new hexie project... perfect timing!!!

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  184. I have not done any hexie's yet, but winning this book might be inspiration to give if a go.

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  185. I collect all things hexagon. I'd love to have this ebook! Thanks, Julia and Bonnie!

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  186. Love hexies and looking for a good project to continue my love affair. Have an old quilt in my possession - wondering if I should take it on to finish it???

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  187. Made my first quilt when I was 16...we won't talk about how many years that's been ��. But I've never done a hexie and I'd like to try it.

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  188. This looks like a great magazine, I'm subscribing if I don't win. Happy Hexies-ing

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  189. This looks like a wonderful magazine! Thanks for the giveaway!
    mrsparcel@gmail.com

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  190. I have not done any English paper piecing, perhaps this will get me started. Thank you for the potential opportunity :)

    Kathryn

    Kathryn_Hobbs@yahoo.com

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  191. Your giveaway looks SO intriguing! Please pick me!

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  192. I love English paper piecing and hope I win to this new magazine. Looks great.

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  193. Anonymous1:07 PM EDT

    Would love to have a copy of the first issue!
    Phyllis
    Happymimi1220@yahoo.com

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  194. My Quiltmaker arrived on Saturday. Love the cover quilt and super LOVE the block from the Addicted to Scraps column.
    Want this book too as every quilter has at least one hexie quilt going.
    XOXO Subee

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  195. I have the first book and I want this one SO bad. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

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