16 April 2013

Twirly Hexagon motif


First today is a note to tell you that there are two new roly poly tat bags now in my shop.  YES, Spring is here for a few days so it's warm enough to sew in the conservatory - whoooopppeeeee. Hopefully more to come too.

So, this is my next experiment.  I really, really liked this one.  I intended it to be a 'joinable upable' motif but wasn't happy that when several were made that they would join successfully with the 'right' sort of negative space between each one.  If you follow my ramblings!!!

I tried all sorts of different ideas including throwing off SCMR's but none really worked as well as this original one!!!  There will be lots more about this motif over the next week or so.  

Oh the trials and tribulations that I go through with BC3 are unbelievable - especially when he/she decides to forget things too!!!

15 comments:

  1. A hexagon - so it could do double duty as a snowflake?
    I love all the threads you've been using.

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  2. Ooh yes, I love the shapes in that one!!

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  3. I really like this motif... Twirly Hexagon... perfect name!

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  4. Supe cute motif! I agree with Jane ^^ It has such a sweet shape!

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  5. This motif is just superb. Your BC3 is really taking off!!!

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  6. Love this one. Pattern???

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  7. That motif is so very gorgeous!!! And I love the colors!!! :)

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  8. I love this! I'll be following the results closely.

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  9. Lovely motif and beautiful pattern, Would make a lovely pendant
    Margaret

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  10. I should get this one done tomorrow - unless BC3 goes out for the day!!! Thanks everybody but there's more to come on this idea!

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  11. Love the shape and colors.

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  12. I love this shape. Very nice, Jane!
    Fox : )

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  13. Love this roundish looking motif. Pretty!

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