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Friday, May 27, 2016

Happy Hexies - H2H Charity Quilt Challenge

Last week when I finished Happy Hippos for the H2H Charity Quilt Challenge
I mentioned this quilt.
Happy Hexies is a FINISH!!
On time to donate, too!

These hexie blocks have been laying around for almost a year.
I made 2 of them and the others came from some of the ladies in my Modern Block Party Group.

My month was towards the end of the group's year and I didn't receive all of the blocks for a full quilt, so I made this throw to donate to Happy Chemo.  
Happy Chemo is an organization that provides quilts and comfort for chemo patients.

I had a lot of help with the quilt, including the photography....

The binding is pieced from all the leftover fabrics.

I used this quilt to practice some of the pre-loaded quilt patterns on the Handi Quilter.
I can't believe how fun it is.  I have a lot to learn, but it's starting to be a little easier.

Here is a picture of the back to show a little more of the quilting.

Happy Hexies is a 48" x 60" throw and is labeled and ready to ship.

Hope they like it.


Sarah Craig said...

I love it, Carla! So bright and fresh looking (and your dog is pretty, too!) Thanks for joining in H2H this year!

Kat said...

Beautiful design and awesome quilting choices!

Carol S. said...

Beautiful design and colors!

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Gorgeous quilt and your quilting is beautiful.

Amy B. said...

Love it!

Lisa in Port Hope said...

I love the layout you used and the colours are so bright and happy.

Kathleen said...

This quilt would certainly cheer up a chemo patient. Beautiful!

Bev said...

Wonderful quilt! Thanks for linking up to the tutorial. I am definitely starting this one, and I make them for Victory in the Valley. Great for chemo patients-so cheery!

Vickie said...

That is a great quilt Carla ! The quilting is awesome and love the label.....your goooood ! You mentioned the Handi Quilter, Did you get a long-arm ?