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1/4″ Hexagons

Peggy sent me these more detailed photos of her mini quilt to share. You can click on each photo to view a larger version.

The title of Peggy’s quilt is Let Freedom Ring!. It finishes at 7.875″ x 7.125″. Here’s the story she submitted:

About 2 wks before 9-11 I took a mini class with Carol Henry. I made 5 tiny grandmother’s flower garden blocks of various colors. 3 of them were red, white and blue. Over 2 yrs later I was inspired to finish the quilt as my dedication to 9-11. Hexagons are 1/4″ wide & fussy cut. Total time 300+ hr.

To see the scale, Peggy included a quarter and a dime in the photos.

I can safely say I will never have the patience to accomplish such a quilt. Thanks Peggy for sharing these detailed photos.

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This post was published on August 30th, 2010. Post topics: Quilt Gallery.

3 Responses to “1/4″ Hexagons”

  1. Hello Peggy

    Congratulions by winning the contest. greetings from the Netherlands, liesbeth wessels

  2. Peggy Mead says:

    Thank you Liesbeth. It was an exciting race. You received over 200 votes as well. Congratulations! Greetings from Florida.

  3. I am amazed at the tiny details in this quilt! Well done, and congrats on your win, Peggy! Congrats to all who entered, all did beautiful work :-)

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