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(almost) Wordless Wednesday

I really wanted to be all removed and post just a photo today (which I already posted a few hours ago on Instagram), but then I read this really awesome post, and had to stay true to myself..

I brought my quilting to the beach today and stitched 4 hexies together.  That was enough, then I put it away and ate an entire piece of saganaki with a nice big horiatiki ("greek salad").  I even had some beer.  It was a good day.  I hope to have more of these in the future. 
(and hope that you have some too).

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  1. Sounds like a lovely day! Question: how do you get the backs of your hexis to lay so flat? I just made my first ones the other day and they are not nearly so tidy-looking on the back side...I am using 2.5" squares and 1.5" hexi papers.

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  2. OH...and I ordered your book from Amazon.ca today!

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  3. I'm glad you shared the story behind the photo - that sounds like a perfect day - good for you! .. now I want saganaki... :)

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  4. Hexies on the beach + Greek bread + beer = it doesn't get any better!!!!

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  5. I think its time to give in and learn how to EPP I watched your video , George is adorable btw, and wondered have you tried glue instead of basting?
    so where in NY are you? I am in NJ
    Kathie

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