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Monday Morning Star Count 2014/37

Look what arrived in my inbox this week..
These hexagons were stitched by my Grandma's close friend, Mary Jane.  (the same MJ who helped chase after me when I was a baby and who came to my wedding in Greece). 
I love her mix of fabrics and radiating design.  Can't wait to see it again when it's finished.

I only basted a handful of templates this week, but at least it's something.


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  1. OOOH, how gorgeous and inspiring ! Me too, I just can't wait seeing it growing. Hope we'll be able to see her progress ?? Thanks a bunch, Jessica :))
    Xoxoxo
    NADINE

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  2. I agree that's a really lovely central hexi design and such pretty fabrics too.
    I hope we get to see its growth too lol

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  3. I do like the radiating design if those hexie flowers. Have never considered that arrangement before. It's really nice.

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