August 11, 2010

Hexagons the Japanese way.






My mom once taught me how to make a hexagon
patchwork with those little cardboards inside;
but now I tried it the Japanese way, it is so much easier!











The instructions come from this book.



Good luck :-)

10 comments:

  1. oh wow! i totally do not understand how to do that middle part...but i love that you do not have to put the cardboard in.
    i really really love the cover too, that quilt is stunning

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  2. These look really great!

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  3. Haha, yeah, something tells me having the actual instructions would help this process, but yours look great!

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  4. So beautiful! Great instructions too.

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  5. sometimes i wish i was you!

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  6. Dat moet ik eens proberen, mooie foto's !

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  7. Beautiful Renilde! I've always wanted to learn how to make these - just love them :)

    p.s. English lesson: my mum once "taught" me - past tense from the verb "to teach".

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  8. Thanks for the tutorial. Love it.

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