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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Hexipuffs

yarma
I have a few more hexipuffs finished.  Since I was pulling them out of their project bag to weave in the ends and put them into the Finished Hexipuff Bag, I thought I'd just share them quickly.  Last time I shared my hexipuffs, there was a question about what they were.  Well, Caleb and Max like to try to swipe them (Max thinks they need killing, Caleb just likes to squish them), but their real purpose is to make one of these.  I'm making Finished Hexipuff Bags of 50, figuring it will be easier to know how many I've got, but so far, I only have one bag of 50.  I'm working on my second bag now.

Yes, this is a long term project that will drag on for thousands of years, why do you ask?

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Blogger Martha Donley said...

Don't weave the ends in. Use them to sew the Hexipuffs together.na

7:57 PM  
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7:58 PM  
Anonymous Rachel said...

I have a similar project. The barn raising quilt done in discontinued knitpicks fingering yarns. Not sure of the final size yet but it will be quite big.

2:46 PM  

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