If its September is means its time for the Bloggers Quilt Festival at Amy’s Creative Side. This is one of my favorites that I made this year. It was for an Island Batik Ambassador challenge called Mini-Love and they provided the fabric.
Amish hex signs have always intrigued me. I grew up in Pennsylvania, Berks County, and they were abundant. My only problem was that the colors were never my favorite so changing it up was what I did. It was one of the first quilts I designed in EQ8; I had done a few before but in EQ7 but hadn’t really learned the upgraded version. I was glad I did as it made checking out my vision easier than drawing.This quilt hangs in my sewing studio in our apartment. I really love looking at it each day. The original post has some information on how to make it and one day it may be a pattern!
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