In my scrap basket that is!
Just look at what I found! I will have it done for this year!
This is my process: I take freezer paper and my acrylic template and start tracing. Oh, how tedius and utterly BORING! I then cut them out with my nice paper scissors and put them in my sandwich baggie for safe keeping!
Then I go to my itty bitty ironing board that I desperately need to make a new cover for (eek!) and lay out my squares. I only have one here. Anyhow, I then iron on the freezer paper template and eyeball a 1/4" seam allowance.
Don't look at my ungroomed finger! I then start with a knot and put it on the outside for easy removal later and begin to tack the fabric down. As you can see here in this picture; I was reusing the templates (the beauty of freezer paper) as I finished the flowers but now I am not going that route anymore!
I then continue sewing the corners down to secure a nice point.
Isn't she cute? She was given to me in a swap I did in 1998.
There is a little bit on my hexie 'process'. Thanks for stopping by. Now, off to cut all those hexies. One thing I must note is that if I iron on the freezer paper; after a while, it seems to loosen. It doesn't matter cuz I can use my sister's iron when I get to America!