hexies and triangle corners – a tiny mini quilt

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I made a tiny mini quilt out of leftover hexagons and the need to practice something I’ve never done before – corners that aren’t 90° in shape. I want to use this new-to-me finishing look for a table runner but feared I would mess the whole thing up. So I took a couple of hexies I had left from that very project to make them into a triangle-y shaped small quilt.

Aren’t small things the cutest? Babies, puppies, kittens, mini quilts…

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I really worried too much about the corners, it’s no big change to regular ones. But I’m happy I got this cute little thing out of my trial. The look of the cut off corners might even look good on a square sized quilt, I might have to try that out sometime.

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Hope you all have a good start into your weekend. Happy 3. Oktober to my fellow German dwellers, 25 years of our united country is pretty superb!

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this post is linked up with TGIFF at Quokka Quilts,
Finish it up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts, Monday Makers
at Aylin Nilya and Quilt it Out, Anything Goes Monday
at Stitch by Stitch, Fabric Tuesday at Quilt Story, 
Caffeinated Crafters at Let's Eat Grandpa and NTT
at My Quilt Infatuation.
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