There is another video tutorial up today on the video tutorial section of MixItUpMakeables. Sometimes an embroidery pattern will say to do the running stitch and you might be wondering just what that is!
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When I first started english paper piecing, small hexagons were on the scary list. I didn't even want to tackle that challenge. After making plenty of 1" hexagon projects I finally was ready to give it a try. Along the way I figured out a few things by trial and error that make small hexagons much easier.
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This is the second installment on the Mix It Up Blog Hexagon Tips. Today I would like to address the subject of thread color with hexagons. Specifically, what color thread to use in the whip stitch. Sometimes you might have...
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Mix it Up Makeables has two hexagon patterns in the shop. If you have never done English Paper Piecing, then the Christmas Tree is the best project to start with. For those of you that are experienced with hexagons, the Hexi Zig-Zag will be a fun challenge.
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In the land of Bloglovin all new blogs must claim their blogs, so here goes! Over on the side of the of the Mix It Up Makeables Blog you will see a button so you can follow our blog with Bloglovin. There will be lots of fun and informative blog posts here, and you don't have to miss any of them by following me!
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What a great way to start the new year! I'm going to start a controversy over which I think is better, paper or download. I hope you all had a great New Year and that 2014 is even better than 2013. Ok, lets get started...
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There are many patterns at Mix it Up Makeables that use appliqué. Each pattern comes with a template that can be used with either freezer paper or fusible web. The question is, why use one over the other?
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Mix It Up Makeables launches just in time for Christmas! If you are looking for a last minute handmade gift, we have the patterns you need. These downloadable patterns feature applique, embroidery, and some even have hexagons!
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