Tag: Hexagon

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Brought up in a family that has always had environmental concerns it’s only natural for me to try and not waste anything. I blame my mum. She was a quiet activist in her own way. She once lay down in front of diggers trying to dig up the local play park. So when I started…

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PART TWO – ASSEMBLY…..  SEWING CAN BEGIN…. The lid brim is covered on the outside with the 28inch x 2inch strip set aside earlier. Fold in half inch turnings on one long side and press with an iron. Once ironed, stitch the folded side in place along the Hexagon lid, starting with one end overlapping…

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Expanding Sewing Workbox (Etui) This is the second Workbox I have made and, boy, do I wish I had taken photos and made a record of what did last time! The Workbox will take you several hours to make, cutting out the various components, sticking the bits together and then both hand and machine sewing.…

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Yep, that was football and hexagons in the same sentence! If you have been really bored, you may have found out that a typical football consists of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons. I say ‘typical’ football, as the older ones were made up of rectangular-ish shapes and the latest one used for the World Cup…

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  I received a Sewline Fabric Glue pen to review. The pen arrived in a clear plastic package which also included a handy glue refill. The pen is a nice size and easy to use. The glue stick its self is a blue colour and the glue was visible once on the fabric. When the…