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I used the One Block Wonder technique except 6th 60 degree triangle is a different fabric. It's the darker blue. Can you see it?
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6th triangle fabric
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I used Timeless treasures Butterfly magic and dark swirl fabric. The larger butterfly fabric was the 6th triangle for each hexie. This worked out so nicely by using 3 different fabrics from the same fabric line. 3 3/4" strips
Original fabric (5 triangles)
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See the different 6th triangle? Larger butterfly fabric
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Test my new idea cutting out paper hexies
What if butterflies were flying out from the center?
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I couched yarn around the raw edge butterflies and covered with teal tuelle. Then covered the other butterflies with navy tuelle and attached black and white piping along the edges. 
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I added more butterflies flying in different directions with machine embroidery, hence the name "Which Way Edna?"
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I free motioned quilted wavy lines on the 6th triangle and cathedral type curves along the other 5.
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Free motion quilted different motifs in each dark blue hexagon. So fun!
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