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Stephanie Dosen of Tiny Owl Knits share her love and
inspiration for her Beekeeper's Quilt an awesome project to
decorate your home but also a great way to use up your scrap yarn collection.
"Wheee! The beekeeper’s quilt! ♥
Made of little stuffed honeycomb shaped puffy pockets. We call ‘em
HEXIPUFFS! ♥ Use leftover scrap sock wool & it doesn’t have to be lined
because it’s puffy & double sided!
The hexipuffs are fun to make because they’re smushy,
cute & feel like a little finished project all by themselves. wheeee I
love tossing them in the basket! Oh yes, and they
are knitted in the
This project is most rewarding if you knit it “on the
go.” It’s so portable! I had a little bag with me in my purse at all times.
(and in the car too!) All
of my honeycombs were made during “in-between” times over the span of
one year. It’s
really fun to add your new little honeycomb to the honeycomb basket. Knit
them while you are waiting in lines, waiting for dinner, talking to friends, in
the car etc. and see how many you end up with."
Pattern includes: lots of photos, photo tutorial on the quick,
easy way to join the honeycombs, full color charts for duplicate stitch Poppy
and Violet flowers.
Stephanie adds..."ps. joining them is QUICK & EASY! i
joined my whole quilt together in 2 days. :) (full photo tutorial in the
pattern) ♥ They are joined at the corners with simple quilt-ties for
better “flop-a-bility.” (Also: Because of
the way they are connected, if one gets damaged or stained, they can be lifted
out easily 1 at a time to be replaced.)