Hexagon Update

Time for an update on my hexagon quilt! 16 rings completed, who knows how many more to go! It’s getting a bit big for a flat shot, and luckily is big enough for me to hide behind:

15 rounds v 1
15 rounds v 2

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15 thoughts on “Hexagon Update

  1. textileshed says:

    wowwwww, I have been hanging out for this update! Gorgeous! What was the source again? Are you copying and existing design? Keep going…

    • vivjm says:

      Well I started off copying a design of an antique quilt, which eventually would end up as a star, but once I got going with the hexagon shape, I decided to stick with it. Design goes light/medium/light/medium/light/dark. I think I will stop at the next dark, so I have six more rounds to go…but who knows?!
      Glad you like it 🙂

  2. adaisygarden says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! Great job! I’d like to do a hexagon quilt soon. It’ll give me something to do in the evenings while watching TV.

  3. Allie says:

    Good heavens – that is gorgeous!

  4. Andria says:

    Amazing work, Viv!

  5. tiffany. says:

    you must be a glutton for punishment! so many hexagons! but of course it’s beautiful.

  6. cerrine says:

    Crazy!! This quilt is absolutely gorgeous! I cannot even imagine (nor do I want to) the amount of work that has gone into this! Beautiful but the patience and dedication required.. aahhh, I don’t have that!

    • vivjm says:

      I’m not sure I want to imagine how much work has gone into it either!! I just look at it four or five hexagons at a time and try not to think too much about all other four or five hexagons I have sewn & how long they have taken altogether!

  7. […] is wonderful to see it grow, slowly but surely. There is a fellow blogger across the Pacific who is working steadily on her hexagons… and we are both exited to follow each others progress – this is the beauty of […]

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