Hexagon Progress

It’s been a while since I managed to get a photo of my hexagon quilt in progress. Today being a sunny day, I thought I would peg it out on the washing line and take a few snaps. It’s getting biiiiig!! The squaring off is going to plan too, so hopefully the finished product will be a more practical shape for a bed.

hexagons july 2014
hexagons detail july 2014
corner of hexagons july 2014

I wonder how many more months (years) before I get this top finished? And then I will *only* have to quilt and bind it. A labour of love for sure but I’m not in any hurry 🙂

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9 thoughts on “Hexagon Progress

  1. slmann says:

    Wow, you have been busy, gorgeous quilt. Sharon

  2. It really is huge and so pretty! The corner squaring off has worked really well too.

  3. annjrippin says:

    That’s fantastic – how long has it been in the making so far?

  4. Ben Naga says:

    Thank you for the update.

  5. Andria says:

    Wow! Gorgeosity…not a word, but it should be! 🙂

  6. iHanna says:

    This is such an amazing work, wow! Lovely!

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