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:
Phew, I have completed another “round” of hexagons on my English paper pieced charm quilt. It’s too big to photograph indoors now, so I took it outside and pegged on the line to take the pictures. It was a bit blowy, so didn’t get a full flat shot, but think you can get the idea 😉
I love how this quilt is evolving. For those new to this blog here’s how it has progressed:
As you can tell from the dates, I haven’t worked consistently on this, but have stuck at it. It’s certainly not fast sewing, but I find it relaxing and therapeutic, and I love seeing how it slowly evolves and changes with each ring of hexagons. Next round will be very dark fabrics. But don’t expect it any day soon 😉
Feminist reflections on fitness, sport, and health
Reading & Reviewing Works by Women of Color
Liz Bourke: Books, Opinions, Services
On a Swiftly Tilting Planet
Mostly books, with a little wine writing on the side
An Unreliable Reader
"Vivre le livre!"
Crime, Fiction and Women
"Let us pick up our books and pencils. They are our most powerful weapon." --Malala Yousafzai
literary translation news and updates
Celebrating the pleasures of a 21st century bookworm
Book Review Blog
Adventures with great novels around the world
"For many of us, working with death is an act of resistance. It is our way of reclaiming our space, our bodies, our lives and ourselves."
A publication of Parnassus Books
Books, Movies, Art, Writing, and Cats
Book reviews by someone who loves books ...
Reading classics and hard books, and spouting rhubarb about them
books & life