Progress on my Hexagon charm quilt has been halting, to say the least. Largely, I believe, due to a lack of direction. I was happy to initially cut up little bits of scrap, tack them to bits of hexagon shaped paper and stack into little colour coded piles.
But where to then? So I left them in the cupboard for a while, as you do, when you have lots of projects on the go. The Crafty Mother then started her own little hexagon quilt (which, by the way, is looking stunning). She showed me a picture of this quilt: We are not sure where the original is from, if you know, please let us know!
A similar quilt popped up in last months Real Living Magazine. I am was smitten, enough to pull the hexies out of their confinement and start making hexagon flowers.
I think I will just randomly sew them together, as I go, and just keep adding and adding. I can't promise it won't go back in the cupboard for awhile again, but for now, I am going with the flow.
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