Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
and me, Desertsky (Susan)
It's alright if you don't want to author on here any more, no harm, no foul. If you do, however, and your name isn't on the list, please put a post up before midnight, April 30, telling what your current hexagon project or dream is. Or three or four. I'm never one to limit myself to just one thing.
In the meantime, check out the post about this beauty by clicking on the picture. Beatrice is from Germany, I believe, but sadly doesn't seem to blog any longer.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Monday, April 14, 2014
The quilt was made to fit under the shelf in the dining area. It´s really yummy.
There is still one heart left, so I decided to make a simple bag with it. I´m going to share the result with you.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
BUT I looked in my hexagon kit and found a flower that I don't think I've posted. Plus I realize it's been a while since I've posted. Then I read the most recent post about posting......so here I am to stake my claim to being part of this community!!
So I present to you a photo of my most recent flower......enjoy!
Monday, April 7, 2014
I just realized that there are a number of people who haven't posted in a very long time - a year or more. Please post an update on your current hexagon project during the month of April, even if it is sort of in the UFO pile right now. Those who don't post this month, and who haven't posted since the beginning of October, 2013, will be removed as blog writers in May. Of course, the blog remains open for reading to everyone. If you are interested in joining the blog as a community member and posting here about your projects, please see the join page and leave a comment *there* not here.
Now for something pretty in the hexagon world: An Antique Hexagon Quilt from Wales. Every flower is outlined with beautifully done feather stitching. Here's just the tiniest peek, but go see a bigger view on A Quilter's Journal.
Monday, March 31, 2014
This zig-zag quilt has grown with five new blocks. More about it here.
Then I made the March block from The Hexie blog. Waiting for the next block tomorrow.
La Passion grows, but very slowly. I've joined another hundred hexies to it, and now I have 2000.
You can follow the progress on this EPP on my blog, and also find links to Grit, who made this pattern.
I made another hexie bag. These are so fun to make, and I think I'll do more of them later.
My butterfly quilt grew with six blocks. Funny that this is the same pattern as the zig-zag quilt.
Then I had to try BillieBee's stars. She had tempted me for a long time now, and I couldn't resist. And I already love the stars so much that I've thought about making them in different colours. I managed to make two green ones yesterday.
Hexies are fun and relaxing, and I recommend you to try. But you're probably already hooked since you are here at Hexagon Alley. You can find more about all these projects on my blog.