Hello to all you hexagon fans out there! I am thrilled to be included in your hexagon adventures. (You can see all my hexagon travels on my blog at Julierose quilts)
Here is the beginning of my "Monet's City" piece.
And here is a little about thie background of this piece: Many years ago I used a different method for making those 1/2 hexagons: I sewed two long strips together and then placed my freezer paper hexagons with two points right on that pressed open seam. I had taken notes about this method from an old Quilter's Newsletter Magazine (can't recall which one) and thought I'd give it a try.
(I had traced out a whole freezer paper of hexagons and stapled three sheets together and hand cut them--yikes).
Now I have this wonderful die:
Here's what I did in 40 minutes yesterday afternoon:
I am now doing quite a bit of this:
I am anxious to see all of your hexagon works and to add my humble attempts to learn as I go along on my travels in Hexagonia.
Hugs to all, Julierose, La Blageuse