Friday, June 13, 2014

Hexies on the Road from Raleigh

On the trip back from Raleigh, NC, last Sunday, I used my hex punch to make a stack of papers for some EPP.
I also basted the rest of these centers for scrappy flowers.  I love how these flowers will become the center for a field of flowers.  I still don't know how this project will work out, but I'm willing to let it come at its own pace.
Because I am slightly crazy (hence the crazy projects) I also chopped up some charm squares (my papers work great with a 2.5" square) to work on another paper-piecing project.  These fabrics are Vintage Modern from Moda.  I have some coordinating yardage for this, so this should make up into a great throw quilt.  It will probably take me forever to finish, but hand-work is nice to have available.
I didn't get many basted on the trip home, but I did get a start.

4 comments:

  1. I wanna know where you got that incredible punch! I am making a hexagon quilt with that size hexies and 2.5'' squares - and cut the papers all out by hand, ick!

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  2. Your hexies are wonderful!! What a great idea, using a charm pack for this.

    -Soma

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  3. WHat a nice little helper! The fabrics are amazing!
    Greetings, Rike

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  4. That's so funny, I just cut up a bunch of grays and reds for a hexie project. I stole your brain waves while you were here. :)

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