Hexagon fever has hit the last couple of days! Really wanting to finish up a WIP, I hauled out my Old Red Barn Co. Quilt-Along project from a while back. The colors are fallish, I think, so it's a great quilt to be working on with all the color going on outside my window!
I'm wondering if I might want some sort of border on this lap size quilt. There are several pieces of the Hope Valley fabrics left, so that would certainly be doable.
Putting this quilt together is a little different than most quilts that I make. Each hexagon is put together one half at a time and then the rows will be sewn together so that the hexagons are completed. I like the way the hexes are off set with this setting.
Julie, from Jaybird Quilts, was the brains behind the various hexagon designs. She did a wonderful job of leading the quilt along. I have no excuse for being so late in getting it done...I hope to have a finish to show you soon!
Next up.......cutting into the Anna Maria Horner fabrics using the Serendipity pattern by Jennifer, from That girl....That quilt. Hattie is getting impatient!!