Quilt of the century
I joke with my coworkers that I will need a century to finish this quilt. I baste the hexies at home usually when I sit at the computer.
I slowly assemble the hexies into diamonds during my lunch breaks ... well during some lunch breaks LOL (sometimes, I just talk !)
Then at home, I sew them together.
|The paper hexies are still attached and gives some hexies a funny colour|
Such a long way to go still ... but it's alright because I am so addicted to these little blocks that I am already pondering my next hexy quilt. May I live a long, long, loooooonnnnng time. Amen. ;^)
Sorry for the picture on its side but it gives you an idea of how long the quilt is. There are 10 diamonds per row in the darker colour. Just like the original one. I decided to cut the lighter diamonds to 9 per row and add sections of three to make the edge more even.
I will try to link with Kathy's slow stitching Sunday . (Can I succeed on the first try? We'll see.)
(Edited to apologize to Kathy. It took me a long time to see that I am saying backward, sorry. ) I mean Slow Sunday Stitching. (Yes, I know, we French people say things differently LOL)
Happy slow stitching everyone.
Until next time .... Smile ! It's contagious! ;^)