Sunday, 3 March 2013
A Couple of Finishes!
First up is my Hexagon quilt. I am so excited to have this one done. Most of the blocks are from Katja's block of the week Hexagons, however a few are blocks that I designed myself using EQ. The whole process was a lot of fun. Designing, picking fabrics, hand stitching them together, quilting and finally binding the quilt. And best of all, I now have a new couch quilt!
This quilt is called "Spring House." It is a pattern from Moda that you can down load here. I used the pattern as a guideline since I like to use my Easy Angle and Companion Angle rulers to make flying geese. Who says you have to follow a pattern exactly? Close ups of quilting on both these quilts are in previous posts.
Hope you all are having a wonderful weekend. I'm off to enjoy a quilting day with my Postie Friends!
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Your hexagon quilt is beautiful. I am so impressed with all the designs you have in there. I know it must have been a tremendous amount of work, but it was so well worth it.ReplyDelete
Lucky for me that I'm sitting down or I would faint from the beauty! Amazing!ReplyDelete
Both quilts are gorgeous Linda, did you really hand piece all of the hexies , they look so complicated ,wow!ReplyDelete
Heavenly hexies! so beauty! The little couch quilt whispers spring's promises!ReplyDelete
I adore your hexagon quilt! So interesting and original. Your quilting is unique and inspiring.ReplyDelete
Well done Linda--- again! If I remember right, we are getting Summer House in?ReplyDelete
beautiful , both of themReplyDelete
Fabulous Linda. Love them both.ReplyDelete
I only use the directions as a guideline, usually. Love that hexie quilt. Sew glad it's finished and you can use it. Lovely colors.ReplyDelete