I have been working on a hexigon quilt very similiar to that one for several years. Thank You for showing that lovely quilt and how they finished it. I really didn't know how to best finish the edges and the quilt stitching on top. After seeing this quilt I think I can now finish mine! Thank you again for sharing!
Great Job. The power of sewing!
Wow!!Awesome project attacked by all!!!Well done...Great job done!!!
JUST love it!!
Where is the workshop?
It was at an event at Uttoxeter Racecourse.
OMG! The things you do...with excellence! I can only imagine the time you have put into this project, Congratulations!
I don't count the hours - I find hand sewing extremely relaxing!
Very lovely job on the quilt. Thank you for sharing. Happy Stitching :~)
Excellent work! The amount of time spent...beautiful results!
Amazing love it and the back is as pretty as the front. Thanks for sharing the close up of the quilt design.
You just gotta love hexies! It certainly qualifies as a quilt! A no batting quilt is sometimes called a "summer quilt" or a "counterpane quilt." I have three of them around my house. Your quilt is perfect!
Fantastic job as always. Very satisfactory I’m sure getting it finished. It will be a great win for someone once raffled. Love Chris
What a great effort by all...who will be the lucky recipient...or will this be used to raise funds for ??? Did you print the label on printable fabric that you purchased or did your treat the fabric yourself?
I love your heart&flower design, it's gives a fab back (as well as the front). I see you cut all the 'papers' and fabric - quite a job!!
The result is wonderful. Great job, well done.
The papers were die cut and took quite a while. I didn't do them all in one go!
I've still got a box with aluminium shapes, bought in 1973 or so in Regent street at The Needleswoman's Shop, long since gone. You were supposed to cut around them and I used old playing cards and glossy magazines (which weren't so common at the time)
Mine are mostly non-glossy magazines and junk mail. There is a certain satisfaction seeing them come out of the cutting machine as something useful!