I was asked a question about hexagon size. A hexagon has six sides of equal length so when I talk about a 1" hexagon what is meant is that each of the sides measures 1" in length. The actual measurement from corner to corner will be larger and you may need that measurement to figure out the size of a quilt but it is not used to describe the size of the hexagon.
This is my latest GG block and I quite like this one! I think a quilt made entirely of these diamonds would be quite attractive. To speed up the process the diamond could be appliqued to a background. It wouldn't take a lot of blocks to make a quilt, especially if there was a sashing and a nice wide border! But that quilt will be for another day!
I've ditch quilted my Piccadilly to the Nines quilt so now it is time to decide what to do next. Hmmm, maybe some feathers? Not very original but they are doable! I've got company tomorrow so I won't have time to quilt or post however I can think about what to do!
The temperatures have finally warmed up and the spring bulbs are out in full force! They all seemed to open up at once and the insects are positively delirious with all of the bounty!
I wasn't alone out there. My sidekick Forest Gumby (or the Gump as he likes to be called) was out there with me!
He had a nice drink of pond water and every once in a while stopped to watch the fish which stayed just out of his reach!
That's it for today! Until I post again, happy sewing!