I need to get a picture of it hung outside so you can see the whole thing. For now I'll just share some pictures of the blocks.
On September 4 I showed you a little leaf motif that I like to quilt. Here I've used in in round of hexagons made with the taupe & orange fabric.
If you will be in the Toronto area in two weeks you can see my quilt at this show.
Now for a little bit of eye candy! There are a number of you who are participating in my free Value Proposition Hexagon Quilt Along. The quilt is made up of 18 full blocks and 4 partial blocks. I set up a FLICKR page so that sewists could post pictures of their blocks. Bunny put her blocks up on the design wall and posted a picture. Are you drooling over her quilt? I sure am! Bunny tells me she doesn't make scrap quilts but she is using her bits and pieces to make this one and she is very happy with what she is seeing!
If you are tempted to join in the hexagon fun you will find links to all of the patterns under the tab Quilt Alongs by Karen H just under the banner at the top of this page!
Until I post again, happy sewing!
Your quilt is just beautiful Karen!ReplyDelete
Bunnys blocks are awesome!
Karen, GG is STUNNING! I will eat my feathered hat if you don't win an award at the quilt show. I am almost speechless it is so lovely! Well done and congratulations.ReplyDelete
Your quilt looks amazing.ReplyDelete
The Quilting is fantastic. I like it so much. I'm speechless.
I've run out of words to describe you quilts and quilting. We'll try beyond belief today....grin.....really outstanding quilting as well. Did you draw the quilting on first?ReplyDelete
OMG the quilt is just incredible, WOW just beautifulReplyDelete
thanks for sharing
Oh Karen, I really , really love the result of your quiltingwork and the whole look of the quilt. Congratulations!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh My all I can say is WOWWWWWW this is a ribbon winner for sure just awesome quilting you are such an inspiration. Thanks for featuring my block I am having fun making them.ReplyDelete
Wow! It is sure to garner a ribbon, Karen - absolutely beautiful! I'm going to come back and study the photos for quilting ideas. I look forward to a full on shot of the quilt. Wish I could go to the show with you! Take lots of photos. I invite you to link this beauty to Hexie Weekend, ends Monday, midnight.ReplyDelete
It is so very beautiful. It inspires me. I have a stack of big hexie diamonds in a box. I should really do something with them. Thanks for the nudgeReplyDelete
GGMM looks wonderful, i love that is densly quilted , but still has areas to rest between designs... you should be very proud of this one Karen.good luck at the showReplyDelete
SUCH incredible quilting, it looks so tactile and I want to just run my fingers over it all, what patience you must have lolReplyDelete
Bonnies cover is looking great, successful tutoring and interpreting by you both!
Good luck in the show -- the quilting is magnificent!ReplyDelete
GGMM is outstanding. I'm still trying to lift my chin off the keyboard.ReplyDelete