The hexagons belong to Babs and they are leftovers from her Yellow Bird quilt (below).
Yellow Bird by Babs 2014
She pulled out all of her Yellow Bird leftovers and started making hexagons rosettes. She made a rosette using my foundation paper pieced English paper piecing technique and since it included yellow it was the starting point for her new quilt.
Here's a sneak peak of the centre of her new quilt! This one will also be yellow, grey and black. I think it is going to be a stunner!
It Blogger's Quilt Festival time at Amy's Creative Side. A huge thanks to Amy for arranging this even! Between now and the end of October nominations for Viewer's Choice are open. You can nominate three of your favourite quilts by going here. I've entered two quilts, 81 The Giant Monstrosity in the Home Machine Quilted category and Cherry Blossom in Original Design. If you like either of my quilts I would be grateful and privileged if you would consider nominating one or both of them for Viewer's Choice! There are lots of great entries including a reader's Soupcon quit from my first QAL so if you have time take a look at all of the entries. Voting will then be open from November 1 to 7 and the winners will be announced on November 8th!
81 The Giant Monstrosity
81 The Giant Monstrosity close-up
Cherry Blossom close-up
Until I post again, happy sewing!
Ugh....LOVE those grey, black and yellow hexi's together!!!! And what gorgeous picks for the festival!! All are winners in my book!!ReplyDelete
Those hexies are such wonderful colours. Yellow Bird's Sister looks amazing! Good luck in the festival.ReplyDelete
Love the new quilt. All these quilts are gorgeous....wow.ReplyDelete
OMG, your Giant Monstrosity is everything but a monstrosity, it's fabulous! It must have been challenging to quilt it with DSM :)ReplyDelete
Just wanted to wish you the Best of Luck in the Bloggers Quilt Festival. Love your entries!!ReplyDelete