I thought I would give the Honeycomb precuts a try. Having never worked with hexagons, I found the moda bake shop YouTube video and 1 PDF instructions very helpful. It’s coming along nicely and I am very greatful for my sewing machines…tie offMon feature which helps secure all these hex points. The finished product will be wall hanging size. I thought I would use over size running stitches in contrasting DMC floss and vintage buttons in each hex for the quilting size of it.
I found this pattern online and needed a small project for tonight. I had some really great material with scanned barcode images that lends itself to shopping and money. The holder was meant for a small pad of paper but who writes stuff down anymore! I have been using ‘notes’ in the cloud.
Here are pics of the inside and out. I travel lite with very few cards – can’t be bothered with locality programs.
I was part of a quilting swap on the quilting board forum and received this wonderful mug rug plus other extras from Angie in MN. The fabric causes a smile every time I look at it – I would love … Continue reading →
The fabric was purchased near the Teddy Roosevelt National Park. That day a herd of buffalo wandered thru our campsite at Cottonwood. So when I went to the local town’s quilt shop and spotted this buffalo batik, I new it was a sign. Didn’t use the material for a long time and finally cut into it. I used a basic star block. Added 2 inch sashing and spent the extra time hand quilting this because it is very small.