flower. So here is the reveal.....I've always thought about making a vintage style GFG quilt. I started cutting hexagons about ten years ago that were about 3 inches each. The look wasn't what I was going for, so that project became a UFO. Then when I was reading Bonnie Hunter's blog (I'm a big fan of her mysteries and her down-to-earth, from-the-heart blog) about her mosaic quilt and her tutorial for making her quilt, I decided to start my hexagon quilt the 'Bonnie Hunter' way. I purchased my hexagon punch on eBay (two punches, in fact). Cut a couple of thousand paper pieces. Then started basting my tiny hexes and have finally, almost finished one
Just love the look of the tiny hexagons, but my, what a lot of work. This will be my take along project for the next year, I think. I need to pick out more flower fabrics. I want to make each flower different. I'll keep you posted on my progress.
Happy Easter! Love this time of year even if we are as busy as a one-arm paper hanger. (grandmother used to say that a lot!)
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