One of the projects I worked on was hand stitching this hexagon quilt using plastic templates called Quilt Patis. (Julie at JayBird Quilts has an excellent tutorial on using these.) This is still one of my favorite quilts. I remember I wanted to make a small quilt just to see if I liked the working with these things. I used up old fabrics that I didn't want for anything else. I still love this quilt!
The other morning at 0 dark 30, I woke up thinking about a project I had started several years ago. I have never counted this as a UFO because I completely forgot about it. After finding it, I remembered I had planned to use these green hexagons in a vest. I don't know what I was thinking because I have never been a vest wearer. So now a new plan is happening.
I started thinking of a wall hanging and the next thing I knew, I had it drawn out in EQ7 and couldn't wait to get started. I thought I would replace some of the teals with truer greens but I've decided to leave them in. I have several sizes of Quilt Patis and will make all the applique flowers from hexagons. This coming from a person that wasn't going to do any more hexagons!
A few more greens to be sewn on and I can move on to the creams and blues. This is going to be so much fun!
See Kathy's fabulous project and check out what others are showing at Kathy's Hand Stitching on Sunday link party.