I haven’t been working on them as much, but I’m still slowly making hexagons for my quilt. I am up to 1594 now, so I’m getting there! Although I was debating going even bigger and making it a queen size instead of twin. It would require about 1,000 extra hexagons than I originally planned, which sounds daunting, but I figure if I’m going to do it I might as well go all in! And really, if I’m already making 2363, is 3284 really that many more?
I was originally going to wait until the end to start joining but I think I’m going to start soon. I’m really excited to see this start to come together.
I’ve been working on a few other hexagon projects and they make me even more excited for my quilt. I’m making an iPad sleeve and a table runner. Both are done except a little bit of assembly, I just need to sit down at a sewing machine and finally finish!
Did you see that I’m participating in Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day? If you haven’t yet, head over to this post for a chance to win a laser cut needle minder and floss organizer, courtesy of Jen from 52 lasers and Beadeux. Good luck!
Bee-utiful! I agree though, what’s another thousand? You’ll get a lot more milage out of a queen size quilt and it will become an heirloom. I’m excited to get to watch this project progress, it’s art to be sure!
Yeah, I figured if I’m going to do it I might as well make one I’m really happy with. We don’t have any twin sized beds in our house anyways. I’ve already put so much effort in, I might as well do it right!