I’ve been making little green hexies for what seems like forever, and I’m finally ready to turn them into a small wallhanging.
I spent all morning moving my pieces around until I’d constructed my flower garden. Then I broke it into four “blocks” and organized each row so I can stitch them together in the right order.
Now the real fun begins. It seems fitting since I’ve done most of the sewing for this project at work that I join my rows at work. That way, when I’m home I can save my concentration for my two Van Gato quilts.
Tonight, I start with row 1 of the bottom right block.
Completed hexies so far. I admit that I am totally overdoing it, watching lots of cartoons and working on these. If I were working I would not have this many done! Also, only a quarter of these are sewn together; which is the time consuming part of papet piecing.
I’m super bummed that I missed seeing The Mountain Goats in Charlotte last night because of the weather. But the unexpected free time meant I was able to finish up this quilt that I’ve been working on for forever.
I Love him ! Think he will look awesome on the final quilt with the other blocks. I think I like the baddie blocks the most and haven’t bothered with River’s journal or the Galifrey writing of “Hello Sweetie”. I don’t find those quite as exciting. Maybe if I get time I will make them.
If you want to see all of the Doctor Who Blocks people are making you can go to the flickr page here.
Xmas Eve yay! Kids r going a little crazy in anticipation especially my 11 year old…… Actually have no idea where my 20 year old is…… I’m sure she will be home in time for Santa ! My 17 year old greeting her boyfriend at airport as he has been in Cambodia doing aid work for few weeks so she is happy to have him back. Aw young love:) Have three home at the moment:)