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20 December 2019

Round one finished


If you look closely at round one you'll see that every alternate hexagon is different to it's neighbour.

Why - you may ask? Well it was because I feared boredom would set in if I didn't do something a little 'off piste' at times.  

I like that expression - ‘off piste’ although I’ve never been up close and personal with skis.  The closest I’ve been to piste is pissed but we won’t go into that in public!!

In this picture you can see I've joined the new six hexagons to the central one and now need to start thinking about which fabrics to use for the next round. Decisions, decisions!!!!


8 comments:

Maureen said...

How interesting- some of the outer pieces, and especially the one at 11 o'clock, are 3-d!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

It's looking great! I really like those greens and purples together!

God's Kid said...

Looks wonderful!! :)

Madtatter80 said...

Very fun and awake 😀😁😀

Jane McLellan said...

Looks wow already. Thanks for a post that made me laugh too!

Crazy Mom! said...

Love the swirly feel on this - and your great eye for color.

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Can't believe how quickly this is moving along. Great colors! It's always fun to follow your progress on any project. I like the idea that this is portable and doesn't require the sewing machine. I found the video very informative, and I'm amazed at all the gadgets that have been invented for quilters!

Judith Connors said...

Going 'off piste' leads to great discoveries. :-)

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