I think I still want to put something up on the wall but for now, this will work.
Perfect opportunity for me to unveil my hexagons, which I've worked on for years (very infrequently, obviously!!)
My plan was to appliqué it onto a gorgeous DiFord fabric I found in Wisconsin but sadly the package was lost in the mail so I'm going to find something else. That shouldn't be too difficult!!
And now back to the French General top, which I'm going to finish this week!! Oh, and put on the borders for the snowman quilt (RED!!)
Oh what fun! Love those hexagons!ReplyDelete
Your hexagons are lovely--I really like those ecru pathways around the darker flowers....just beautiful work...hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Didn't realize you had this long term hexie project. It is really pretty.ReplyDelete
How large are the hexies? And how large is the design wall?
liking that hexie project...and be interested on your impression of the portable design wall....ReplyDelete
My hubby rigged up a board with hooks so I can hang my portable design wall--I was always knocking it over otherwise. I love your hexie project. The scrappy fabrics are so pretty! I've had things go missing in the mail too. It's so frustrating thinking that such beautiful fabric is out there somewhere!ReplyDelete
I am not sure that I have room for a design wall, but I sure would like to figure out a place for one. Yours looks great. Your hexies are beautiful!! I have a long term hexie project going too. Or should I say sort of going...LOLReplyDelete
Those portable desing walls are great! I can't wait to share my new design wall in my studio once I get it all finished up!ReplyDelete