Making lots of progress on PINK Honeycomb Quilt, the third in a series of "hexagon quilt mania". I really can't believe how fast this one came together. My needle has been flying. These BIG flowers remind me of those decals from the 1960's, remember those? People would stick them on their cars and on walls and windows. This quilt definitely has that same happy vibe going on. It brings smiles to faces.
I've been making binding too and it's going to be awesome. This is what happens when you can't make up your mind which color or fabric to use for a binding. You choose them ALL! I love sewing on binding as much as I love hand-sewing hexagons together. It's the same sort of lovely, tidy stitching.
Ginger has been enjoying the daily process of watching this quilt, her quilt, grow and come to life and that has kept the wind in my sails. Yesterday, we were out in the garden and noticed something. The colors in her flower barrel this year. All random choices, brought home by others. And yet, remarkably familiar: Pink and Yellow!
Update:: A few people asked about the size of the template I used, so here's how I measured it. The illustration is not "actual size", rather representative.
Pictures of the finished quilt coming soon!