Flowers, Hexagons and Mother's Day
|GFG using 3/4" hexagons (on an airplane tray at 35,000 feet!)|
|Another block from the back with the papers still on|
|Six hexagon blocks with green setting triangles pinned|
|Auditioning my hexagon ring|
|Hexagon stitched to interfacing|
Clip the interfacing and turn right side out. Now the raw edges are neatly turned under!
This is a sweet teaching sample I will use in my English Paper Piecing classes upcoming; one is in July with the MAQ retreat in Gettysburg, PA.
Next week I'll share one more quilt that uses this same technique and the same size hexagons. Hope to see you then! And if you're celebrating Mother's Day in any way, I hope these flowers bring a smile to your eyes!