Well, I managed to clean up the cutting table of the 1/2 inch hexagon project mess only to find myself distracted by the left over scrap strips from that nine (9) patch project on my cutting table... Squirrel!
Monday, April 26, 2021
Insane or creative ... It's a fine line!
Hum .... what did I want to make with the left over 1.25 inch muslin strips? A thought popped in my head ... that 1.25" bag of scraps that I was thinking of throwing out .... you know the one that found me on the edge of insanity?! lol
I quickly grabbed that bag and messed up the clean cutting table ... so excited to think about starting a new project using 3/8" hexagons.
I quickly went to work and pieced this little block for a grandmother flower garden pattern ... wall hanging size!
Not stopping there ... SQUIRREL! Hum .... I'd really like a grandmother flower garden in feedsack fabrics!
Off I went into my sewing studio and pulled out the bins of feedback scraps and grabbed some bags of 5/8" hexagons templates.
Now, hold on a minute ... the idea was to use the 1.25 inch muslin strips ... they would look nice with the feedsack!
Off I went to create this little block using 3/8 inch hexagons.
It's just so adorable and so happy .... the only problem is that I do not have a lot of small feedsack scraps to use. I have to cute them from the bigger scrap fabrics. In good conscience I should use up the 19th century reproduction scraps. I could make the 5/8" hexagons grandmother's flower garden quilt and use the scraps to make the smaller version. That's the future plan! I think!
Then, no sooner had I calmed my project enthusiasm did I come across a bag of one (1) inch strips of fabrics from the nine (9) patch quilt project .... Much too small for the 3/8" hexagon ... Oh wait a minute ...
There's that edge again .... or have I actually fallen into the abyss of insanity?! LOL
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