They say the first step is admitting you have a problem. Fine! I have a problem, ok! I am absolutely addicted to making hexies. The squares and individual hexies in this box are a quilt in progress. I still don’t know what the peachy flowers on top are for. I’ve decided though, even if I wasn’t making anything out of them, I am quite happy to just sit of an evening and make these little shapes. Feeling the texture of the fabric, looking at the colors and designs, and the needle pulling thread is so soothing and relaxing. Except when I stab myself with the needle and draw blood, which I do at least once a night. I don’t have to think about it so my mind can wander or I can binge watch Orange is the New Black.
I have the triangles pieced for the bunting. Now I’m sewing a muslin backing on each one. When that’s finished, I plan to stitch them to a length of grosgrain ribbon and hang it over my kitchen window.
This is another project I’ve been finishing bit by bit. It’s a picnic set of a couple cloths to put over food and some napkins to match. I have a big piece of blue and white ticking that I think would make a nice tablecloth to match. It might be too blue.
And finally, since I haven’t finished my other 393 projects, I felt it was time to start a new one. Inspired by Pam at Gingerbread Snowflakes I’ve embarked on an embroidery piece that will celebrate the wheel of the year. Back in April, Pam first posted about her embroidered Norwegian Primstav. I was intrigued and decided to start my own interpretation. So far I have part of a sun to mark the Solstice. Perhaps I’ll finish that up by Saturday! If I’m not sewing hexies.
Pam has been one of my strongest cheerleaders lately, working harder to promote my blog and shops than I am! I was just tickled that she followed my tea cozy tutorial and posted the results. Pam has a most wonderful blog herself, with lots of craft projects and yummy cookie recipes. Do go check her out! You won’t be disappointed!