You’re probably thinking,
“When will she ever finish that quilt already?”
And I’m with ya.
I’ve had a very genuine desire since the beginning of the year to clean up and clear out projects. A noticeable dent has been made in the pile and though there is still plenty of the unfinished, the process has been a good steady pace. Having quilts at each stage of the making process allows my attention to wander to what ever is in the rotation because it ALL needs to get done.
And bloody hell, Somewhat Circular Hex is D-O-N-E!
All inspired by the Alexander Henry Kokeshi doll fabric, then onto the color way this little Kokeshi doll/bank sported and certainly the Japanese art that I grew up with.
I love how the Essex background forms another Hexagon. Let’s pretend I planned that;)
It held the diamond grid quilting texture well, as did the Essex on the front.
My seam widths annoyed me enough that I finally took action and had my Juki walking foot replaced. Juki is sitting on a quilting goldmine if they would step up and add all the measurement markers and width to their walking foot that Bernina has in my opinion.
Happy Monday Peeps!