Slow Stitching Sunday ~ Brinton Hall

I got both side strips added! And I am filling in hexies on the top and bottom now. After that is done, I can think about the borders. Just for fun, here is a picture of the back. A few of the paper hexies have fallen out but most are still in there.

This will be a nice bit of hand stitching to work on after Easter dinner today.

Linking up with Kathy’s QuiltsQuilting is More Fun Than Housework


About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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14 Responses to Slow Stitching Sunday ~ Brinton Hall

  1. Linda Dutch says:

    Love your front & back pics, look forward to seeing what you decide for the borders!

  2. Sandra B says:

    Love how this is going!
    Cannot wait to see what you do for a border….and how you quilt it!
    I have been doing some hand quilting on this Easter evening….watching some NCAA basketball….

  3. Beautiful from the front and the back!
    Enjoy your stitching today!

  4. Sarah says:

    I like what you are doing with your hexies, its a really clever way of displaying lovely fabric!

  5. Kate says:

    Beautiful use of hexies!

  6. Jennifer says:

    Your hexie project is beautiful. Don’t you just love working on them?

  7. Karen in Breezy Point says:

    I love this project so much–it looks wonderful! I’m hoping to start my own soon–too many UFO’s to work on right now!

  8. cajunquilter says:

    I am also looking forward to some late afternoon stitching to wind down this afternoon. We are having a house full for a late lunch and it gets quite noisy lol.

  9. Loving all those scrappy hexies! Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

  10. Marly says:

    Those are a lot of hexies! You must have the patience of a saint. It is the prefect way to frame those 16th century prints, though. Great idea and pretty result!

  11. Cécile says:

    I did the same on the back….that’s easier for the quilting !
    Happy stitching and Happy Easter Katy !

  12. Kate says:

    Oh my but that’s a lot of hexies!!

  13. Gail says:

    I love to see your hexie project. The colours are wonderful! Have fun stitching today and Happy Easter!

  14. That is a lot of hexies! Interesting toile centers.

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