Say that three times fast! I know, I said after Brinton Hall that I wouldn’t do any more EPP. I didn’t enjoy it that much, even though I loved the results. But somewhere on our travels last summer, those Honeycomb pieces jumped into my hands. Then I had to get the squares to go with them.
I needed a travel project for our trip and my other hand piecing hexie top is just too big for air travel. So I got these out and started playing to see what I could make with them. I found two possibilities, this:
I still don’t know which way I am going, but I do know that I will be using this fabric, plus a few scraps from my tub. The prints here are all small so they will work well with these tiny pieces.
Fabric in the middle, precut to size, paper pieces in the top pocket and a ziplock for trash in the bottom pocket.
I thread basted my hexies for Brinton Hall. I decided to try glue basting this time. This will be a tiny quilt, probably 12 inches square. I can’t wait to get started!
I wanted to mention that I am not likely to respond to comments while I am gone. I read and appreciate each and every one. And I try to answer all questions. But every free moment over the next week or so will be spent with family. I have posts scheduled for most days that I am gone and I will do my best to play catch up when I get back. I hope you will visit anyway, I have some neat projects to share with you!