As promised, today I am taking a look back at some of my bigger hexie quilts. The first one shown here was made for a dear friend. All the fabrics are from Denyse Schmidt’s lines.
My version of Brinton Hall is a fairly recent finish. This was my first go at English Paper Piecing.
This next one is my very oldest hexie quilt! I remember making a template out of a plastic coffee can lid! It is hand pieced and hand quilted. It actually appeared in a magazine in the mid 1990s. You can tell my scrap stash was pretty weak at the time!
The block in this next quilt is often called a coffin due to the shape. I hand pieced this one and machine quilted it on my domestic machine.
This one is a late 1990s finish. It is hand pieced and hand quilted. It has been hanging behind our piano for years! I still love it!
This bed quilt was finished shortly after we moved to France in 1997. It is also hand pieced and hand quilted. Most of the piecing was done while waiting for my kids at gymnastics.
I have recently cut out yet another hexie quilt. I hope to start piecing that one soon!
Have a great day!