Sunday, July 16, 2017

Slow Sunday Hexies

This past week has been one that was rather productive for me and now I reward myself with some slow, relaxing handwork. The EPP possibilities continue to fascinate me, so I am ready to work on some more.


For our Friday morning group - Frankfort Girls - I glue-basted this wonderful little stack of elongated hexies for that waterfall-type quilt I want to make. The two fabrics are those random ones I bought at Pohlars in Indiana a week ago. The waterdrop blue is a fabric I bought back in April for this quilt; that stack will be glue-basted after I cut the hexie points. Below is a picture of a few of the hexies put together in random fashion. It's hard to make this look like water with such a small sampling; I definitely need more blues.


Then, I have also been hankering to do another POTC block, so I have this center for a start.


I have a wonderful piece of Marcus fabric which lends itself to fussy cutting. I definitely need to work on perfecting my fussy cutting skills.


So besides stitching, I will also spend a good portion of the afternoon with my friend Cheryl poolside. Rest and relaxation, ahhh. 

I am linking up with Kathy and her Slow Sunday party.

Happy Quilting, Friends!

5 comments:

A Colorful World said...

Love the fabric! Doing hexies can be so relaxing!

Gretchen Weaver said...

Your EPP blocks look very nice. I have the book for POTC and the fabrics too. I just need to get started but I'm tired of having so many project going at a time and want to finish some of the other first. The border print looks like a fun one for this project. How many of the blocks have you completed? Enjoy the pool.

Quilter Kathy said...

Sounds like the perfect day! ENjoy!

Jennie in GA said...

Love your epp starts. I am obsessed with epp at the present!! Have all of my POTC blocks finished and ready for assembly. Love your start...that fabric is perfect.

CathieJ said...

Pool and stitching. Sounds like a winning combination.