See how teeny that flower is. I don't think I have a 1/4" hexie quilt or any other project in my future. It was fun. The very first time I have put hexies together. I have some basted and waiting to be put in a project but had not done the actual whipstitching. It wasn't hard once I got the hang of it. Next month's project is a teeny easier.
I finally cut the threads off the back of my charity quilt for Hand 2 Help. My quilt is going to go to Happy Chemo. The pattern is from "Scrap Republic" by Emily Cier. I am sure that I have other quilts from that book in my future since I have so many scraps. I pieced the back from lots of pink prints. I quilted along the edges of my log cabin strips.
I also managed to get three more blocks done on my City Sampler. They are shown here on my very own autographed copy of Tula Pink's book.
I have acquired quite a few yellow, black and white fabrics to use in my sampler. I also participated in a rainbow charm square swap. I mailed two yards of fabric cut into 56 charms. My colors were blue and purple. I used a blue from Simply Color and Laurie Wisburn's Tufted Tweets for my swap fabric.
Forget to snap a photo of the blue but it was the Ikat pattern.