I haven't made any more progress on the quilt I shared on my last post (4 months ago - yikes!) but I had a very busy summer packed with friends, sewing, grandkids, retreats, etc. and I'm afraid that this blog fell by the wayside.
Anyway, I'm looking forward to sharing my current project with you now, still a work-in-progress.
Earlier this month, I presented a little talk/demo about One-Block Wonder Quilts at my local Quilt Guild's Semi-Annual Quilt Exhibit, and this is the quilt I started specifically for that demo.
The fabric I chose is a panel called North American Wildlife by Jody Bergsma for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.
I love all the colors in this panel, especially the pops of blue and white.
All the half-hexagons are sewn into vertical rows now and once I get all the rows sewn together I'll make a final decision on borders. I have some fun ideas planned, but I won't commit or share until I have the center done, so check back soon.
In the meantime, here are some pictures I took while working on the blocks. I've never had eyes in my quilt before, so this is a first!