WIPs Be Gone

Used about 1/8th of scraps to start this:

Couldn't resist trying it after watching Karen Eckmeier's tutorial. Click here to watch it:
photo by Karen Eckmeier
This piece does have a scrap of brown, and I've pulled others, but that's all I've done toward this month's RSC2016.

On my hexie project (WIP #18), I've almost finished one side.  It's harder than I thought inserting those hexies, but I think it's worth it.  Here's the side I 've done:

I know some of you wanted me to leave it as it was, however, I like the separation that the darker line gives and how the rosettes on the outside are now more pronounced.

What are you up to? Would love to see it, whether finished or WIP progress or an old post, or even about what is going on in your life - not necessarily quilty. Share your goodness. Linky below closes Monday, midnight.


  1. ypir picture is a beauty, will check out the video in a minute. Hexies look good too, have got my box of hexies out yesterday and must do something with them

  2. I love your landscape and will look at your inpiration. Looks like fun to do!
    Your haxies have such a beautiful colors!

  3. Your landscape quilt is so cute. Very pretty. The hexies are coming along. Blessings, Gretchen villacrestfarm@yahoo.com

  4. Landscape is so pretty--great video--your hexies are really gorgeous, too...hugs, Julierose

  5. Love the rolling hills Angie....so cute and homey

  6. Angie,
    The landscape quilt top is beautiful!! I saw the video at Guild and was very impressed. I have several scraps of batiks that will work well for one of these tops. And, you know me, I can also see an embroidered house, trees, and maybe even a cow on the hills. Ha! Hope you're feeling better.
    See you in Guild.

  7. Love your little scene! You are the one who has to be happy with the hexagon piece. It would be a shame to do all that work and forever wish you had changed it. It was quite nice the other way, I think, but you will be happier now.

  8. Love your color choices for the rolling hills, they look great. And so does your hexie project.


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