Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Hexagon Quilt Without Borders


My Hexagon Quilt is to the stage where it is finished without a border - whew! that has taken years. I am waiting on fabric from Reproduction Fabrics in the US to do the border and then the big job of hand quilting will begin. I think it measures about 45" x 60" at this stage, so it will be easy to handle.

I'm off to a Friendship Day at Roleystone today - I always look forward to that once a month. It is probably about 80 kilometres away and I meet up with lovely friends.

Thanks for visiting and best wishes!

9 Lovely People said ...:

Candace said...

Your quilt is gorgeous, there are a lot of pretty things going on there. I hope you have a wonderful day with your friends.

Kristie said...

Hope you enjoy your day!!! I love that quilt! As always I so enjoy looking at your beautiful work, it is so inspiring! How about a close up photo of that hexagon quilt, I would love to see it closer!!!
Kristie

Ribbonwiz said...

Oh yes Lurline!
That is beautiful and it was worth making it that little bit bigger.
Hope to see it in person on Friday..
Hugs Julia

loulee1 said...

Wow Lurline, thats beautiful.

Sweet P said...

Your hexagon quilt is stunning!

Megan Carroll said...

Congratulations - it's really beautiful.

Chookyblue...... said...

this is a beautiful quilt..........

Donna said...

Your hexagon quilt is beautiful. You do such amazing work. I hope you enjoyed the day with your friends.

susan said...

so pretty. what kind of border will you do? how big are the hex's?