It's been a while since I posted about my X quilt because I just couldn't get motivated to do the back. I had one sort of large piece of green and a ton of small black, white, and black/white prints. I just couldn't make up my mind what to do with them. Well, I figured out that I was thinking about it; that was the problem. I plan the fronts but I have yet to plan a back. I usually just start sewing and see what happens. So that's what I did.
As a reminder, here is the front of the quilt.
I am pleased with it and I plan on sandwiching it today. I'm not really sure how I'm going to quilt it yet. I only straight line stitch but I think this quilt lends itself to that.
I was taken with the display of red and white quilts exhibited at the American Fold Art Museum in March. This is a little more traditional rather than modern but I wanted to try to create something with my take on it. I decided to do a hexie project that I gave a sneak picture of here.
I picked up some Kona cardinal and bleach white for this project. I started with a yard of each because I still need to organize my fabrics. Things are getting a little out of hand.
There's also a picture there of the hexies I've been making for an unnamed project. Well, I'm up to about 62 of those and I think I'm going to turn them into a girl's quilt for the 100 Quilts for Kids project.
My sister's Random Reflections quilt!
Whew! Okay, time to get some kids to camp so I can start sandwiching!