...from the fabric of my life
Rae has caught the bug! These little hexagons are so portable – and addictive.
In fact, the Frederica Josephson Quilt from Kim McLean’s pattern in Dr Annette Gero’s book “The Fabric of Society” is the perfect take-along project.
Little by little, piece by piece, they come together in moments of spare time, each one a little treasure.
A gold star for your fussy cutting, Rae
Lovely fussy cutting indeed! I even recognise some of the fabrics as being in my stash.
What a lovely collage! These are such pretty prints, Rae. You ALMOST make me want to get mine back out again to finish it. But I didn't do nearly as good of a job choosing prints, as you did!
The rose fabric I used in my very first quilt ever. I love your fussy cutting!!
Exquisite. I first saw this quilt in the header of the blog called Secret Sewing Sisters, done in shades of blues and tan. I really want to make one but cannot find the book on Amazon. I am hoping my library will be able to find it for me.
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