I've been making a lot of progress with my hexie flower quilt.
I've been making this quilt up as I go along, so I never really considered the irregular edges until recently. So now I am basting more hexies to fill in those gaps and make a properly rectangular quilt. After all, what's another 193 to baste, sew into the necessary units and then attach to the quilt top? Good thing I really enjoy the whole epp process! Plus, the whole top has now become too big for me to work on while we're driving out of town, so tomorrow I can take my basting kit and I'll still be able to spend a couple of hours stitching.
Since I was starting all over again with the basting, I took the time to write my first tutorial this week. If you missed it, you can check out how I prepare hexagons for english paper piecing.
Erin at Sew at Home Mummy and her Beautify Your Blog series. It has been packed full of helpful information so far and I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.
I hope you're having a great weekend. Have a Happy Mother's Day tomorrow!