I’ve been toting this project all around town–I’ve stitched at the park, I’ve stitched at Bluebird’s softball games, I’ve stitched in the car and at doctor’s appointments. All twelve of the hexagon blossoms are complete, and I’ve moved on to piecing the string-pieced foundation blocks. I’ve only sewn up two full blocks to applique the hexagon blossoms to, so when that second one is done I’ll have to sit back down at the sewing machine and whip up more string blocks. Seeing that I’m actively avoiding my sewing machine in order to spend more time outside before the weather climbs into the volcanic range of temperatures, I’m not sure the next string blocks are going to happen anytime soon. We’ll see.
I didn’t use any of the “advertisement” or “mini figures” prints in the hexagons, so they look extra special in the string piecing. I love, love, love this fabric line!* With Michael being the rocket scientist that he is, and doing his best to instill that love in his children; and my love for vintage and retro furnishings, this quilt is going to be so perfect for my little Monkeyboy.
It makes me laugh each time I look at the little rocket boy, stabbed in the head. Sorry not sorry.
With the size of the full string blocks measuring in at 16.5 inches, I’m feeling a little conspicuous when I’m stitching them in public. This might become more of an at-home project in the future. So cute!