Hilachas is the Spanish word for those little loose threads that fall all over the floor and sewing area as you finish sewing and snip the tail end of the thread off the sewn area. So does this blog entail the odds and ends of topics of interest, leaving more loose threads to ponder...
When it's Tuesday in Texas, USA, it's not Tuesday in Australia. I think. Anyway, Anthea hosts an EPP linky for us on her Tuesday in Australia. Here is is already Wednesday in Texas and I'm barely now posting so I can hook-up to Anthea's linky.
Here's a photo of my big project in progress:
This part is not that much fun as it's hard so sew all these hexies together but it's getting there.
And the accumulation of half-inch hexie flowers continues. Here are 3 more:
Thanks, Anthea for providing the linky. Click "Hibiscus Stitches" to see what others are doing with their EPP.
Well, the 2nd Tuesday of the month, the day when Anthea of Hibiscus Stitches provides a linky for us to share our hexie projects, has arrived and almost gone. I'm writing this as I sit in a hunting blind at our little Texas ranch. We're hunting feral hogs. So far, no luck. Of course, I'm looking at my iPad as I write this instead of looking out for a feral hog to wander by. But, I digress. Earlier I walked about the ranch admiring our beautiful wildflowers and thinking about Anthea's hexie link. I sewed up a couple of flowers for my partner in the "Inchy-Hexagon Flower Swap."
Here they are in front of a Prickly Pear cactus flower...
and another of them with the "Mexican Hat" wildflowers as well as a few cactus berries.
Then I saw these beautiful little yellow wildflowers, the perfect place to photograph these three little half-inch hexie flowers for my life-long project of making enough half-inchers to make a quilt some day.
Thanks, Anthea, for providing the linky. Check out Anthea's blog to see the hexie projects others have made.