Thanks for all of your suggestions for naming my heximetry quilt :) I love Marla‘s suggestion for purplexing (Marla, send me your address!). I may have to make another quilt that lives up to Flaun‘s promise of Sugar Plum. And Plum Crazy is a fun idea, too. Anyone else feel blessed with beautiful ideas but not enough time?
Purple Scraps
After some cutting and stitching and trimming, I am happy to announce that I have a gorgeous quilt top. I am thrilled with it, but the weather, well, it’s not giving me a chance to show this off properly.
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So, I’ll have to settle for some indoor close up shots, and then a full reveal when I have it all quilted.
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This quilt was a blast to make. It is FAST. And despite the numerous Y-seams, it is straightforward and fairly easy to construct.
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All of the hexagons are whole hexagons. I didn’t take advantage of this the way I should have, but once this idea of the print rings and hollow centers struck me, it wouldn’t leave me alone. The whole hexagons make this a perfect quilt to showcase fussycutting.
Golden Ring
I’ll definitely make this quilt again, and maybe I’ll use some of my precious Heather Ross. It’s time that stuff disappeared from my shelves. I love the possibility of stitching anything I want with those fabrics, but I think I’ll love looking at them every day, too.

Now I have two quilts ready to be quilted. Let’s see if I can have two new quilts by the end of the month! After all, it’s not a quilt ’til it’s quilted :)

Pattern for this quilt can be found here

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8 Responses to Purplexing

  1. 1
    elsa says:

    This quilt is so wonderful ~ love the open space and the way you did the hexagons is brilliant!

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    Megan says:

    I love it!! Y seams still scare me, or I would make this quilt, too! Great job! I can’t wait to see it all done!

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    Kim says:

    dayum! that was a quick sew! and fantastic too by the way. How do you think the quilting is gonna go down?

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    Rebecca says:

    Amazing – I love it! I can’t wait to see how you quilt it!

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    traceyjay says:

    I loved Ali’s quilt when she first made it — you’ve done such a great job with it! Beautiful!

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    Ali says:

    Why do your quilts with my patterns always look better than mine? From now on, I’ll write patterns, you make the samples, ok? 😉

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    Geta says:

    Beautiful design- but I am not fond of Y seams!
    The quilting should be a lot of fun.

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    Marla says:

    You finished this up really quick! Thanks for choosing my name, wear it well.