Friday, February 4, 2011

New Hexagons and Last night of Contest!

Tonight is the last night to enter into the contest. You don't want to miss out, who wouldn't like free money to spend on anything you want;) You can still sign up tonight, the drawing will be tomorrow.

I started my christmas hexagons. I was going to go with colonial florals, but found I have a lot of the darker red and black shades, so hoping I have enough of these three to do them all this way. I will mix the greens up, using what I have. I want it to be uniform in some ways, but scrappy in other. I will be adding a border of a dark cream shade so that the diamonds will be sitting on a cream background. It all depends on what I can find to match, I may change my mind;) The sizes are all the same, it is the angle that makes them look off.


9 comments:

primitivebettys said...

I'm behind on reading blogs this week... lots of crafting has been being done though. Lots of crafting for you too! Easter & Christmas goodies... and still time to play with the kitties. :) Looks great!

Courtney said...

These are looking great! The colors are rich and it will be beautiful. Can't wait to see the on-going progress as it comes together.
Courtney

acorn hollow said...

so pretty
cathy

moosecraft said...

Looks GREAT! At first glance I thought it was a finished Valentine! ;-)

Libby said...

Great colors - but I'm a little confused by triangles. How will they fit together with hexagons. I have seen diamond shapes. Oh guess I'm just a little slow this morning . . . . maybe I had better have another cup of coffee *s*

Sue said...

Those are gorgeous! Love the fabrics.

Are you hand piecing? and maybe with inklingo? or another method? lol
I ask, because I hand piece mine using inklingo and love it.

Enjoy your weekend!

Joanne said...

Good going - getting a head start for Christmas! Looking good!

soggibottom said...

I'm way behind with every thing this week. :-)
As always, it's great to see your work Debbie, also the pics of that scamp Moki :-) x x x

doris said...

What beautiful colors, I love them.