2,094? OMG. You are ever so much crazier than I thought. Do you need an intervention?
Definitely a bit mind boggling, but doesn't seem any worse than Bonnie's millions of tiny triangle for her Pineapple Log cabin! And she has to remove all that paper, LOL. You go girl! I'll bet it's kind of relaxing to just baste away like that, almost mindless. Have fun. Hugs, Finn
Thanks for the link to the previous post. I do remember this and I recall the excitement. Probably will be a project to show off your talent the way Hugs and Kisses has.
Okay, you are scaring me!!!! EeeeK
Go, Paula... you can do it! You're over a third of the way there already!!!
Over 2000??? With 700 done, I would settle for a smaller version. You have more patience than I. But it will be a stunning accomplishment when done!
WOW! That's all I can say... what an exercise in patience this is, but what an accomplishment and what a terrific quilt goal to have. Onward and upward!
Seriously?! Have you gone over the edge? ROFLOL. There is no challenge you will not take - this I know about you now. You go for it! It's going to be a terrific quilt. :-D
Paula - you're crazy! But I suppose we all are if we are quilters LOL.Keep going!
700 isn't that many... & at least you know hte magic number. I have no idea how many hexagons I need...
In matters such as this, I find it best to not count them until you are done. Then big numbers are good.It looks like it is going to be a beautiful quilt.
This is going to be beautiful...are you going to embroidery in the white middle like the picture you took? blessings, marlene
Ok. I know we don't know each other very well but...You. are. crazy! and... Better you than me! BUT,BUT, BUT I can't wait to see the progress!!! Your fabrics are fabulous and it is going to be a stunning project!!
Wow! How cute are those!
wow! if you need 30's fabric let me know, i have some I can send to you!
I just can't count the pieces as I'm going . . . too depressing and I can't get over the hump. Good for you for taking on such a HUGE number *S*
Don't worry the men in white jackets will be gentle with you! Ack how many? That is quite a commitment! :o) Keep us posted on the progress!
Have you chosen your background fabric? I just encountered Moda's tea-dyed muslin ... feels wonderful and comes in several shades. Might be an alternative to "muslin" or "white" (check the Delta Patchwork website for the Moda muslins)
OMgosh, this is real patience!!!Beautiful, and I love the photo!!Vicki