English Paper Piecing Quilt, Part 2

It took me almost a year and a half to finish the first phase of my quilting project and now just a scant three months after finishing that, I’m on to the next part! I’ve almost completed sewing the hexagons into groups of seven and now they’re all laid out on the floor awaiting assembly!

Assembled hexagons

Just like when I was making the individual hexagons, I aimed for about 250 hexagons to a quart size bag; this amounted to 36 pieces made up of 7 hexagons. This meant each gallon zie bag contained 1008 hexagons.

Assembled hexagons Laying out hexagons Hexagon flowers

I think I can start to visualize a finished product!

Hexagons

2 thoughts on “English Paper Piecing Quilt, Part 2”

  1. Watching you work on this while we were in Jordan was so cool– can’t wait to see the finished product! You’ve inspired me think about taking up quilting again 🙂

  2. This is already looking beautiful. Your color choices work really well. I’ve always wanted to try paper piecing but have been a little intimidated by the time needed.

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