Procrastination Station

It's been a little quiet around here and for that I am sorry. I am down to my last triangle that I have photographed. I then made the mistake of not shooting a bunch more when it was sunny and 73 degrees on Monday. My brain kept telling me that as long as I had something to blog about, I shouldn't sweat it. Can't trust that brain, it's full of mush.

Though I may not have more hexies ready to go, I have been sewing up a storm on my machine (and by hand, but the stacks of basted but not yet stitched hexies are decidedly less fun). I finished my first free motion quilted quilt, a toddler size for my sassy thing. That'll get a post of its own. This week I've been working on a large throw quilt in Kona and Cotton+Steel. It's going together so fast (thank you precuts!) and is looking so great I can't wait to finish it up and show you that too! (Though you'll just have to be happy with the top. I am kinda stumped on how to quilt it.)


Anyhow, we both know you're really here for the hexies not excuses, calendar notes or even pictures of my adorable kid.

This one is another from the African fabric my dad brought back the first time he went. It actually has a really nice hand unlike most of the others which are definitely synthetic. I think it might actually be cotton. It looks pretty cozy nestled there with it's buddies the ostrich eggs.

Hexie count: 25

For those of you keeping track, I'm up at 267. Only 350ish to go. GAH.