I'm not sure exactly when I started my hexxie quilt. Perhaps toward the end of 2019??? I can't remember and don't feel like going back in my blog at the moment to see if I can find the first post about sewing those little hexxies together. I know I learned how to do them in a free mini-class at the Rogue Valley Piecemakers Quilt show in May of 2019.
So here it is finally finished. It's afghan size. It's all beachy fabrics in seaglass colors and coral with seahorses in the center of the hexxie flowers. It's not evident in the photos but the background hexxies are a white on white beachy print. The binding uses all 9 sea glass fabrics.
Here's a close up of the quilting. I had it quilted by local long arm quilter who did an incredible job. It's not an all over design that was computer driven, it was human driven, flowers in the hexxies, feathers and such in the background. I was blown away by the quilting job. I would love to give the quilter's name out to give credit where it's due but I'm not sure if it's ok to put that on my blog so I won't. I'm very conscious of other's privacy and anyone who has read my blog for a while knows I never put photos of others, mention names unless linking to a website, or even put photos of myself up here.
I have to say I loved hand-sewing all these hexxies. I can see more english paper piecing in my future although maybe next time a wall piece with different shapes, a more contemporary version of the traditional.