|A scrappy Hexagon Spiderweb|
It was the morning of my class in Philadelphia but I was so excited about this pattern that I had to solve the mystery right away. Barbara had already figured out the centers of the block. I did the rest!
Although the mystery was solved and I thought I would make a small sample before I post about this quilt. Sadly, I realized this morning that I am not cut out for foundation piecing.
I have never attempted to make a quilt using paper foundation.
For a girl who loves to just get her fabrics out and start cutting, or pick up the scraps and piecing, this method is a LOT OF WORK! Those of you who have worked with foundations piecing, this should be a piece of cake!
But since I figured out the pattern, Barbara and I thought it would be fun to start a quilt along, I am going to learn how to foundation piece and make this quilt.
|Betsey Tellford Goodwin's Rocky Mountain Quilts|
Leave a comment and let me know if you are.
If there is enough interest, I will post on how to draft this block. You will have to figure out how to piece the hexagons.
Visit Barbara Brackman's Material Culture to learn more about these quilts and her process on the quilt she made!