At QuiltCon Jacquie Gering taught me how to machine piece hexagons, so our Modern Quilt Guild in Las Vegas, NM, asked me to share with them what I learned.
So I shared, in my kind of muddly way, and now we are working on some pieces using giant hexagons. I have been doing my usual procrastination thing and haven't made much headway but Betty brought her finished quilt to the last meeting and it is impressive, more so in person.
Note that the gray background isn't one piece of fabric, but hexagons, too, which adds depth to the quilt. The gray isn't your standard quilting cotton; Betty thinks it might be auto upholstery fabric. It is tweedy and textured, a fun contrast to the center solids.
This quilt is going on a special trip to a long arm quilter where Betty will quilt it herself, her first time.
Betty is one of my quilting heroes: a fearless experimenter, always up for a challenge, ready for adventure.
If you live near Las Vegas, NM, come to our next MQG meeting. We meet the first Monday of the month at 1 pm at ThreadBear.