Hexagon Graph Paper Rocks The House
Thank goodness for this printable hexagonal graph paper. As I work to stitch the final batch of blooms for my ArtPrize quilt, I’ve been thinking about the final shape this quilt will take. Having this graph paper eliminates the guess work. The donated ties I’m working with aren’t as bright as the colors above. But at this point I’m not worried about the colors. I’m more concerned with the shape and really loving this graph paper that makes it easy to experiment without laying all the blooms out on the floor.
I’ve been working on this project every day and lost count of how many blooms I’ve stitched a along time ago. The only thing that is certain is that there is no possible way I could do this project by myself on such a tight deadline. Thank you to everyone who has stitched a bloom or two and big, major thanks to the volunteers who have stitched multiple blooms. You’re all very awesome people.
The best part of this project has been meeting all the volunteers. Stitch with a stranger and you won’t be strangers for long. It’s a beautiful thing.