The Artistic, Hexotic, Hop-A-Long, Hex-a-long, Hillbilly, Hectic Hexies
I just love this Ahhhh today, so hopefully those of you that are waiting on it will find it worth the wait. I got it finished this afternoon but I had a quilting student tonight so I couldn't blog about it until now.
If you will remember, I am using a new computer so when I sat down to write this post, I got so disappointed that I couldn't crop the image as I would like. It frustrates me that it is so hard to freehand crop images on line. I need to load my program on here. I hate to do that. It is large and about 20 years old. No kidding! But the only online freehand crop I can find is Pixlr and that one I can't figure out how to use. So, the point is....my Ahhhh is very pretty but it has ugly edges :)
The Seven Stars hexagon block was first published by Grandmother Clark around 1932. I am quite happy with my version.
Please excuse the wobbly drawing. I drew this last week while my student was sewing and I didn't have my Ahhhh ruler with me. I never use my marker drawings as my actual Ahhhh. Not accurate enough!
In the above I try to explain that you can just grab a piece of graph paper and cut your parts.
It will be accurate, and I've already done all the work for you.
You won't even have to draw it out.