Pezzygon Park – top

It’s funny, but a 20″ square quilt goes so much quicker than a ‘full size’ baby one. Imagine that! I’ve been making a modified Hexagon Park, because I wanted to play around with machine-pieced hexagons. It’s my first time playing with angles – spray starch is my friend!

I have a complete top!

And some binding cut, joined and pressed, ready to go!

The quilt is basted and I bet I can get it done this week. It will be my first time quilting on this sewing machine, so I’ll keep it simple and do echo-y zig-zags between the hexagons. So that’s my priority WIP for the week.

Other WIPs include turning a flat sheet into a fitted one, and waiting for the thread to arrive so I can quilt my Colourful Lemonade top (it’s basted and ready to go). If that takes a while to show up, I might just start cutting out fabric for placemats.

And I woke up this morning to some great news. I won a giveaway! The lovely Very Kerry Berry was recently giving away some Art Gallery FQs. They’re gorgeous and it totally made my day!

Linking up with WIP Wednesday over at Freshly Pieced, guest-hosted by Katy this week.

4 thoughts on “Pezzygon Park – top

  1. ah, this is adorable! I’m working on a Hexagon Park quilt, but mine is queen size. Yours looks much more manageable! Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday!

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