One of the wonderful things about the Inchy Hexie Flower Swap is that the members are from all over the world including Edda who sent these beauties from Iceland right across the world to here, in Melbourne, Australia.
I've asked for my hexies to be in red, pink and white and I'm just sewing them together at random as they arrive. I love how this quilt is coming together. When it is big enough I will bag it and then hand quilt with pink perle cotton. It is going to live on the back of this couch over my checked quilt.
I love the look of layers of fabrics whether on a couch or on the bed. No minimalism in this house.
With Halloween nearly here I couldn't resist these little cuties. You can find the patterns HERE at wonderful Paper-and-String.
Sam, Henry, John and I headed off to Cobden on the weekend. It was their Spring Festival and a special celebration at the Cobden Miniature Railway. Sam and John played with trains and Henry and I played in the beautiful grounds which include a pioneer settlement, playground, mini golf, lake and fabulous gardens. There was delicious food in the clubrooms too. Huge thanks to all involved for making us feel so welcome.
I was pretty excited to see the trees in the main street of town had been yarn bombed.