We made another quilt from ACT designed by Bronwyn Hayes - not sure what this one is called (I'm pretty sure "Country" was in the title somewhere).
In 2004 Mum made a whole stack of hexagons for Bouquet Garden from Homespun No 21 (2004 YearBook). Being the not-so-good daughter, these hexagons have sat in a cupboard along with all the cut borders (9 of them), waiting to be joined together to form the centre medallion.
The medallion was finished over the weekend, except for pressing and removal of some of the papers. Mum, bless her heart, even made half and quarter-size hexagons for the edges and corners - these will need the seams pressing out so that they can be sewn in the first border seam allowance. The top and bottom edges will be appliqued onto the border fabric. There is another bag of hexagon flowers to be appliqued to border 4 along with some appliqued swags. I'm hoping this quilt will be next on my list.
"Tail Feathers" is on the doover and quilting will, hopefully, be finished tonight. Still undecided about binding fabric other than it will be a Patisserie fabric.
Again, I could not envision the finished size of this quilt and it's turned out too big for a cot, even with leaving off the outer border. Patisserie has to be one of the loveliest fabric ranges ever.