Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Angela’s Hexagon quilt….

Forty seven years ago my cousin Angela set about making a hexagon flower quilt with scraps from family clothing.

Angela's quilt before quilting

There’s every kind  of fabric from that era that you can think of in this quilt.

A glorious array of colours and textures.
Angela's quilt before quiltingclose up

It quilted up lovely. Nice soft all over in the centre:

Angela's quilt middle

The wide border was a perfect place for some swirly dwirly quilting.

Angela's quilt

It was a pleasure to quilt this up for my cousin.

Linking up with Julie Lou and Linda from Koka Quilts


Thanks for popping by



  1. Wow, what a stunning quilt. They say good things take time. I always love hexi quilts, and I bet there are some fun memories from some of those fabrics. Yet again your quilting is perfect. Thanks for linking to Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE.

  2. What a treasure....all those memories, the dark border sets the fabrics off well.

  3. Where has this treasure been hiding for the last 47 years?

  4. It's gorgeous! Such a clever and attractive use of hexagons.

  5. So pretty and I also love the dark border. Your quilting is lovely too!

  6. It's rather lovely! So many fabrics, so many memories! And your quilting adds to it beautifully Linda! I too, wondered where it had been for the past 47 yrs :)


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