I have one more radiation treatment to go!!!!!!
I had seen several mentions lately about a Morris Hexathon. I investigated and found Barbara Brackman's Material Culture blog.
Barbara is a quilt historian and if you're interested there is quite a lot of interesting reading to be had on her blog. She is the source of the Morris Hexathon. There are to be 26 hexagons and so far 15 templates have been posted.
I'm a total newbie to quilting and English Paper Piecing but I figure you have to start somewhere...right?
Here is the post that introduces the Morris Hexathon.....link. To find the rest of the discussions you can look at the page I created on my menu bar across the top. I called it Morris Hexathon.
I found 10 fat quarters that are sort of William Morris-ish in my stash. The fabric design is called All About Autumn #2362 by Laurie Godin for Northcott.
Fist off an admission. I should have read the tutorials but as usual I sailed off on my own...sigh. When will I ever learn?
I tried two of the Hexagons...Westminster and Camelot Star.
I totally screwed up on the little end triangles that finish Westminster as you can see. I don't think I should have all that stuff hanging down. It should be much neater. I will unpick those pieces and try again.
Camelot Star looks a bit more like what I think it should turn out to be in the end.
I will now go and read the tutorials ...:)