Sunday, June 24, 2012

Oh my stars.....

Hi everyone,

I've been busy working the last 4 days.
It was hot working Wednesday and Thursday with the high humidity making it feel like temps were in the mid 40 degrees Celsius.
I worked night shift on Friday and Saturday and the temps were more comfortable.
We don't have AC at work.

When I work night shifts I usually bring some hand sewing with me.
We do our hourly winds, and if everything is good, then we sit there til the next one.
So, I worked on my Hexagon Star quilt.
This one has been in the making for about 3 years.
I take long breaks from working on this one.

The last time I took a picture of this top in progress was here.

Sew, I got a few more stars to add now.

Hugs

13 comments:

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Continued progress and very beautiful!

SewCalGal said...

I've really enjoyed seeing this quilt come together. The top is really looking great. Going to be a beautiful quilt.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Looking great keep at it!!

:) Carolyn

Darlene said...

It's coming along nicely. Love it.

retdairyqueen said...

This will be a lovely quilt Send some heat this way please It is so wet and cold here

Jane S. said...

It's already beautiful, just think how it will look when it's all done! :)

a good yarn said...

It's ncie to have a project that doesn't have a deadline. This is a beautiful quilt. ann :-)

DebbieM said...

What a beautiful star quilt. It looks so hard to do, way beyond my quilting experience. Glad you can work on things at your job.

Wendy said...

Wow, what a lot of work that quilt is going to represent!! Wish I had time to sew at work but I think my boss would notice and be a bit annoyed as I work in an office!

Dresden Quilter said...

It is gorgeous!

Michele Pacey said...

keep at it Ariane, you're doing so well!

A question: is it paper-pieced like my hexagons?

Nanette Merrill said...

Oh my, hexagon stars - amazing

Babs MacKenzie said...

Can you tell me where to find the pattern or a tutorial, thank you! It is beautiful!