Sunday, November 10, 2013

Road 66 Hexagons and Storm Damage

I've been working more on my Road 66 hexagons from the book Primarily Quilts.  Here are the last two that I've finished.



I really enjoy the fussy cutting on these hexagons and will be kind of sorry when this quilt is put together.


Here are a few of my earlier hexagons along with the outside border fabric.



I probably have enough hexagons finished to do the entire quilt.  I am still glue basting so that part of it goes quickly.  These hexagons are 1 1/8".



Oh Halloween night, we had a terrible storm blow through here.  There was a lot of wind, hail and noise, but it wasn't until the next morning that we saw just how much damage we had.  I think the largest limb that came down was 10 inches in diameter.



We were lucky with this limb.  I stash my unused flower pots here, and I think they saved that limb from taking out the hose that connects the heat pump with the house.



The workers have most of the yard cleaned up now.  The house wasn't damaged in any way, so we were lucky.




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