I have to say I did get a little bored with it by the time I got to stitching the rows together. Its ALOT of seams in one quilt. And a lot of seams to match. But I took a break and put it away (I was trying to get it done by last Saturday) for a day or so and then got it back out. After that it was better and I enjoyed putting the last 7 rows together. Though not perfectly matched, I am happy with most of my seams.
My friend Flora made this quilt and warned me about the hexes not laying quite flat. And she was right - they don't all lay perfectly flat. I am totally sure it will be fine once it is quilted. Now how to have it quilted? I'm thinking of what to tell the machine quilter. What do you think?
Part of my problem I think was over cutting and over sewing wedges and half hexes. I've probably got enough for at least a table runner or baby quilt. I'm not sure how that happened. That darn math got me again. These go in a project bag for a bit though. I'm not ready to decide what to do with the leftovers yet.
But its done! And I like it. Even though it was fairly easy, all things considered after finishing it I rate it at at mid range experienced rather than beginner. -nanette