Here are Glorious Hexagons 91 through 100.
This Kerry was cut entirely from the running horse fabric. I wanted to put an emphasis on the dark horses. The same horse is used for the outer and the inner shapes.
This Sonja emphasizes the lighter horses of the running horse fabric and uses some of the darker cuts of the yellow rust fabric.
I love the yellow star in the middle of this Jeannie. The outer shapes appear to be pieced because of the pattern of the fabric.
I love the central star on this Jeannie and the way it works with the light colored horses of the running horses fabric.
Jeannie has just a wonderful star in its center. The stars in Jeannie always manage to look good.
Katja is not an easy block to make. This one was cut entirely from the second section of the panel fabric.
This Judy brings the rust colored mane fabric into the mix. This block also uses the running horse fabric for the hexagons. The lower left outer diamond is not facing the same way as the others. Did you notice? Neither did I. Fixing that is something I will get around to some day.
This Carol was cut from the second section of the panel fabric. It is very mechanical and appears to be made out of more pieces than the six triangles that are used because of the geometric design of the fabric from which it is cut.
This Carol is also made from the second section of the panel fabric. This block looks less mechanical because of the gentle curves.
This Carol was also made from the second section of the panel fabric. Because of the cut of the pattern, this Carol has a bit of a Katja feel to it.