Showing only five hexagons at a time is not helping me to catch my blog up with my actual production of hexagons. I have, therefore, decided to start posting ten hexagons at a time in an effort to bring my blog in line with reality.
So here are the next ten hexagons, numbers 61 through 70.
This carol is cut from the panel fabric. Those are horse ears. Yes. The horses on the panel are that big! I love the abstract design that these ears create.
This Doris is cut from the panel fabric. Tilting the shape to cut in a wonky way off the border design yielded some interesting results.
This Kim is cut from the large horse head fabric. I am not sure that I like the emphasis on the large yellow shapes. These yellow shapes create a lot of contrast in the block. Maybe the block will play better in the finished piece than I think.
This Kerry is cut from the panel fabric. There is an area of that fabric with a really nice blue horse. The Kerry block is a close relative of the Dawn block. You could say they are sisters.
This Kerry is cut from the same area of the panel fabric as the Kerry above it.
This Kim is cut from the large horse head fabric. Someone in the Facebook group said that this block reminded her of mice. I would not have thought of that, but I can see it now that it is drawn to my attention.
This Kerry is cut from the panel fabric. It is cut from my very favorite horse head on the panel, and so far this is one of my favorite blocks.
This Carol is cut from the panel fabric. It is very abstract. Once again the fabric pattern does the heavy lifting for this block to create a very interesting abstract block.
This Doris is cut from the panel fabric. I used the print of the fabric to divide the kite shapes in half for an interesting effect. This block has a great deal of contrast between the warm and the cool halves of the kites.
This Doris was cut from the panel fabric. I will admit that I cut it to make use of a fairly large portion of the layer stack that was left behind after I had harvested more interesting cuts. This block is not a favorite. I am not even sure if I like it at all. This block may make its way onto a reject pile from which I will try to make something of interest with coordinating solids. If I use solids to create modern areas of negative space it would be quite modern and perhaps even be an interesting challenge.