Here are Glorious Hexagons 121 through 130
This Kim features two of the horses from the Large Horse Head fabric.
With this Kim I start getting some real milage out of the manes on the Large Horse Head fabric. I am utilizing my technique of carefully placing the template to make the manes intersect with the center and sides of the hexagon.
This Kim is another propellor block.
This Doris focuses on one of the heads from the Large Horse Head fabric.
This Doris focuses on one horse from the Large Horse Head fabric. It also makes optimal use of one of the decorative manes as a design element.
This Doris focuses on one horse from the Large Horse Head fabric. A very interesting design element emerges from the center as these pieces come together.
This Carol focuses on one horse from the Large Horse Head fabric. Once again interesting things happen in the center of the block. Even though every Carol block can be put together three ways, in this case assembly was a no brainer. I had to have the little light blue star in the center.
This Carol will bring a welcome touch of blue to the finished quilt. It was actually hard though to decide which way to assemble these pieces. With three good options available I wished I could have made all three.
This Kim was cut from the first section of the panel fabric. I really love the dark triangular element in the center of this block along with the eyes.
I decided to put together a three layer stack of both sections, and to cut nothing but Kim and Doloris blocks from the stacks until the stacks became exhausted. The next sixteen blocks you see will be from the first section of the panel fabric.
This Kim was cut from the first section of the panel fabric. More than a few people in the Glorious Hexagons Facebook group thought that it looked like some strange creature with a large eye and two legs. Interesting. I didn’t see that until it was drawn to my attention. The above two hexagons are two of my favorite so far. There is very little blue in the panel.
I promised you more hexagons from the first section of the panel, but you are just going to have to wait a couple days to see the next ten Glorious Hexagons.