So last week's WIP Wednesday was on small hexagons. This week's WIP Wednesday is on tiny hexagons. I wanted to do a couple of projects that showed the kinds of things you could do with a little Liberty scrap bag, and a doll quilt seemed the perfect way to show off the detailed Liberty prints.
These are 1/2" hexies, and the finished quilt will measure something like 15" x 12". I'm vaguely thinking ti might be a quilt for Percy's doll, but maybe it will need to be bigger for that. It's another slow and steady project (I'm not sure I have any of the quick and dirty sort, actually!), but hopefully will get finished at some point in the not-too-distant future.
Re-joining WIP Wednesdays, incidentally, is proving a great way to hold myself accountable for the myriad WIPs I have at the moment. I always think of myself as someone who never has too many things on the go, but I think I have something like 10 projects in progress right now. Seeing them all laid bare in WIP Wednesday posts is great motivation to actually get some of them finished! And also to give up on one or two which are just never going to make it to the top of the To Do list.
By the way, I have a mad excess of Liberty scraps at the moment, so scrap bags are 25% off in the shop if you fancy making your own Liberty scrap project.
Linking up with WIP Wednesday over at Freshly Pieced.