You can join in this Hexalong at any time and use the templates I am using or just do your own hexagons. The starter post for the HAL is here. Share anything you make in the Lily's Quilts Flickr Group. After piecing and piecing and piecing and piecing hexagons on holiday, I came back to find two delicious Moda layer cakes on my doormat. Northcote Range by Cabbages and Roses
which contains wonderful vintage style chintz large and small scale prints and stripes.
And Etchings by 3 Sisters
which contains beautiful Paris map and architectural and vintage script prints.
I chose these because they match both the colour scheme of my Hexalong fabrics as well as the vintage, shabby chic style. Without further ado, I basted an additional 50 or so large scale, unpieced hexagons from these two layer cakes bringing my total to the 103 required for my quilt (11 rows of 9 plus 4 more on the final row). Next step, lay out the whole lot on the design wall and start piecing but right now I'm pretty excited to have 103 hexagons ready to go.