This is a continuation of the posts about the elongated hexagon quilt.
The pieces were sewn together in rows, then the rows were sewn together. And yes, there are a lot of Y seams in this quilt, or any hexagon quilt, for that matter. (I wrote a previous blog about how to sew together a hexagon quilt and there are great tutorials on the internet. ) And here is what it looked like after it was sewn together. It is 40" W x 56" H. I'm not totally sure that this is the direction that I like the best. I'll take it to my small quilt group for their input.
I plan to quilt it in straight rows. Not matchstick size, but close together; perhaps 1/4" apart. When I get the quilting done, I'll show it to you in another post.