Wednesday, June 13, 2018

And the Hexies Keep Marching On


My pile of basted hexagons has grown significantly thanks to nighttime television watching and a road trip. The trip was the four-hour trek to Dallas last weekend to celebrate a dear friend’s 80th birthday.  It was also an experiment since this was the first time we had traveled to a hotel with both dogs.  They behaved quite well considering how strange it must have seemed to them.  We hope to take them on a longer trip later this year and were relieved to see how they handled it.

Here’s a picture of my growing stack of basted hexies.



I also received a wonderful squishy package of reds and neutrals from my sweet blog friend, Debbie, over at Stitchin’ Therapy.  She saw the pictures of this project in an earlier post and volunteered to feed my hexie addiction.  These will work nicely with the fabrics I’ve already used.  Thanks, so much, Debbie.  We've been friends for many years and I keep hoping to meet you in person some day....




Because I am not confident that I really understand the ramifications of the new EU regulations affecting bloggers, I have made a few changes including removing side-bar items with direct links to third parties, like Bloglovin’.  I have never “monetized” my blog, nor do I have a newsletter or affiliate links.  I also verified that the standard Blogger notice about Blogger and Google cookies appears when viewing my blog from the EU.  Hopefully all this makes me compliant with the new rules.  


3 comments:

Frog Quilter said...

Can't wait to see your hexies in action. Love the red.

Debbie said...

So glad you got the pieces and can use them. It has been several years we have been blogging friends and so it is easy to share and feed the other's addiction:)
I love the red and white together and am watching to see how it progresses.

Debbie said...

Second thought.....you are so good to follow the EU law. Me---I am rebelling at it all. They have dared set foot in my blogging world and I will throw a tantrum before I give in :)