This was the dresser runner which I bought in Houston and I couldn't resist re-making it to preserve it. The hexagon flowers were nicely made but the connecting white hexes weren't and it had been cut through some of the hexagon flowers and some of the pieces had frayed quite badly. I have re-made it with the hexagons a bit smaller to avoid the damaged and weakened fabric. I started it at the start of November 2014 and finished it tonight. It's a very sweet little cot sized quilt and it will make a lovely memento of my time in Houston at IQF. I had to repair some of the hexes which had been cut in half and I also had to substitute some fabrics when I didn't have enough to make the hexie flowers from all of the same fabric. All of the fabric is the original from the 1930s except the borders and I used a 1930s reproduction fabric on the binding.
I'm really pleased with it and really wanted it finished before I start on my next rescue project of the Red and cream Lone Star top.
It's great to have some finishes so quickly and have plenty more to go. Back to deciding on my next UFO finish.
Hugs, Jan Mac