I know it doesn’t look like much….but finding some black low value darkish patterned fabric took some time…Monet’s City  is now on my Design Wall ( as Sleigh Bells Ring is layered on my dining room table ready for pin basting).
this fabric just arrived and I have been cutting hexies to fill in along my older black prints……trying this and that and unsewing and resewing and 
well, you get the picture!
The French Writing hexies should fit in right off the top black spaces to be surrounded by water lily rosettes….
I had a bit of William Morris Revisited from a charm Pack and am planning on rosettes coming off this line and at corners also to spread it out … like:
this– and on the two opposing sides—– the long strips of French Writing …
 A whole lot of basting going on here and……………
here and another box full too….so I have been working slowly but steadily toward what I hope will work to surround the inner city….this is a real puzzle for sure!  The only new fabric not in my stash is the one above–all else is Stashmania!! LOL
I hope you are finding time to visit Hexagonia too…hugs, Julierose La Blageuse
P.S.  i would love to do that Milleflora Hexalong–but am still enmeshed in my Inner City–just so many hexagons I can sew at a time and keep straight–sort of…haha)

About dezertsuz

quilter, crazy quilter and stitcher
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  1. tubakk says:

    This is so cool. I love to see your progress.

  2. I love the black you found and can't wait to see how all this comes together. You could sign up to get the millefiore newsletters and start it later. LOL

  3. Julierose says:

    Yes that is a great idea about the millefiore; thank you both for your continuing interest and comments…hugs, Julierose

  4. Mariella says:

    really great 3D effect in this project, 'textured'! This is amazing!! I

  5. Julierose says:

    Thanks Mariella–I am working hard to expand it gracefully! Hugs, Julierose

  6. liniecat says:

    Your piecing is so clever, its looking great : )

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