Bea is making some hexagons as well and I commented that she isn't crazy since she doesn't need 2000+ fabrics. One of her blog readers offered to send me some fabric scraps she has so a big thank you to Bee for making the introduction and to Allison for being willing to share. Thanks ladies! In addition to that Mary was doing a little scrap organization herself and decided to share the love and sent along a scrap care package as well which should be here any day now. Thanks Mary I promise to put those to good use for you.
Here are the first 109 hexagons that are done. These are gathered from the ends of jelly rolls, bee scraps, and scraps from other projects that were in my scrap bin. No two are the same, but I did find an accidental duplicate when laying them out.
If you don't think I'm crazy for attempting this then come on over an join in the fun. There is no rush to finish and just think how amazing they will look when they are done.
And on a side note just in case I'm not the last one to know, one of my all time favorite quilt bloggers is back. Amanda Jean over at Crazy Mom Quilts is back and she is always full of amazing ideas and projects so be sure to head over and check her out!