Progress is being made on the hexie quilt. This thing is going to be enormous! I have 1772 hexagons that have been sewn into strips and now I am adding hexies to the strips, to make strips of nine. I think this technique is going to help me distribute the colors and fabrics evenly, as well as incorporate some light colored fabrics.
It's hard to believe that there are over 1200 hexies stacked on this tray!
Chase found the tray the other night...
and got really comfortable. He does this with every project I work on. What can I say? The pup loves fabric!
Aaron's cousin, Tom, is here for a few days and took some pics of us on a bike ride yesterday. Tom rode Aaron's bike, so I rode with Ethan in the Christiania. Riding bikes has become such a part of our life here. I absolutely love the bike culture in Denmark.
We are going to bike downtown today and show Tom Copenhagen. On the list: Nyhavn, Christiania, Strøget, smørrebrød and/or pølser, flødeboller, and Danish pastries, but not in that order. We're glad that he could come and visit--it's been so much fun!
My brother got engaged to the most wonderful woman yesterday and the whole family is thrilled! Ethan is getting another fabulous auntie!