I thought I would update you with the progress of this project.
It has grown really well.
I have got the main shapes attached to the size I want and am now working on filling the gaps in.
These shapes are to fill in the gaps and they have inspired me for another project.
And this is once the gaps are starting to be filled…
Not far off finishing now and I haven’t got bored …yet!
I had the brilliant idea of making a pencil wrap for the very collection of drawing pencils and pens I use for drawing when I’m sitting on the sofa. The main need for this arose when I tried, sadly without success, to save a beautiful Faber Castell 4B pencil from my lovely dog who was ‘playing’ with it at the time. He had succeeded in sneaking it away from me without my noticing. So in memory of my much loved pencil I embarked on my new project.
I decided to use the hexagon die set I have from Crafters Companion and selected the middle size. Whilst I realise that it is smaller and will take far longer than using one of the larger sizes I thought the pattern would be more effective on a little project with smaller shapes, or else the pattern would get lost.
So this is what I did:
Stage 1: Cut paper shapes (using recycled paper that I had previously printed on) – DONE
Stage 2: Cover paper pieces with fabric – DONE
Stage 3: Join 9 hexagons together to make 1 piece – COMPLETED SOME
Stage 4: Join completed shapes together – COMPLETED SOME
Having laid the shapes out to get the pattern of colours I then joined them in 3’s to make a line and then joined those lines together.
Just have to do some more now and make it bigger.
Please come back to see my progress.