Newsflash!

I have broken the “100 Hexagons” barrier!

Can I hear a WOOHOO?

That photo was taken on Sunday after I cleared the table (this is now over my side of the room since we bought Andy a desk) and piled up all my hexagons. Stacks of twelve, as I think that’s how many needed for one row. At least, I think so. It was either ten rows of twelve hexagons, or eleven rows of eleven hexagons. Either way it’s only one hexagon different so I’ll see how it looks when I lay them all out.

I’m hoping to start joining them at the weekend … wish me luck and we’ll see if I can make 20 more hexagons before Saturday. The race is on!

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p.s – THANK YOU so much for all your wonderful comments on my Rosie Ripple! <3

p.p.s I am considering commissions if anyone would like a Rosie Ripple for their very own ;-)

p.p.p.s I’m only half joking…

19 thoughts on “Newsflash!

  1. KT says:

    Woohoo! I can’t wait to see them all joined up. I’m massively impressed by your ability to make 20 by Saturday. My current goal is to make 14 3.5″ granny squares in a week but it doesn’t seem quite so ambitious now!

  2. Heather, here’s another Woo HOO for you! What an accomplishment! I have you listed as one of my favorite blogs on my blog.. ::hint:: LOL

    Hugs from Oregon, USA — Teresa :-)

  3. W00H00! Good for you, Heather! I LoVe this pattern…it IS super c*u*T*e!
    The color combinations you’ve done are FaBuLOuS!!!! What yarns did you use to make this?
    I plan on making one, 1 of these days. (a very long want-to-list)
    It’s going to be LuSHiOuS!

  4. Well done you! I bet you can’t wait to lay them all out and work out how to join them all. I am interested to know whether you will join them randomly or if you decide on an order – if you join in a specific order, how do you record your order? Photo or keeping them in piles? Sorry, I just like to see how different people do things. Two big projects completed in quick succession – much celebrating to be had! x

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