At first I thought I would make 4 separate wall hangings with 3 columns of color hexies. Then I thought I would put them all in one quilt, each separated by a column of white hexies. When I put them up on my design wall, I didn't have enough room to put all the white hexies on so I put the color hexies all together side by side and that's when it hit me that I should just put them all together without the columns of white. So, each time I made a design change had to rearrange hexies that I had already sewn together.
Then, finally, after sewing all the columns and putting them on the board I realized one color would look better elsewhere. I really liked it where I had it based on the meaning of the color groupings but it looked better in a different part of the quilt so I had to take apart probably 8 hexies in 6 columns and cut a new one and sew them all up again. Aaaargh!
So, finally I have them just where I want them and they look great! They overlap in the pictures below because I have yet to sew them together. I am going to start sewing them together this week! Here is a sneak peak. Exciting! Can you name all the colors? Hmmmm. That would be a nice giveaway idea, no?
Take a look what everyone else is doing in this week's WIP Wednesday post at Freshly Pieced.