I had previously pulled the fabric for the Craftsy BOM and I’m still liking it, so I thought I would go ahead and start the cutting. . .
But then this showed up on my door step! Silk thread is in the house!
I opened my box containing all the little baggies of die cut hexies. . .hmmm. . .I realized this had the potential of becoming a bit of a mishmash if I wasn’t careful.
I determined which fabric was in each baggy and numbered it so.
Then reviewing the pattern, I determined i would identify the fabric for the row i was working on, baste the required number of hexies and place them basted, back into the numbered baggy.
Once the correct number of hexies for the row were basted and stored, I could sit down and stitch a whole row simply by pulling a basted hexie out of the corresponding numbered baggy.
You may wonder why I just wouldn’t baste all of the little hexies and then sit down prepared to stitch the whole quilt together?
That would probably make sense. . .but oh my, wouldn’t that just be terribly boring!
Anyway, I believe my plan of attack just might work. . .whatcha think? Wish me luck? ;)