Now that I've finished my Aura hexagon top, it's time to prepare for quilting. First, I used a crochet hook to remove the remaining hexagon papers. That was fun and easy. Much easier than removing paper foundation piecing bits. If you're curious, I used a size G crochet hook.
Then, I ironed the top and took this stellar photo on my design wall. I like the way the yellow dots of color jump out at you and move your eye around the quilt.
I'm using a terrific dotty print for the backing. I'd be quilting it right now, but I need to get some batting.
Did you guess the quilt block from my last post was a Log Cabin? Great job! Here's the finished block. It will be the first in my new series of tutorials I've got planned for next year, "Quilt Block Classics". Stay tuned.
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