She and I have been patiently getting ourselves together....524 hexagons of various size, 82 honeycomb shapes and 279 various 6 pointed star diamonds and of course there was lots and lots of fussy cutting.
Throughout the process of the quilt I made myself use mostly fabrics that I had stashed away (and there was lots) and to also view some of those fabrics differently when looking to fussy cut them. It was also quite demanding to use fabric that I didn't have a great fondness for and also to only use fabrics once in each row.
Being that it has just taken me 4 hours to write the pattern, and that is just the first draft as I always check my patterns several times before printing, and no diagrams are yet in place, the whole process from devising the product, making the quilt and then getting the pattern out to you is like watching a slow growing tree giving its all!
Oh yes and then there is the hand quilting to come!
So hopefully, "Miss Elizabeth" will be out there for all to enjoy in the next 8 weeks or so.....fingers crossed.