You’ve probably heard of the Beekeeper’s Quilt by now, so forgive me if I’m telling you something you already know. The Beekeeper’s Quilt is one of those patterns that has spread like wildfire across the knitting world these past few months. It’s a long-term, stash-busting project that is immensely customizable to your own tastes. Hundreds of soft, fuzzy, cushy hexipuffs sewn together into a cozy, floppy quilt? Yes, please!
This project has an added bonus of being charming even while laying around the house in its in-progress state, which is a good thing because this is going to be a very long-term project for me. I started exactly three months ago and I’m only up to 27 puffs, which is yielding about one square foot of quilty goodness.
Its so much fun pulling all the hexipuffs out of their bowl and laying them out to get just a glimpse of what the finished quilt might look like. It also gives you a chance to consider adding additional colors to the mix, which I’ll be doing very soon.
It is, fun, isn’t it? I try not to think about how long it’s going to take. . .
I only recently discovered the blankie mania and I think I’m going to hop onto that bandwagon. So please don’t tell me about a new one. 😉