The design possibilities are endless! It is a wonderful use of just ONE large or unusual print, and part of the fun is searching for just the right fabric! The hexagons go together very easily with a technique that does not use “Y” seams. Easy and simply fabulous!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Class Time: 8:30AM - 11:30AM
Class Cost: $20.00
Pattern Fee: Book is $24, also required is a 60 degree ruler (paid to instructor)
Kit Fee: N/A
Size: Sample is 44" x 83". Long and skinny, but I have a place for it! The instructions in the book suggest doing a layout beginning with 10 rows by 10 rows, which makes the finished quilt 60" x 72" including an inner border 1-3/4" wide and on outer border of 2-3/4" wide. You get to decide how large you want your quilt, and the possibilities are many.
For Questions about this class, please contact the instructor: Lynette Bingham, 435-632-2560. Quilter.LB@gmail.com
To make a lap-size, twin or full sized quilt, 4-1/2 yards is enough. Add another half yard to have a piece of the original fabric as a reference. This could be put on the back of the quilt, or get another yard to use as an outer border. To make a queen size or larger, double the amounts to 9 yards, plus extra for an outer border, or to have a piece of the original fabric.
Instructions will be mailed to registered students
Basic Sewing Kit (click here)