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112: 112 Queen of Hexies by: Florence Evans



Teacher:  Florence Evans

EmailFlorenceEvans@outlook.com

Level:  All

Class Fee:  $0, Included in registration

Pattern Fee:  $0, Handout will be available

Machine:  Required

Class Description:  If you’ve always wanted to make a one-patch hexagon quilt, but were afraid of those “Y” seams, this is the class for you!  Working from a set of “precuts”, we will cut half-hexagons without templates, mix or match the pieces and assemble the quilt in rows.  Choose between large hexagons (8”), medium hexagons (6”) or small hexagons (4”) for a lap-sized throw with optional borders.  This pattern looks great in any style of fabric:  traditional, modern, batiks, scrappy, etc.  Grab a favorite “pre-cut” and join us to learn this fun and fast technique.

Supply List:  

Fabrics

For the large-sized hexagons, bring one of the following:

One set of 10” squares (40 or 42 to a set) OR one set of 2 ½” strips (40 or 42 to a set)

OR at least 12 Fat Quarters (more FQ’s provide more variety)

For the medium-sized hexagons, bring one of the following:

40   Fat Eighths OR at least 12 Fat Quarters (more FQ’s provide more variety)

For the small-sized hexagons, bring one of the following:

One set of 2 ½” strips (40 or 42 to a set) OR at least 15 Fat Quarters (more FQ’s provide more variety)

Optional:  2 yards of border fabric

Equipment

Sewing machine, foot pedal, power cord, accessories box, instruction manual.  Basic sewing kit.  Neutral colored thread.  Rotary cutter and mat.  Rectangular Ruler - 6” x 12” or similar size with a 60° diagonal line.  60° triangle ruler, 8 ½” or 12” size with either a pointed tip or a flat tip (any brand/manufacturer) OR the Hex N More Ruler by (Jaybird Quilts)

Optional - Piece of batting, flannel or muslin, for a design space.

112: 112 Queen of Hexies by: Florence Evans

Cost:
$ FREE
Class included in Registration fee. Pattern/Kit will be provided on-line. Original viewing time listed below and will continue through Oct. 3, 2020.