In this pattern you will find quilt projects in which hexagons are used in an interesting way. By sewing strips around the hexagons in different colours, a beautiful woven, interlocking pattern emerges. You have to plan the placement of the colous of the strips carefully: teh pattner indicates where which strip goes.
An important element of these patterns is that you have to sew from dot-to-dot. This can also be done by machine, and the pattern explains the technique clearly.
The hexagons in the quilt on the cover (right-hand side in the picture) are 4,5 inch (finished side). That is a size that you can use to showcase fabrics. Ths quilt size is 41 x 50,5 inch (104 x 128 cm). The top and bottom are finished by appliquéing the edge to a strip of fabric. A different option, with inset triangles is also in the pattern. Moreover, you will find a smaller quilt (17,5 x 23 inch, 43,2 x 58,4 cm) and a larger one (58 x 78,5 inch, 147 x 199 cm). En project with a wreath of hexagons has a size of 42 x 45 cm (106,7 x 114,3 cm).
Finally there is a pattern for a so-called enslotte I Spy quilt, where the hexagons are sewn to 60 degree equilateral triangles. This pattern can be sewn from edge to edge.