During the golden age of cinema, you’d never catch a leading man without his fedora in place. Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, and even Mr. Dreamboat himself, Gene Kelly. They all wore hats, and always with a dapper little tilt.
A perfectly positioned angle adds so much charm – even to quilts! Click HERE to learn how to use our Large Half Hexi Template to transform 10-inch squares into a beautiful Slanted Half Hex Quilt!
(If you haven’t watched Jenny do hexies before, you’re in for a treat! They’re easy as pie and so fun! Click HERE to check out all our Half Hexi tutorials!)
Templates are so much fun and really allow you to get creative with your quilts. Today’s Mini Tutorial of the Floating Hexagons is the perfect demonstration of that. All you need is a few 5″ squares, some background fabric and a 5″ Half Hex Template! Click HERE to watch the video and shop supplies!
I love the way a simple sashing gives each block its own importance. Those little strips of fabric are pretty powerful! But sashing isn’t just for framing blocks; they’re so much more versatile than that! Today we’re adding strips of sashing to half hexies in a classic hexagon braid pattern to create a block as beautiful as a stained glass window!
Something so simple as a sashing creates a completely new look to the familiar Friendship Braid Pattern and this beautiful quilt features Victory Findlay Wolfe’s new fabric line, Mostly Manor! Isn’t it fabulous?
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and shop for supplies to make this quilt! If you try it out, be sure to share a photo with us on social media using #sashedhalfhexagonquilt
Have you been looking for a new fresh, modern quilt design that doesn’t take an art degree to pull off? This quilt tutorial is so easy to put together and you’ll just love the result! Whether you choose monochromatic color palette or a patterned background fabric, this will be a huge hit every time!
The little squares in the sashing are such a fun detail, aren’t they?? Here’s a quick graphic of everything you need to create this quilt! What would you do to put your own spin on it?
Click the button to WATCH THE TUTORIAL and find all the supplies needed to create this fun project!