Bubbles and Hexagons Workshop
Bubbles and Hexagons is a "fool the eye" quilt that makes you think (and groan) about the possibility of y-seams. Good news - there aren't any! Here is the first one I made in 1997 and published in Quilt Magazine.
|Half Hexagon Jewel mini quilt: 1997
Now I think you can see where those y-seams don't exist. Whew! Here is my first sample made using matching half hexagons to create the illusion of whole hexagons. This is very Jelly Roll friendly.
|Bubbles and Hexagons
You can go with larger half-hexagons as I did in my Batik Bubbles Quilt. She just waits for a batik border.
In this class we strip cut our half-hexagons using either the 2-1/2" half hexagon template that comes with the pattern OR you can use your own (or mine) 60 degree triangle ruler to cut these half-hexagons. Yes, you can! It's easy and goes very quickly.
One more sample to inspire you. This is a great scrap buster, too! This quilt was made using a Layer Cake. That's a possibility for class if you want.
|Bubbles and Hexagons: 48" x 51"
Here are two more recent finishes that were sent off to my local guild's charity endeavors:
|Oh, Fudge collection using a layer cake: 44" x 44" (larger half-hexagons)
And some of the leftovers from another project (Half Hexagon Braid):
|Bubbles and Hexagons: 42" x 49"
Workshop patterns include both sizes of hexagons and Supply List sent ahead of time gives clear cutting information.
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