This Charming Clock Will Look Good Anywhere

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Choose One Great Fabric or Mix it Up!

At first glance, this clock seems perfect for the sewing room, but it will be lovely just about anywhere in your home. It will also be a welcome gift for anyone who enjoys fabric and quilts.

Decide how large you want to make the hexies (or use the provided template) and select fabrics from your scrap bag and stash. The scrappy version shown here is so charming but the clock will be wonderful made up in just about any type of fabric.

Hexie Clock Tutorial

Go modern, traditional, retro – whatever you like and that will work with your decor. One fat quarter is all you’ll need to complete this project.

Nancy at Owen’s Olivia designed this clever project so that no stitching is involved. The hexies are constructed with fabric glued to stiff paper, then glued together. Quick and easy!

Inexpensive clock parts will complete the project (you’ll find them here at Amazon).

Click here for the free “Fat Quarter Hexagon Clock” tutorial.


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