Create A Beautiful Hexogon Quilt Without Paper Piecing!
Pull out your reproduction and small-scale prints to give this charming quilt a vintage look. The pattern is reminiscent of feedsack quilts from a bygone era. It’s lovely when made up in a variety of fabrics for a scrappy look.
The hexagons are built log cabin style, then stitched together in rows. Consequently, this quilt is much easier to make than it looks, and will add a splash of vintage charm wherever you choose to use it.
If you love hexagon quilts but dread paper piecing, then you’ll enjoy making this quilt.
The quilt, by designer Betsy DeFazio, is 73″ x 91″.
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