Monday, August 26, 2013

Hexagon Shuffle

I used a package of Honeycombs to try a new pattern, Hexagon Shuffle.



To get a copy of the free pattern for yourself and read about my experience making this top, check out the blog for my LQS, Heartstrings & Heirlooms.


6 comments:

Denise in PA said...

Interesting - am going to go read your post! I haven't used this particular pre-cut yet.

Terri Hessler said...

I don't typically use patterns but I am heading over to H&H right now! That's a neato pattern!

West Michigan Quilter said...

Interesting pattern. Thanks for the link. I'm heading there now to read more about it.

Mama Pea said...

Nice! It looks great. How do you get so much done!

Nancy Selzer said...

Cant figure out how to attach the triangles to the hexies. Can you help a newbie?

Lynn said...

Nancy - your account is set as "no-reply" so I can't email you directly. Hopefully you will check back to the post. Did you follow the link in this post to get a copy of the free pattern? It shows what the unit will look like with the four triangles attached. It looks a bit odd (looked like a hexagon with wings to me), but you square it up before sewing them together. So just sew triangles first to two opposite sides. Then sew the remaining two to another pair of opposite sides of a hexagon. Then snip the "wings" off. Email me directly if you need more help.