Hexagon Happenings

Hexagon Happenings

by Carolyn Forster


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Carolyn takes you through the steps to finish large quilt quickly and easily using large shapes. Projects include 11 quilts, table mat, table runner, pincushions, and coasters. ~Complete technique instructions include cutting half-hexagons, partial hexagons, diamonds, half-diamonds, triangles, and kites using the hexagon template; combining hexagons with other shapes; sewing hexagons by machine and by hand; and sewing hexagon rows. Over 200 photos, diagrams, and illustrations. ~ “This superlative book is akin to taking a workshop with an expert.” –Library Journal

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935726661
Publisher: Landauer
Publication date: 01/15/2015
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Carolyn started quilting as a girl, and it has since then become an integral part of her life. She has been a teacher for over 15 years and her quilt projects have been published in a number of books and magazines. Her books, Quilting-on-the-Go, Utility Quilting, and Quilting-on-the-Go Taking It Further, help make patchwork and quilting easy and accessible to quilters of all skill levels. Carolyn and her family live in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK. (carolynforster.co.uk)

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Hexagon Happenings 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BarbaraLyn More than 1 year ago
Hexagons are so hot right now.  Use them whole, cut them in half or make them from diamonds and triangle.  Whichever way, you will find lots of patterns available.  And so it is with this book which contains 14 patterns.  Those patterns include runners, pincushions, coasters, quilts and a mat that could be for a candle or cup. The first 60 plus pages give you all the basics you need to draft, draw, cut and sew with hexagons.  The projects are shown with a full page color photo of the item.  The name of the item, finished size and a paragraph about it are next. The written instructions include a material and cutting list and plenty of graphics to keep you on track.  How the item was quilted is described which I love when an author does that. With over 160 pages of how-to do it and so many patterns, you will be sewing hexagons in your sleep.