Would you like to make a scrap quilt with a difference? Do you like the look of hexagons but don't enjoy English paper piecing? This quilt pattern by Jane Morgan is the perfect project for you with streamlined construction of the patchwork blocks and appliquéd, rather than hand-sewn, hexagon rosettes.
- Full materials list included in the instructions
- Detailed step-by-step instructions illustrated with diagrams take you through each stage of making this project from cutting the fabrics, piecing the various units, joining them into blocks and sewing them together through to quilting and binding
- Make a quilt suitable for men, women, teenagers and children based on the traditional Jewel Box block
- It's easy to vary the size of the quilt: just make more or fewer blocks
- The hexagon rosettes are fusible-web appliquéd by machine - although you could appliqué them using a different method or even English paper piece them if you wish
- A great project for using scraps: all the blocks and the first border are made from small scraps; even the binding is scrappy
- Suitable for quiltmakers with intermediate skills looking for a project that combines appliqué and patchwork