The Hexagon Bullseye quilt is a raw edge piecing technique that makes use of three sizes of hexagon shapes which are stacked, stitched, rotated, cut and rearranged in a mix and match method. A variety of bright colors is used in this class sample, but any color combination is suitable as long as there is a variety of prints and colors to show off the twisted and turned hexagons. The twenty 9" blocks make a good lap sized quilt when the sashings are added. Most, if not all, of the blocks can be finished in a 6 hour class. There is no complicated sewing as all blocks are top stitched.
This quilt can be made from any other colorways. The black and white mini print is for the block background and the 2 yards of assorted bright prints can be any selection of your choosing.
1-1/2 yards black and white mini print
2 yards assorted bright prints (Strip widths for the hexagon shapes require 8" x 44" for the large; 6" x 44" for the medium; 4" x 44" for the small)
1 yard black multi-print for sashing
1/4 yard bright green (sashing squares)
1/2 yard pink for binding
Multi-colored thread for top stitching
Crib size batting
2-1/2 yards backing fabric
Skill Level: ALL Sewing Machine Class.