Fat Quarterly Magazine co-founder Tacha Bruecher takes a fresh look at an old favorite—English paper-pieced hexagons—with current fabrics and settings for quilts, table toppers, and more. Modern and traditional designs are both featured, including rosettes, stars, and free form. Learn how to combine settings and how to creatively quilt hexagons. Projects are varied for any skill level or time commitment – make a few hexagons, make a few more, or make few hundred. Making the individual hexagons are perfect for modern quilters on the go; they are terrific stash busters (and stress busters) that take your priceless handwork from repetitive to remarkable!
Softcover; 160 pages; published 2012.
This carry-all tote is for the makers, the creatives, and the go-getters. It’s my spin on a classic doctor’s bag, but designed with handy on-the-go storage in mind. Perfect for...
From Jen Kingwell Designs — instruction booklet for Jen's 2016 BOM.
Dogs in Sweaters includes instructions for making two quilt sizes and a 16” x 26” quilted pillow cover. These adorable dogs and their stylish sweaters are made using conventional patchwork...
Sweetpeas hold your treasures like peas in a pod, and sit open for easy access. Use Lazy Girl's one-zip technique: cut your zipper to pieces, sew one side in straight and...