Yesterday I taught a Modern Hexagon class at Quilter's Way.
I made this quilt as I was designing the class. Students were able to make this exact quilt or make one similar to their specifications - changing the size of the hexagons and the sashing if they so pleased.
I decided to use a fat quarter bundle I received for Christmas for my class sampler.
This is the after - after I showed the class how to cut their hexagons, how to cut and sew their sashing, how to cut their background, and how to sew it together. I came to the class with all of this pre-cut and a bunch of it already sewn together to show exactly how I constructed my top.
Here's what some of the folks pulled together.
Alison decided to take the technique we learned and make something completely different, which I LOVE! I might have to do something similar at some point. The wheels in my head are a churnin'.
The rest follow the same pattern I made in my class sample, but each with their own unique spin.
This one uses all batiks. I like the use of a light blue background here - it feels like a rainbow in the sky.
This one used a deep blue/purple for the background and it worked really well.
I didn't grab a picture of KK's quilt, but I'll be sure to grab one at retreat this weekend and share that with you as well.
Now, for the winner of the QuiltCon goodie bag. The random number generator selected #17, Tricia who is a follower and is loving aqua and red as well as gray and purple. Congratulations Tricia.
Terrific looking quilts!ReplyDelete
That's awesome! Great looking quilts!ReplyDelete