Monday, April 20, 2015

Wren and Friends Framed Hexagon Quilt

Well here's a little beauty!  It was a pain in the butt to sew this one but it sure turned out nice.  My daughter has claimed it as hers, but the layers of quilts on her bed suggest maybe she has too many.
 
I used one pre-cut hexagons pack from the Wren and Friends fabric line by moda fabrics.  To get a bigger quilt I framed each hexagon in a creamy white solid. The quilt ended up being a lap or baby/toddler size.  The backing is a cream minky plush, which is unbelievably soft.
 
I loved the fabric so much while making this one I went out and bought more.  So stay tuned for some more wren and friends :)
 



 
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2 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilt! I know this post is more than a year old, but I was curious about something. How big did you make your sashing? Did you sash around all sides of each hexagon and then sew them together (so, a seam line runs through the center of each sashing piece) or did you sew a single piece of sashing between the hexagons? I hope that makes sense. Thanks for the inspiration. :)

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  2. Beautiful quilt! I know this post is more than a year old, but I was curious about something. How big did you make your sashing? Did you sash around all sides of each hexagon and then sew them together (so, a seam line runs through the center of each sashing piece) or did you sew a single piece of sashing between the hexagons? I hope that makes sense. Thanks for the inspiration. :)

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