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Frosted Hexagon Scarf and Cuff

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Frosted Hexagon Scarf and Cuff
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Frosted Hexagon Scarf and Cuff Frosted Hexagon Scarf

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • rotary cutting, basic hand sewing and embroidery

Pattern Description:

If you love hexagons, you'll love this fun and simple method of creating them. Flannel fabrics work well for a winter scarf, or use bright cottons for a spring scarf. Pattern includes diagrams for each step and traceable templates. Or you can use the recommended From Marti Michell Just Hexagons Nested Templates to start sewing faster!

Materials:

  • .25 yard EACH of five cotton or flannel fabrics
  • .5 yard cotton or flannel fabric IF fussy-cutting
  • 9.5" by 44" batting
  • cuff: 4" by 20" strip flannel or cotton
  • cuff: 1/8 yard flannel or cotton
  • cuff: 3" by 11" batting scrap

You Will Also Need:

  • template plastic, or From Marti Michell "Just Hexagons Nested Templates"
  • quilting thread and needle
  • optional: size 5 pearl cotton and tapestry needle


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Beginner
Sewing
Accessory
Women, Girls
Neckwear
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About the designer

Hi! I'm a busy mom of five young children, a coffee junkie, and a quilter obsessed with all things hexagon. I started my design business to help quilters explore the world of quirky possibilities ...

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