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Rainbow Lozenges Hexagon Quilt


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Skills Needed

  • Paper Piecing

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Pattern Details

Relax and savour the calming pace of English Paper Piecing - all the hard work has been done for you! This is Patchwork without the Mathwork! Inside this 6 page booklet, you will find a full colour layout diagram and cutting instructions for creating this Rainbow Lozenge throw. This original hexadoodle design will tell you exactly how many hexagons you need to cut and baste as well as how they should be laid out to create this visually stunning rainbow throw. Also given is the link to my favourite EPP video tutorial if you are new to English Paper Piecing or just need a refresher and my top tips for English Paper Piecing. I've even added a few images of alternative colorways for you to consider. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY English Paper Piecing (EPP)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3/4" Paper Templates
  • 9 different Fat Quarters (18" x 22") in Rainbow Colours
  • 1 Fat Quarter (18" x 22") of WHITE

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Hexadoodle Quilts
Hi! I'm Alison - a self confessed patchwork and quilting junkie. I've been addicted to this craft since I first discovered it in 2004 and have tried almost every technique and style of quilting since then. My (current) favourite things to do are English Paper Piecing, Hand Appliqué and Hand Quilting. I'm also a self-employed patchwork and quilting teacher and I teach regular classes at Hannah's Room in Leicestershire, UK. I love sharing the skills, knowledge and techniques that I have acquired over the years and hope that through this pattern shop, I can pass them on to you too. Ask me anything you like about Patchwork and Quilting and I'll be happy to help you in your patchwork and quilting adventures! Happy Stitching, Alison xx