Yum Yum. I love this Interlocking Hexagon quilt that Anna made. It measures 41″ x 50″. We had a great time picking batiks for it.
We have a kit that includes the pattern.
The pattern is also available by itself.
You will want Marti Michelle’s great Hexagon ruler too.
Think how great this would be for an I Spy quilt. It really shows off the fabric, too.
Anna made the quilt for our monthly Marti and Me Club. This is a mail order club that features one of Marti’s rulers and a great new pattern each month.
Marti’s patterns are so complete with multiple projects and lots of pictures. They are free with your membership.
Or you can buy the patterns, kits, and rulers by themselves without being in the club.
The Interlocking Hexagons quilt pattern also shows a great way to finish the edge of a quilt without binding. That’s worth the price of the pattern!
Check it out!
The recent Marti & Me kits have been fantastic. We have a Marti & Me Club which features a template and new pattern each month. Members get the pattern free with their memberships and discounts on the featured products.
Zig Zag Geese is normally oriented turned 90 degrees. But we live in the Blue Ridge Mountains so of course we saw mountains! This quilt uses the Flying Geese Ruler.
Anna graded the batiks to showcase our ridges upon ridges in this area. Fun to make!
Twisted uses both sizes of Drunkard Path templates to achieve an intriguing design. Anna went hot with the batiks this time.
High Flying Kites uses the Kaleidoscope ruler and the Kite ruler.
All of these quilts have a pattern with lots of variations of design and size. Check here for the patterns.
Marti & Me Club
Marti and Me Club is a template of the month club. You get a free pattern as part of your membership each month. It’s so great to see how to work with these templates and feature them. I do have quite a collection. Our “Grand Ruler” at the shop is Anna. She has been making a project each month with the club. She just added the latest project to our online shop. You can buy templates, patterns, and kits without joining the club.
The latest project is Scrappy Bear’s Path. I love how Anna fussy cut the batik leaf fabric to make a circle of leaves.
Scrappy Bears Paw