“Sheep Shape” A Hexie Meadow by Deonn Stott

Love Hexagons? How about a sweet little sheep? Make this simply adorable Hexie Meadow baby quilt, quickly pieced row by row using half-hexagons (trapezoids). Learn three different dimensional techniques (including “Hexagami”) to embellish and bring this sweet quilt to life as featured on the cover of Quiltmaker magazine May/June 2014. AccuQuilt Go! Cutter and Half-hexagon dies available in class.

Finished size: 42″ x 52″ Baby Quilt
Skill Level: All Skill Levels
Instructor: Deonn Stott
Contact: deonn@quiltscapesqs.com (435)654-4203

Saturday Afternoon Class
March 28th, 2015
2:00pm – 5:00pm
Class: $15
Kit Fee (optional): $89
Pattern Fee: $6
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Fabric Requirements

Assorted Light Blue prints and Tone-on-Tones (for sky) 1-3/8 yards total (5-6 fat quarters)
Assorted Green prints and Tone-on-Tones (for grass, leaves) 1-7/8 yards (6-7 fat quarters)
3/4 yard white (sheep)
3/8 yard black (sheep)
Fat Quarter yellow (sun and flowers)
Fat eighths (approx 9” x 20”) each pink, red, orange, hot pink, purple, turquoise (flowers and a butterfly)
3/8 yard each solid blue and solid green (binding)
1-1/2 yards jumbo rick rack – 1-1/2” wide (flower stems)
1-3/4 yard minky or 3 yards cotton (backing)

Supplies Needed

Needle and thread for some minimal hand-stitching;
Glue stick
A flannel-back tablecloth or 50” x 65” piece of batting for portable design wall.
OPTIONAL: Helpful tool: One of the following half-hexagon rulers: Large Hexie-Half Ruler by Lori Holt, Half Hexie ruler by Missouri Star Quilt Co. or Hex n More ruler by Jaybird Quilts.

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