New Release: Floating Hexagons Pattern

I am excited to release my Floating Hexagons pattern. I originally designed Floating Hexagons in 2017 and worked with amazing testers at the end of the year. It has been a long time coming, and I'm so pleased to be sharing it with you today. I was inspired to work with solids, and I wanted to work with a block-based design with a twist, playing with placement of my hexagons to create interesting negative space. Floating Hexagons is a beginner friendly block-based design in three sizes. 

Last month I shared my Petting Zoo version of Floating Hexagons. This variation features different fabrics in each of the hexagons.

As a bonus, you can choose to make five blocks from the baby or lap size quilt to make a table runner, as I did for Modern by the Yard for my Fall Fleurish runner.

A great big thank you to my testers, Anja, Laura, and Mary. (See their versions here.) Since I chose to change the construction method of my hexagons after my testers created their quilts, I worked with Sarah Ruiz for technical editing. She was fabulous to work with. I appreciate her keen eye and I look forward to working with her again.

Floating Hexagons quilt pattern contains three sizes:

  • Baby: 30 1/2" x 42 1/2"
  • Lap: 45 1/2" x 63 1/2"
  • Throw: 60 1/2" x 84 1/2"

My pattern includes:

  • fabric requirements and cutting instructions in clear charts
  • detailed precision piecing instructions, tested and professionally edited
  • clear diagrams
  • three block sizes
  • a coloring sheet for planning your design
  • quilting ideas
  • instructions for creating binding
  • photos of testers' quilts for inspiration

Purchase the Floating Hexagons pattern here.

4 thoughts on “New Release: Floating Hexagons Pattern

  1. Mel

    Woo hoo! Another fabulous quilt pattern. I love the batik rainbow version and curious to see what fun fabric variations your testers created!!

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