Hexagons to triangles quilt

I finished this quilt a couple of years ago. It’s made of black hexagons surrounded by mixed coloured half hexagons. I puzzeled the half hexagons so that it seemed like triangles in between the black hexies.

You have to study it closely to understand how I did it. The hexagons are about 1 1/2″. All the hexies are hand sewn, and hand quilted. Take a closer look at the quilting in the next picture.

Hope this can inspire you to use all your small scraps, and make a real beauty out of them.

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About dezertsuz

quilter, crazy quilter and stitcher
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6 Responses to Hexagons to triangles quilt

  1. rutigt says:

    Great idea and a beautiful quilt!
    Gun, Sweden

  2. I LOVE this quilt! That must have taken a LOT of planning!

  3. margaret says:

    this must have taken for ever to do but so so worth it it is beautiful. I had a go on the Sizzix big shot machine the other day, it has a die that cuts hexagons, makes life very easy if doing a large piece, fortunately my daughter has the machine for her paper crafts so if I want to have a go only need to buy the die or maybe 2 one for the fabric and the smaller one to cut thr papers.

  4. Grit says:

    Wow, This quilt is amazing!!!!
    Fantastic work and wonderful quilting.

    Greetings Grit

  5. Manuela says:

    This Quilt is fantastic.
    Great work. And your quilting is perfect.

    Greetings, Manuela

  6. Sarah says:

    Hi Tubakk – I really like how you coordinated the center triangles. I didn't think of doing that on mine. Great quilting design as well…to follow it out to the borders.

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