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Fakie Hexies Quilt

By: Andy from A Bright Corner
Fakie Hexies Quilt
This image courtesy of abrightcorner.com

Hexagon quilt patterns are all the rage these days the design is chic and fits into so many different styles of quilting. Piecing them all together can be a tiring process though, which is why any hexie fan will love the Fakie Hexies Quilt. You'll get the same consistent look of aregular hexagon quilt without the individual piecing by following this tutorials advice on how to cut up your charm pack quilt patterns. Once you've tried this approaching to piecing your next hexie quilt together, you'll never want to go back to the old way.

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size45 inches wide x 58 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniquePieced


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I like the looks of this quilt and the thought that you could make a fake hexie is rather interesting. In this busy world, maybe more people would quilt if there were "sneaky" ways to do so as shown in this example! I too like that the charm packs were used, it makes picking out fabric a no-brainer, again adding to the ease of the project. Good job on the tutorial too, easy to follow instructions!

I love the fake hexie idea because as an English Paper Piecer I know the real deal takes a long time to complete. This quilt is very pretty and I love the idea of using a pack of charm squares to make it. Most especially because charm packs come beautifully coordinated for us! I noticed in the photo, the maker did not square the top or bottom of the quilt. I'm wondering if anyone might know the reason. Would I just cut straight across with a rotary cutter?

If you go to the tutorial, the quilter explains how to finish the quilt and says to cut it square before adding batting and backing. I kind of like the edge as is though!

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