If Hexagons intrigue you and you have wondered how those cubes or boxes were accomplished, then please come out and all will be revealed. In this class you will be making basic hexagons interspersed with a variety of cubes.
Maxine Rosenthal wrote One-Block Wonders and partnered with Joy Pelzmann to publish One-Block Wonders Encore! which is the one I would like to introduce to you. The book is a requirement for the class and I would recommend you take a few minutes to read through the beginning to gain an understanding of fabric choice and how many repeats you will need, depending on your finished quilt size.
When selecting your fabric, choose fabric colors you love. The authors recommend you select fabric with minimal background as too much background produces blocks with little design. Avoid fabric with several small figures scattered on the background or straight lines of design. A fabric with swirled designs and large-scale print are recommended. The larger the print the less the finished blocks will look like the original fabric, which is the result you want.
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