I had always avoided hexagons, preferring the slim delicacy of octagonal slices to the plumpness of 60-degree segments, but Maxine Rosenthal’s book One-Block Wonders opened my eyes to their design possibilities: nesting shapes eliminate square corners, freeing the quilt from the rigidity of the block.
By bcotier on May 23, 2011
Zinnias, lilies and iris dissected into 60° triangles and reconfigured as a summery cascade. Created: 2011 Size: 84″ x 58″ Price: Sold
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By nancy feve on April 7, 2010
A controlled explosion of color made from a large-scale parrot print from Alexander Henry. The fabric had so many different colors that some were corralled into a second, smaller quilt.