26 August 2012
Tags: Books, craft, Stitch

A few weeks ago I came across this simple & beautiful looking quilt and just had to make one.  


Source: flickr.com via justine on Pinterest


I‘m going to make one in black & white and red. This quilt is just one of the many projects from a new book out called Hexa-go-go. Great title don‘t you think? This is the blurb from the book:

Discover the delights of English paper-pieced hexagons with these 16 gorgeous quilt projects. English paper-pieced hexagons are perfect for modern quilters on the go! Take them along with you anywhere to stitch up, then build all your completed hexagons into a project at home. This fresh look at an old favourite highlights current fabrics and novel settings for quilts, table toppers, and more. Hexagon quilts are also terrific stash busters (and stress busters) that take your priceless handwork from repetitive to remarkable! Featuring both modern and traditional designs - including rosettes, diamonds, starts and freeform - these 16 delightful projects will be a sure fire hit with quilters everywhere. (source)

Put together by Tacha Brueche. Tacha is a founding member of the Fat Quarterly Magazine.

Searching around I found this site that takes you on a Hexa-go-go tour, enjoy!



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