About this Quilt
Finished Size : 47" x 47"
Rating : Intermediate
Designed By : Intermediate
What inspires you to create a design for a quilt? “Better Together” all started with a simple challenge: Select some fabrics and design a quilt inspired by them. Kacia Hosmer chose corals and blues… they are fabulous hues on their own but with a touch of floral, they are definitely ‘better together’.
This quilt uses a piecing method that makes hexagons easy to assemble. By creating rows of equilateral triangles, the hexagon shapes magically appear. Add to the sophistication by interspersing wedges of color, and you’ve got yourself a winner.
Download this quilt pattern plus nine more in the 2018 digital issue of QuiltCon Magazine.
- 1 ½ yards white for background and binding
- ¾ yards dark coral for blocks and binding
- fat quarter each of light coral, medium coral, light blue, medium blue, dark blue, and blue floral
- 3 yards backing
- Twin-size batting
Note: Fabrics used in the quilt shown are Kona Cotton Solids from Robert Kaufman Fabrics and Birch Floral Periwinkle from the Les Fleurs collection by Rifle Paper Co. for Cotton + Steel Fabrics/RJR.
Pick up your copy of QuiltCon Magazine 2018 for this pattern and more!