About this Quilt
Finished Size : 70" x 80"
Rating : Intermediate
Designed By : Kacia Hosmer
Puzzles are a fascinating example of how people of all ages love to work things out and come up with creative solutions. This quilt caught the eye of our editorial team immediately with its simple yet effective use of negative space and color placement created by pieced hexagon blocks. How did she do it? You’ll have to try this fun project and “puzzle it out” for yourself… but here’s a hint. Since a hexagon can be created by piecing together six equilateral triangles, why not split one of those triangles and add some negative space?
Sometimes design inspiration comes when you least expect it – as when quilter Kacia Hosmer saw some interesting tile work in a public space and decided to recreate it in a quilt. This is the perfect project for that 20-piece collection of fat quarters you’ve been saving. Prints and patterns just pop off the white background!
Download this quilt pattern plus nine more in the March/April 2018 digital issue of Modern Patchwork.
- 3 yards white
- 20 fat quarters of coordinating fabrics
- 5/8 yards binding
- 5 yards backing
- Full-size batting
- Optional: Equilateral triangle acrylic ruler
Note: Fabrics used in the quilt shown are Kona cotton Snow from Robert Kaufman fabrics and prints from the Macramé collection by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Cotton + Steel, a division of RJR Fabrics.