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Big On Tradition

Don't be fooled by the hexagon (six-sided) shapes that bounce across the surface of this 1930s reproduction-print throw. (We used Darlene Zimmerman's Garden Party and Little Darlings 6 for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.) The quickly pieced rows are made up of a single, four-sided trapezoid pattern. Match the pattern pieces to make hexagons magically appear.

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Quiltmaker: Mary Pepper
Machine Quilter: Nancy Sharr

The Trick to Trapezoids
Afraid of geometry? Don’t let the term "trapezoid" scare you away from making this easy-to-sew quilt. We’ve taken all the math out. Simply copy the pattern piece, cut out the pieces, and stitch them together.

Plan Your Quilt
Download the project pdf to get the Coloring Diagram to plan the layout of your quilt.

1-1/4 yards total assorted blue prints (blocks)
3/4 yard total assorted yellow prints (blocks)
3/4 yard total assorted red prints (blocks)
1/4 yard total assorted white prints (blocks)
1/2 yard white tone-on-tone (inner border)
1-5/8 yards red print (binding, outer border)
3-2/3 yards backing fabric
66x81" batting

Finished quilt: 59-1/2x74-1/2"

Quantities are for 44/45"-wide,100% cotton fabrics. Measurements include 1/4" seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.

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