I finished the rainbow hexagon quilt a week or so ago. You can read more about piecing this quilt here and here. It was quilted by my LQS.
Kim made a template using the Hex-N-More ruler, so the quilting inside the hexagon would match exactly. She quilted 1/4" from the seam around the inside of each hexagon shape, and then quilted on the lines she had marked from the hexagon template. (I think the template was approximately a 3" hexagon.) She used a medium grey thread that looks great with every color on the quilt.
I used Cuzco (by Kate Spain for Moda) on the back of the quilt, and I thought Indigo Sanctuary (the center, blue peacock) fabric was perfect for the binding.
Fabric: Quilt top - solid fabrics (mixture of Kona & Moda)
Batting - Warm & Natural
Backing - 5 prints from the Cuzco line (by Kate Spain for Moda)
Binding - Indigo Sanctuary print from Cuzco
Pattern: used Hex-N-More ruler to make 6" half hexagons
Dimensions: 60" x 80"
Started quilt top: November 19th, 2012
Finished quilt top: December 5th, 2012
Quilted: on long arm at Quilt-N-Kaboodle by one of the co-owners, Kim Barrett
Made for: display at Quilt-N-Kaboodle
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