Frosted Hexagon Scarf and Cuff
Brand The Caffeinated Quilter
If you love hexagons, you'll love this fun and simple method of creating them. Flannel fabrics work well for a winter scarf, or use bright cottons for a spring scarf.
Pattern includes diagrams for each step and traceable templates. Or you can use the recommended From Marti Michell Just Hexagons Nested Templates to start sewing faster!
BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY rotary cutting, basic hand sewing and embroidery
- 9.5" by 44" batting
- .5 yard cotton or flannel fabric IF fussy-cutting
- .25 yard EACH of five cotton or flannel fabrics
- cuff: 4" by 20" strip flannel or cotton
- cuff: 3" by 11" batting scrap
- cuff: 1/8 yard flannel or cotton
- optional: size 5 pearl cotton and tapestry needle
- quilting thread and needle
- template plastic, or From Marti Michell "Just Hexagons Nested Templates"