Today’s post is just a quick little chat about the fabric diagram in the Oh Honey quilt pattern. The pattern releases on May 15.
Get the Oh Honey quilt pattern!
Supplies needed for Oh Honey
- Oh Honey quilt pattern
- 1.5″ paper hexagons (211 hexagons are used)
- Sewline glue stick (optional)
- Bottom Line thread
- Milliners needle
- 2.5 yards of batting
- Customized quilt label
Find the complete kit page here (there will occasionally be companion bundles available).
Tutorials for English Paper Piecing
I’ll be showing you my finished Oh Honey quilt tomorrow. Until then, I thought I’d share some of the different versions of Oh Honey that my testers made.
This one above was made by Jessamyn. I love how pale and soft everything looks in her version.
Here’s another one. This time by Lois. I like the way her border is brighter.
The above Oh Honey was made by Kate. I’m a big fan of her color palette and I just love how saturated with color this one is.
This one is by Beverly. Her kitties seem quite pleased. 🙂
Here’s another. This one was made by Karla. All solids this time. I like the contrasts between all the different backgrounds.
I wanted to give a big thanks to my testers for helping me with this pattern. It was quite a bit of work for them to get done in that timeframe. I’m so appreciative!
The pattern will release this coming Friday. You can pre-order the paper version if you want to. If you’ve got EPP questions, ask away!
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