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Effective 3/18/20 our physical store is closed until further notice in order to protect our communites and staff during this COVID-19 outbreak. Due to a Stay Safe at Home Order effective in Maine on April 2, 2020, the final day of Curbside Pickup was Wednesday April 1. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS! During this time, our physical location in Madison, Maine is closed in order to protect our staff and communities during this Coronavirus outbreak. The final day of Curbside Pickup is Wednesday April 1, due to Maine's Stay At Home order issued March 31, 2020. Please keep an eye on our website or Facebook page. We will also send an email announcement to subscribers with times and dates for pickup. Subscribe to our email newsletters here. Thank you!
Cut some triangles, spin them around, rearrange them, sew the together, large or small. So may variations. It's a Triangle Frenzy!
Fabric Requirements Quilting cotton border print with four 11" repeats across width of fabric - 1 1/2 yards. Or one 11" wide strip - 4 1/2 yards. Finished size approximately 50" x 60" Size determined by actual strip width cut. Batting and backing for 4-6 " larger than the finished size. Binding - straight of grain - 1/3 yard
Design Considerations Typical border print fabrics have four repeats of 9 -11" wide sets of stripes and elements running the length of fabric. Designs may use all four stripes, portions of 2-3 stripes, or one long strip. Narrower strips will require less fabric and make a smaller Hexagon.