|Cover of "Hexa Go-Go" by Tacha Bruecher|
DISCLOSURE: I received a copy of Tacha Bruecher's Hexa Go-Go for review. The above opinions and statements are my own. All photos were used with permission.
If you've been keeping an eye on my crafty little adventures you know that for the last wee while I've been engaged in some serious hexagon-ning... I believe the tally is now at 1725 hexagons... phewf! That said, I feel somewhat qualified today to take part in the review tour of Tacha Bruecher's new offering Hexa Go-Go, a book all about working and playing and sewing with hexagons.
First, some basics. Hexa Go-Go contains 16 new and contemporary hexagon-themed sewing and quilting projects over 162 pages. Each project is broken down into a materials list, cutting instructions, and construction and finishing details. Full-colour photography and many many explanatory diagrams fill the book's pages. Words of wisdom are sprinkled throughout in the form of handy tip bubbles.
|"Over The Rainbow Quilt" by Tacha Bruecher|
|"Sunday Brunch Placemats" by Tacha Bruecher|
|"Cat Tails Quilt" by Tacha Bruecher|
Be sure to check out future stops on the Hexa Go-Go blog tour:
14 Sep 2012: Fat Quarter Shop
17 Sep 2012: Comfort Stitching
19 Sep 2012: Quilt Dad
21 Sep 2012: Oh Fransson