Hexie Daisies

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Appliqué on hexies? Why not! First, instructor Cheryl See demonstrates her watercolor technique so fabrics gradate seamlessly into the next color. Appliqué comes next, making a wonderfully unique hexie daisy pattern throughout the project. Learn how to English paper piece, join individual pieces, and join rows. Make half hexagons to give a finished look. Sashing strips in several varieties and trapunto add depth and texture. See options for quilting and completing the project with a back lovely enough to make it reversible. Cheryl shares tips and strategies throughout the class to make every stitch of your work a success.


Supply List
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Supply List

Course Curriculum

Hexie Daisies by Cheryl See - 1hr 50min
Lesson 1. Introduction 0 Hours 5 Minutes00:05
Lesson 2. Watercolor Technique 0 Hours 18 Minutes00:18
Lesson 3. Applique the Hexie Daisy™ Flower using Paper Pieces 0 Hours 22 Minutes00:22
Lesson 4. English Paper Piecing 0 Hours 21 Minutes00:21
Lesson 5. Joining Hexie Daisy Blocks with sashing strips 0 Hours 11 Minutes00:11
Lesson 6. Trapunto 0 Hours 18 Minutes00:18
Lesson 7. Finishing & Variations 0 Hours 15 Minutes00:15

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Cheryl Sees class comes with four projects this is the supply list for the Hexie Daisy™ Table Runner With Sashing using . ¾" hexies. The three other supply lists are available with the “Downloadable Course Materials” once you have purchased the class.

Fabric: For table runner with sashing using ¾” hexies

  • ¼ yd. yellow variety
  • ¼ yd. orange variety
  • ¼ yd. red variety
  • ¼ yd. purple variety
  • ¼ yd. blue variety
  • ¼ yd. green variety
  • ⅛ yd. of green/yellow variety
  • ½ yd. black
  • Border: ½ yd.
  • Binding: ⅓ yd.
  • Backing: ¾ yd.

Thread:

  • For hand stitching, match fabric.

Other Supplies:

  • (369) ¾" paper piecing hexagon shapes
  • (144) ¾" paper piecing half-hexagon shapes
  • (6) 1" paper piecing circle shapes
  • (36) 1" x ⅝" paper piecing oval shapes
  • FriXion® pen or marker
  • Needle for hand sewing
  • Appliqué pins or short pins
  • Dritz® Fray Check
  • Bamboo skewer
  • Batting scraps

Optional:

  • Fussy Cut Finder
  • Color Evaluator II
  • Hole punch
  • Light box
  1. Can I see what other students projects look like?
    You can view work posted by other students in the Student Gallery. We encourage you to post your finished projects in the Student Gallery as well.  If you are unsure how to accomplish this, use the Contact Us link at the top of the page and we will gladly email you instructions.
  2. Where can I purchase the paper pieces and acrylic template?
    Paper pieces and acrylic template can be purchased from Cheryl See's website specifically packaged in ¾" and 1" sizes for use in this iquilt class. Go to CSeesQuilts.com and click on iquilt.com in the upper right of the home page. Scroll down to find the paper pieces and acrylic template for whichever size you choose.
  3. How many projects can I make?
    The Hexie Daisy™ table runner with sashing using ¾" hexies or 1" hexies
    The Hexie Daisy™ table runner without sashing using ¾" hexies or 1" hexies
    The Hexie Daisy™ wallhanging with sashing using ¾" hexies or 1" hexies
    The Hexie Daisy™ wallhanging without sashing using ¾" hexies or 1" hexies
    The full set of supply lists is available with the downloadable course materials once you have purchased the class, or you can view them here:

    Supply Lists

  4. Can I make a wall hanging and/or a tablerunner?
    Yes. Instructions are provided for both. When you finish your project, let us see what you have made by posting a picture of it on this website!
  5. What is the advantage of doing a class that has so much handwork?
    In general, the average person spends over forty-five minutes a day waiting. While we should refrain from making hexies at the traffic light, this is a wonderful project to pull out at the doctor’s office, before the big game begins, or just while watching TV. Cheryl even shares tips for making this project so portable that your hexies are not falling here and there as you move it from place to place. You may actually find yourself looking for opportunities to wait!
  6. If I have never even made a hexie, will I be able to complete the project?
    Yes! But be warned—making these little hexies can be addictive! Cheryl is very adept at describing her process every step of the way and the close-ups of the hand stitching are amazing. You’ll be able to see and understand everything Cheryl is doing. However, if you have a question, feel free to ask!
  7. What if I have questions?
    We recommend that you watch the class in its entirety and become familiar with any downloadable materials. At that point, if something is unclear, go to the tab that allows you to ask a question and Cheryl will get back with you. Please do not contact instructors by telephone.
  8. When can I start the class?
    We know you are excited to get started. After you have purchased the class, you can enjoy it anywhere and anytime you have Internet. The class belongs to you, so watch it as many times as you like!

Instructor Gallery

Student Gallery

  1. Mary R

    :

    I thoroughly enjoyed Cheryl’s class. It is so much more than assembling the table runners or wall hangings. Cheryl walks us through selecting the colors, making the hexies and bring it all together. I found the part on transitioning from one color to another color extremely helpful. Cheryl also gives lots of tips that will help me with all my quilt making; not just hexie quilts. Cheryl spok

    e very clearly and gave very good directions but there’s a lot to learn so I love being able to go back and watch certain sections whenever I need additional help or inspiration. I can’t do that when I take an in person class.

    I also love the Quilt Scroll. I have the large Quilt Scroll and I love being able to take my hexie quilt in process around to various quilt shops to match colors, move my quilt around the house and to take it to my guild’s quilt-till-you-wilt night. All without disturbing my hexie layout. I loved the large Quilt Scroll so much that I also bought the medium one and used it this past weekend at a quilt class. It was the perfect size and worked out great!

    I was also very impressed with was the filming. It was crystal clear and I had a better view than when I take an in person class. I could clearly see what Cheryl was doing, how she held her hands and where the needle was going. They zoomed in at the perfect time and out exactly when I wanted to see the big picture. Excellent filming!

    Hexie Daisies is an excellent class and I highly recommend it and the Quilt Scroll!

  2. Deborah Bielski

    :

    Cheryl See is a truly remarkable lady. Her talent as a quilter and teacher gave me the opportunity to award her with five stars⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️! She has such a sweet demeanor and the patience she has is certainly agreeable with students of all levels. I made a small Hexi Daisy block and loved it so much that I am going to make more. I highly recommend Cherly See to teach anyone who h

    as an interest in hexies.
  3. Theresa Garrison

    :

    Really enjoyed this class and can't wait to start making a Hexie Daisy wall hanging. I'd love to try the black and white one. I learned so much more than just English Paper Piecing like making your own bias tape and making your binding out of two colors (genius!). Cheryl makes all her techniques look so easy and a beginner can easily complete this project. Her work is beautiful and inspiring.

    I can't wait to start my own!!
  4. Giovanna Klein

    :

    Cheryl provided easy, descriptive, and detailed instructions from start to finish. From the beginning, how to choose fabric, to coordinating colors, to lay out, to different ways to finish, this class included it all. The "tips" that flashed up during the lesson, reinforced this item of instruction was important, and should be remembered. I would recommend anyone who wants to learn how to make

    perfect hexagons, and incorporate them into a lovely runner or wall hanging, to take this class. I am glad I did!
  5. Kathy Trzeciak

    :

    I just finished the Hexie Daises Tutorial by Cheryl See. I like water color quilts and liked the colors of this quilt. I have done some English paper piecing in the past but not to this extent. The tutorial was very helpful in deciding what colors and how to get that water color effect. Working a full time job and keeping it all together so that I can make progress make the use of clover clips

    and quilt scroll a absolute must have to do it. I will need to watch the video a few more times to be able to finish the project or at least one block of the project. Cheryl was very informative and gave great tips.

Course Reviews

  1. Profile photo of Mary R Mary R says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Cheryl’s class. It is so much more than assembling the table runners or wall hangings. Cheryl walks us through selecting the colors, making the hexies and bring it all together. I found the part on transitioning from one color to another color extremely helpful. Cheryl also gives lots of tips that will help me with all my quilt making; not just hexie quilts. Cheryl spoke very clearly and gave very good directions but there’s a lot to learn so I love being able to go back and watch certain sections whenever I need additional help or inspiration. I can’t do that when I take an in person class.

    I also love the Quilt Scroll. I have the large Quilt Scroll and I love being able to take my hexie quilt in process around to various quilt shops to match colors, move my quilt around the house and to take it to my guild’s quilt-till-you-wilt night. All without disturbing my hexie layout. I loved the large Quilt Scroll so much that I also bought the medium one and used it this past weekend at a quilt class. It was the perfect size and worked out great!

    I was also very impressed with was the filming. It was crystal clear and I had a better view than when I take an in person class. I could clearly see what Cheryl was doing, how she held her hands and where the needle was going. They zoomed in at the perfect time and out exactly when I wanted to see the big picture. Excellent filming!

    Hexie Daisies is an excellent class and I highly recommend it and the Quilt Scroll!

  2. Cheryl See is a truly remarkable lady. Her talent as a quilter and teacher gave me the opportunity to award her with five stars⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️! She has such a sweet demeanor and the patience she has is certainly agreeable with students of all levels. I made a small Hexi Daisy block and loved it so much that I am going to make more. I highly recommend Cherly See to teach anyone who has an interest in hexies.

  3. Really enjoyed this class and can’t wait to start making a Hexie Daisy wall hanging. I’d love to try the black and white one. I learned so much more than just English Paper Piecing like making your own bias tape and making your binding out of two colors (genius!). Cheryl makes all her techniques look so easy and a beginner can easily complete this project. Her work is beautiful and inspiring. I can’t wait to start my own!!

  4. Cheryl provided easy, descriptive, and detailed instructions from start to finish. From the beginning, how to choose fabric, to coordinating colors, to lay out, to different ways to finish, this class included it all. The “tips” that flashed up during the lesson, reinforced this item of instruction was important, and should be remembered. I would recommend anyone who wants to learn how to make perfect hexagons, and incorporate them into a lovely runner or wall hanging, to take this class. I am glad I did!

  5. I just finished the Hexie Daises Tutorial by Cheryl See. I like water color quilts and liked the colors of this quilt. I have done some English paper piecing in the past but not to this extent. The tutorial was very helpful in deciding what colors and how to get that water color effect. Working a full time job and keeping it all together so that I can make progress make the use of clover clips and quilt scroll a absolute must have to do it. I will need to watch the video a few more times to be able to finish the project or at least one block of the project. Cheryl was very informative and gave great tips.

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