The patterns often look difficult, until you look inside and see how the pieces are sewn together. The Hex N More ruler is an awesome tool, and I also use it for non-Jaybird patterns. You'll see that the low volume hexagon is actually six triangles made from two different fabrics. But the triangles are sewn to the print hexagons. The top is then pieced in columns -- no Y seams!
I'm unsure how to quilt this, but I think maybe I'll try loop FMQ.
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