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PEACE HEXIE pattern

April 28, 2013

Happy Sew Lucky PEACE pattern

Here is my revised Peace sign pattern, designed for the “to Boston with Love” project.

First thing first, let’s take care of business: Please note that you are welcome to link to this pattern, however you may NOT offer this pattern for download on your, or any other website – free or otherwise. You may print it out for charity sew-ins, however you may NOT print it out for a paid class. You may sew as many of these as you wish for personal or charity purposes. If you would like to use the pattern for business use, or resale-able items, please contact me to buy a license. You may NOT print, copy or reblog the pattern, instructions or tutorial, for sale as a pattern, or distribute it in any way other than stated above. Thank you!

Great, OK let’s get started.

All seams = 1/4″

The sizes in this pattern are designed to make a 6: x 8″ sized flag for bunting.

STEP 1: PREPARATION

a) Download and print HSL.PeaceFlagpattern.Template. Check the size of your print is 100% with the 1″ size check.

b) Trace the red hexie outline on a piece of tracing paper and save for step 3 (a).

c) Cut the following pieces: (use the template as reference for fabric choices)

AC & DF:  2  1/4″ x 4  1/4″  (cut 2)

B & E:  1″ x 4  1/4″  (cut 2)

G:  1″ x 4  1/4″  (cut 1)

H:  1″ x 3  3/4″  (cut 6)

J:  2  1/4″ x 3  1/4″  (cut 2)

K:  2  1/4″ x 5″ (cut 2)

L:  2  1/2″ x 7″  (cut 2)

STEP 2: THE CHICKEN’s FOOT!

a) Cut pieces AC and DF at a 45ø angle at the bottom, as shown.

*PEACEflag#1

b) Stitch B to A, with right sides together. Press seam towards B. Stitch E to D with right sides together. Press seam towards E.

*PEACEflag#3

*PEACEflag#4

c) Line up C with the top tip of B as shown. Stitch C to B with right sides together. Press seam towards B. Line up F with the top tip of E. Stitch F to E with right sides together. Press seam towards E.

*PEACEflag#5

d) Trim the edges as shown.

*PEACEflag#6

e) Stitch ABC to G with right sides together. Press seam towards G. StitchDEF to G with right sides together. Press seam towards G.

*PEACEflag#7

STEP 3: MAKE THE HEXIE

a) Place the traced hexie shape on top your block, and cut along the lines.

*PEACEflag#8

*PEACEflag#9

b) Place the first H piece centred along the bottom of your hexie with right sides together. Stitch.

*PEACEflag#10

Then place the neck H piece on the next edge of the hexie and stitch. Work you way around until you’ve done all side sides. Press the seams towards the H pieces.

*PEACEflag#11a

*PEACEflag#11b

STEP 4: THE EXTERIOR

a) Stitch J pieces to H2 and H6, with right sides together.

*PEACEflag#12

b) Stitch K pieces to H3 and H5, with right sides together.

*PEACEflag#13

c) Stitch L pieces centred along top and bottom of the block.

*PEACEflag#15

d) If you would like to add running stitch around the border then do so before trimming. If you are making this for a “to Boston with Love” flag then trim to 6 1/2″ x 8 1/4″ for bunting flag. Then go to the tutorial on how to make the flag on the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild website to make the flag.

*PEACEflag#16

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. April 28, 2013 3:04 pm

    Thanks for this Super cute Peace sign Pattern :-)

  2. April 28, 2013 9:16 pm

    Love the hand stitching you’ve added around the peace sign. Good thing your stitching hand is unscathed!

  3. Arita permalink
    April 28, 2013 9:35 pm

    It looks great. I will try it this week.

  4. April 29, 2013 6:17 pm

    This is so cool! Thanks for providing the pattern. I plan to make one (or two) tomorrow.

  5. April 30, 2013 2:09 pm

    Thank you for sharing!

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