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Hatz.pdf
By Stargazey Quilts

  • $9.00
  • 48" x 69.5"
  • PDF
  • Intermediate

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When designing my Handbagz and Shoez patterns I wasn’t planning this girly pairing to need a third element. Wrong! Demand for Hatz has been so constant that I reluctantly acquiesced, then set about to improve my millinery skills.

As a result we have three blocks to work with; 6”, 8” and 10” Hatz. Variety enough for any head. Easy enough for anyone to make. With a multitude of ways to change and decorate them, the joy in making these blocks becomes quickly apparent; Make your hats tall, regular or short. Round off the body or leave it flat. Turn the brim up or turn it down. Include a hat band or leave them plain. Trim with ribbonz, bowz, rosez or buttons. Now place these designer delights on hat boxes, float them in a block, stack them on each other or perch them on hat stands or heads.Instructions are included for Hat Standz. 

Perhaps theme your Hatz blocks – from a day at the beach, a day at the races to every Mad Hatters tea party in between. This pattern also includes; Stack o’ Hatz - a quick project that will encourage you to be creative with your next Hatz quilt.

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Stargazey Quilts

Since 1996, under the business name “Stargazey”I have developed contemporary piecing and appliqué techniques in a distinctively contemporary, colorful, rule-breaking style. C&T has published my three books; Cut Loose Quilts, Reverse Appliqué With No Brakez and Free & Eazy Circles. Each book also explores less structured approaches to quilt making. Designing fabrics for Marcus Brothers is probably what I'm best known for. My twenty-two collections of colorful,simple prints are easily recognizable. Whilst my publishing new work is minimal of late uploading older much loved patterns is still ongoing. I'm really loving being intricately involved in growing skills in my local textile community whilst forging new paths in my artwork.