In geometry, a polyhedron (plural polyhedra or polyhedrons) is a solid in three dimensions with flat polygonal faces, straight edges and sharp corners or vertices.
I have always been drawn to designs that appear to be three dimensional, and I love that this one can easily be made with one shape! The key to making this pattern to work is to choose three fabrics, a light, a medium, a dark, that have a clear contrast, be it in color, tone, or pattern density. Choose the scale of your print in relation to the size quilt you’re making. Check your selections with the camera on your phone in black and white, or monochrome mode to ensure good contrast.
You can make this quilt in four different sizes depending on what size unit you start with. My preferred cutting method is with the AccuQuilt cutter and the half-hexagon die. An alternate method is to use the Hex-n-More ruler. Note: the finished sizes will be different for each cutting method. Also note: Additional fabric will be needed for optional borders.
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