Witches get stitches!
Hocus Pocus is designed as a skill-builder pattern comprised of 17 different blocks, some that repeat. The pattern utilizes several methods for quilt construction including traditional piecing, foundation paper-piecing, templates, and a small bit of applique. The pattern is fully illustrated with a breakdown of steps, block by block. Cutting charts and illustrated diagrams are provided for each block. A coloring sheet is provided so you can swap out colors, or you can go scrappy and mix it up block by block.
Hocus Pocus is an intermediate pattern and assumes you have general knowledge about basic foundation paper-piecing, inset circles, y-seams and applique or feel comfortable googling general instruction for those methods. I will be posting tutorials on my blog on September 10th for inset circles and y-seams that will help you conquer your fears and make you love those methods as much as I do!
Looking to challenge yourself or learn new skills? This pattern is for you! The illustrated diagrams make piecing a breeze and I’m confident you can make a witchy quilt the Sanderson sisters would be proud of!