Honeycomb Hexagon Shaped Quilt Pattern Hardcover Journal
Widely used in England, hexagon patchwork quilts and bed covers have also been popular in the United States since the 1830's. Early examples, often known as "honeycomb" quilts, were pieced out of cotton and designed with a pattern focused at the center. Later examples, such as the one featured on this journal, were pieced out of silk and were often known as "mosaic" quilts.  If you love quilts then this journal is for you.  Bright colors alternating with light bands of linked flowers make you think of your Grandmother's hope chest every
time you open to write.  Write your heart away!
Red ribbon marker
144 pages
Measures: 5 5/8''w  x 8''h

American Quilt Journal