pineapple with hexagons quilt pattern tutorial

By Hatun Comak Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Nowadays I like dealing with the things related to fruits; blocks, patterns, appliques, whatever. This is the second pineapple I made and shared in my blog. The first one was a pineapple block and now I designed a pineapple pattern which is combined with hexagons. Actually I was inspired by a fabric pattern and thought why not to make it as patchwork. And I like the result. It may be  turned into a wall hanging, cushion or something that I haven't decided yet but it is pretty cool! Below is the step by step tutorial with pictures for those who would like to make one also.


  • You will need 10 hexagons of 1" and 8 triangles. 
  • Hexagons and triangles are prepared by english paper piecing. When you baste the hexagons, triangles and leaves which makes of 5 pieces, sew them together, press them with iron and remove the papers.
  • Place the pieces on fabric as can be seen in the picture and pin them.

  •  Baste the pieces on fabric so that you can applique more easily. Now you are ready to start for appliquing.

  • Once you have finished appliquing all pieces, you stitch around the hexies and triangles as you can see in the photo below.

Hatun Çomak

I'm Hatun from Turkiye. I love quilting and patchwork and this is my patchworld. I share my projects, process, patterns and tutorials here in my blog. .