Bee Keeper's Quilt
This honeycomb of a quilt is made up of lots and lots of small “hexipuffs,” which are stuffed and stitched together. Supremely portable, you can knit these little things almost anywhere. There’s nothing to mastering this pattern besides patience.
You will need fingerling weight yarn, US 4/ 3.5 dpns; stuffing; tapestry needle
24 sts and 34 rows = 4”
Each honeycomb is approximately 3” in diameter; stitch together about 384 to make a 3’ x 4’ quilt