Curvy Hexie Stars – Part 2

Is everyone printing and cutting Curvy Hexie shapes today? I am.

Curvy Hexie Quilt

This is another worksheet in the new Curvy Hexie Star shape collections. It uses the bonus shape.


Inklingo Custom Size in Print Dialog Box

Freezer paper and fabric cut 5.5 x 10 gives me 3 perfect shapes.
(Notice the Landscape setting, lower left in the dialog box.)


Rotary Cut Curves

Have you tried rotary cutting curves? It is easier than I ever imaged.


Rotary Cut Curves

In fact, I was surprised. It is easier and faster and more accurate than cutting with a plastic template OR scissors!


Rotary Cut Curves
When you have a line to cut on and a line to sew on, you can love curves.


Video How to Rotary Cut Curves

Just in case you need some convincing, there is a short video with my best tips for rotary cutting curves.

This technique works for Cleopatra’s Fan and any of the Inklingo shape collections on the Main Shapes with Curves Page on the website. (You are on the blog now.)


Inklingo Curvy Hexies

You have a choice of 4 sizes and the largest ones can be sewn by machine, if you prefer.

Main Hexagon Page

Low intro price for a few more days only!


Introduction to Inklingo

If you are new to Inklingo, there are step by step instructions and a new VIDEO on the Welcome to Inklingo page on the website.


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I have more to show you about Curvy Hexies, so stay tuned, okay?

Linda & Monkey


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4 thoughts on “Curvy Hexie Stars – Part 2”

  1. Just when you think you know everything about sewing hexagons, along comes a collection that blows that theory away! These look like stars, tumbling blocks, and – dare I say – Storm at Sea, but mixable with other hexagon shapes.

    Amazing! Time to mix and match!

    Thanks Linda!


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