Monkey and I love Pieced Hexagons and there’s a new hexagon size today! Ready for you!
With one hexagon shape collection, you can print and sew the shapes for all of these designs and more! No wonder you asked for them!
Most of the Pieced Hexagons above are 3.5 inch (2 x 1.75 inch) on each side, and 7 inches across the middle from point to point. (The one on the right in the top row is twice as large!)
You have all this versatility because Inklingo Hexagon shape collections include the partial shapes–the two different halves, quarters and thirds.
If you also have the 60º Diamonds 1.75 inch. and 60° Diamonds 0.875 inch and 60° Hexagons 0.875 inch, you can print and sew the shapes for more than 300 designs!
1¾ inch = 1.75 inch
7/8 inch = 0.875 inch
Everything is cross-referenced. so you can find all of the 60° shapes and sizes on the website.
- Main Hexagon Page
- Main Diamond Page
- Main 60° Shapes Page
- 300 Pieced Hexagons
- Index of Shapes (under Support & Goodies)
Love the lines! Quilt more!
No basting, no measuring. Just print, cut and sew.
A CHOICE OF METHODS
These 1.75 inch hexagons are a nice size for piecing by hand or by machine.
This video shows how to sew hexagons by machine.
A running stitch is the easiest, most precise, most portable method.
There are 8 Good Ways to Use Inklingo for English Paper Piecing too.
There is detailed info about pressing too.
INTRO SALE PRICE
60° Hexagons 1.75 inch $25 is a great value but $20 is fantastic!
If you have been following Inklingo for a while, you know that there have never been “sales” but whenever a new shape collection is introduced, it is at a LOW price for the first few days. Only Inklingo quilters are likely to know about it, so this is a way of rewarding you for your loyalty.
As usual, when you buy your first hexagons, I also add the Hexagon Quilt Design Book ($20 value). (Main Design Book Page.)
Russ and I have been having an amazing summer so far. I have spent more time in the fresh air this year than ever before.
The garden is looking wonderful but one of my favorite additions is this arbor in the woods. I’m building woodpile walls and creating a forest sewing room.
I’ll be out there today, so the walls will be getting a little bit higher.
Then I can rest my weary bones on the front porch and sew more Pieced Hexagons.
That means more photos to share, so please stay tuned.
Linda & Monkey