The Little Mushroom Cap · Jul 3, 2015

Free Printable | 7/8" Hexagon Paper Pieces

Today I am going to be sharing with you a free printable I made for 7/8″ hexagon. I have been making a couple of grandmother flower blocks out of the the out of print Bonnie and Camille “Simple Abundance”. I am in the process of making something similar to the quilt on the cover of “Handful of Scraps” book by Edyta Sitar.

Enjoying the cold wintery night here down under, I have been making quite a progress. I am enjoying tiny hand stitches piecing the hexagons together. It has been a great enjoyable process while watching Netflix. A great way to justify yourself for just sitting on the couch. Really — It has been cold and I don’t think I would have been any productive if I don’t have anything in hand.

Anyway, I ran out of my hexagon pieces the other night and decided to make some new ones with quotes on them. So, I made some and here I am sharing the PDF with you, so you can go and print it off and get some hexies love too!

Free Printable Hexagon English Paper Pieces Template

The printable is made for easy cut. I cut the hexagon by first slicing through the dotted lines with a rotary cutter (tip: use an old blade – those that won’t cut you fabric well anymore – it will still cut paper well). Then, I snip off the small triangle corners using small pair of scissors. I hope this is helpful for you to try.

Downloadable Printable Hexies

These printable hexies can be instantly downloaded so you can get set to English Paper Piecing with them!

Intentional quotes on these hexies will make your day, I tell you!

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Quilty Love, Amira

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