Hexagon quilt tutorial
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Overcome your fear of y-seams with these easy hexagon quilt tutorial.
How To Hexi / English Paper Pieced (EEP) Hexies Tutorial and Pattern
Free large hexagon quilt pattern & template. Make a simple hexagon quilt with no Y seams with our tutorial. Uses half hexagon quilt pieces.
Kimberly Shavatt saved to Sewing Tips & Projects
As promised what follows is a step by step tutorial to show you the process of how I went about sewing my Pink Flamingo Hexagon Quilt by machine. This tutorial represents just one way of how to machin
Okta Saputra saved to quilt
The Hexagon Quilt. It can be tricky, but with this tutorial and videos you'll know how to make the in no time! Start with the flower hexagon project.
mom5 mom5 saved to Applique Sweatshirt
J. Conlon and Sons - DIY saved to Sewing Tutorials
With a ton of things to do before the end of the year I got distracted yet again! I saw the "Quilt as you go Hexagon" tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co. (here) and realized that this was my kind of hexie! Paper piecing and little hexies scare me - but this bigger, faster and easy version seemed like a whole lot of fun. You don't have to buy a template; there are lots of tutorials and videos that show you the same technique using cardboard and different sized units. I did get the one sold…
A couple of things to remember before starting to machine piece hexagons with this method: *Cut your hexagons accurately. Perfectly cut hexagons will help you achieve the precision required for this method. *Sew consistent 1/4" seam allowances. A 1/4" foot or patchwork foot is helpful. I'm able to place my needle 1/4" in by lining up the edge of the fabric with the edge of the presser foot. *You may want to reduce your stitch length to 2.0. Smaller stitches will help you hit your stop points…
Peggy Guadagno saved to Hexie projects
Today I'm happy to be a stop on the Quilting on the Go blog tour. Quilting on the Go is written by my long time blog friend Jessica, who blogs at Life Under Quilts. I have admired her beautiful travel quilts for many years. In fact, she is the one who got me started on EPP over two years ago. I'm so excited for her beautiful book! It clearly covers every step of the EPP process-preparing a travel kit, choosing fabrics, how to join the pieces, very important assembly instructions-like…
Ila Carver saved to English paper piecing quilts