60° HEXAGON - 0.5 INCH
PDF DOWNLOAD - SHAPES 24 MB + DESIGN BOOK
Print shapes on fabric with any ordinary Inkjet printer.
This Inklingo PDF has hexagons with 0.5 inch sides (1 inch across from point to point) plus both halves, quarters, and thirds. Several other sizes are available.
There are also two bonus shapes—a pentagon and a circle.
Features of this Shape Collection (PDF)
- shapes to print on fabric
- diagrams showing how much fabric you need
- notes about sewing miniatures
- shapes without seam allowances to print on freezer paper
(just in case you want templates)
- use a rotary cutter or scissors
- pattern for place mats (below)
- quilting design to print on place mats (very cool!)
- patterns for finger pincushion, toothpick, needle case
- partial hexagons increase your design options for borders and edges
- optional scissors layouts to save fabric
- ideal for fussy cutting and scrap quilts
- complimentary 70-page design book with worksheets and everything you need to design and sew a hexagon quilt
- see the reviews! (left sidebar)
The pattern for this place mat is included, and you can even print the quilting design on the center panel!
The Hexagon Quilt Design Book (70 pages) is free with this shape collection. (Details)
Love the lines. Quilt more!
LEARN TO HAND PIECE
The two-hour hand piecing lesson in Quilted Diamonds 2
is like taking a private lesson from me. The beautiful book and DVD are available again.
Several quilters in the Inklingo Yahoo group are using these hexagons to sew Rhonda Pearce's Award Winning quilt, Insanity, which was on the cover of Issue 16/6 of Australian Patchwork & Quilting.
Deanna in Michigan sewed 10,339 Inklingo hexagons to make this Insanity Quilt. Isn't it amazing? Thank you, Deanna, for your permission to use this photo. You are an inspiration!
Rae Ann Holbrook has finished the center of her Insanity Quilt too. This huge quilt is made with 0.5 inch hexagons!
Rae Ann says: "I can't tell you how happy I am with how this has come out. I'm beaming with joy. Without Inklingo I would never have attempted something like this. Now to print and cut more white hexes for the first border. By actually seeing the center completed it has given me or inspiration to continue. I'm so excited all over again."
See more about a quilt with 10,000 of these Inklingo hexagons on the All about Inklingo blog.
Part of the fun is getting organized!
MAIN HEXAGON PAGE
Why quilters love Inklingo hexagons and VIDEO