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Thread: Hexagon paper piecing

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    Senior Member Mickey1's Avatar
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    Hexagon paper piecing

    I have been looking online for precut hexagons (paper piecing). They seem a little pricier than I thought! Anyone know a good place to order? Thanks for your help....I really appreciate it.

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    I'm not sure where you've already checked, but I order all of my paper pieces from www.paperpieces.com. They are located in Sycamore, IL. If you know you're going to make a huge quilt, it's more economical to purchase a bag of 500 vs 100. They also have lots of pictures and ideas online if you're not sure what you want to make. I'm on my 4th English Paper Pieced quilt. Makes an awesome travel quilting project.

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    Check out Connecting Threads.

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    I bought mine from Paper Pieces online. You can use them over and over, I found the price reasonable and they are die cut so very accurate.

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    Thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace View Post
    Check out Connecting Threads.
    Good advice........you can print them out for free.
    When you sleep under a quilt, you sleep under a blanket of love.

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    Ck out your library or scrapbook store, i cut out a bunch there

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    You can print your own, any size
    http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/trianglehex.html

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    Connecting Threads has them for 40% off right now. I just ordered 100 - 2" hexagons for less than $12.00!
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    i purchase mine from PaperPieces.com too...they have such a vast assortment of pieces/sizes to choose from, good prices, good customer service, fast shipping. they are my - go to - place for any new hand stitching templates/paper pieces i may need
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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