by, 07-24-2012 at 02:52 PM (376 Views)
Some great picture inspiration:
(for Stars) http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/triangle/
2.5" squares work for 1" hexes.
I think I saw a tut for freezer paper hex templates. Some don't like the method because it doesn't hold the shape well. From Gemstate on the boards: I use freezer paper but I guess I use it differently. I lay the dull side of the freezer paper hex on the fabric hex squares, which are cut 1/4" larger on all sides, then I turn the seam allowance over the edge to the shiny side and iron it down, so it is 'stuck' only on the seam allowance. (Clear as mud so far?) I have used the same ones for several quilts now. They are easy to take out as well.
Precut hexes in cardboard: http://www.quiltersfancy.ca/notionsPATIS.html
*=($35 for 1200 1" hexes)
2" or 4" Freezer Paper Hexes, 50/$4
Use the 4" on charms
600 Paper Pieces on Ebay with 2 videos: