Saturday, December 6, 2008

Hexagon Ready


More hexagons for my grandmothers flower garden.
I use the Mylar templates to make the hexagon, then I lightly starch them then I press them.
Once I do all this, the hexagon keeps it's shape and I can reuse the Mylar hexagons. I only have 100 templates so I have to constantly do this process.
I make these on a road trip or when I watch t.v. if I do not have another project on hand.
I am in no rush.

8 comments:

jovaliquilts said...

It's great to have something you can take along like that! Are the mylar hexagons the type that you fold the fabric over on? Or do you just trace around it and cut?

Jean said...

These look so cute just cut out and ready to go.

Quilting Cindy said...

You need more templates, don't you? It's nice to have a project that you don't feel rushed to complete.

Danetta said...

I am so happy to have found a take a long project myself. The templates I use are paper and reusable. I get them from www.paperpieces.com and they are wonderful!
I look forward to seeing your finished project.

Tine said...

It is nice to have some hexagons already cut out and prepared! I haven't worked on mine in a while, hopefully I'll get back to it after Chriatmas. Love your fabrics :)

Karen said...

Love the large print fabric. I'm itching to cut some out and give it a try. So, what size are your hexagons?

Eileen said...

These look so pretty laid out there on the table. I love the fabrics you are using for this.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Oh wow, look at these, they are beautiful!