Create Pretty Hexies without Hand Sewing

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This Technique is Great for Pouches, Totes and Much More!

Do you love hexies but dislike the hand-sewing that’s involved in creating them? This clever idea recreates the look without hand sewing.

Simply fuse hexies to a background and sew around each one with a decorative stitch that mimics the look of hand-sewing. Voila. Beautiful hexies.

Create Pretty Hexies without Hand Sewing

This is an easy way to dress up just about anything. The pouch shown here is a lovely example. Or consider creating a “hexie” tote, table mat and much more.

The process was developed by Debbie at Happy Little Cottage. She uses Heat n Bond to fuse the hexies to a background.

Learn more at the following link.

Click here for the fused hexies article.

You’ll find an excellent basic pouch tutorial, by Amanda at Jedi Craft Girl, at the following link. It’s perfect for customizing with hexies. Debbie added 1″ hexies to hers.

Click here for the free “My Favorite Zippered Pouch” tutorial.

Scroll down here at Pattern Universe for hexie templates in various sizes that can be printed right on the fusible web.

Thimblelady has a nice hexie template that can be used to create templates to trace around. You’ll need to “add to cart” and go through a checkout process but you won’t be charged for the free template. Learn more here.

The EZ Hexagon Ruler is great for cutting hexies of various sizes. Get it here.

 

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