Quilt as You Go Hexies Can Be Used Many Ways

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Just Stitch The Finished Hexies Together for a Completed Project!

Some quilters like making hexies and some don’t. They’re fiddly and require precision. Plus, once they’re made you need to applique them down to a background or carefully stitch them together into a quilt top.

These quilt-as-you-go hexies still require precision, but once they’re done they already have batting and backing and are ready to go. Just stitch them together into a completed project.

Quilt as You Go Hexies

The quilter at Silly Goose Quilts made a table mat with hers. You could make a mug rug, placemats or even a lap quilt. There are so many things you can do with these.

Quilt as You Go Hexies

Each individual hexagon is essentially a mini quilt, with binding brought around from the back. You can make them as small or large as you like.

The tutorial, by Silly Goose Quilts, includes a template. Print it full size onto a standard 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of paper for a finished hexie of about 3 1/2″ (you know the printed version is correct when there’s a 1″ space between the inner and outer hexies).

In the instructions, she refers to batting as wadding. Once the edges are folded, pressed, and basted in place you can sew down the edges by hand or machine. Machine stitching will go through all layers, essentially quilting them at the same time.

Print the Hexie template here.

Click here for the “Quilt-As-You-Go Hexagons” tutorial.


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