Hand-Sewn Hexies Are Simple to Make!
Folded hexagons in a pretty combination of fabrics create a lovely table topper. White round centers tie the prints together for a charming finish.
This is a great take-along project. Once the pressing is done, the hexies are completed by hand sewing, which can be done just about anywhere.
Plus, you can make as many hexies as you want, creating a larger or smaller quilt.
Reproduction prints are lovely. Or play with other fabric styles to give the topper your own look.
The topper pictured here, from Tiina at Tikki London, is 23 ½” by 17 ½”.
An Extra Small Clover YoYo Maker is used to create the circles. Get one here.
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