Hexagon Quilt Pattern Over 20 Free Patterns to Sew

Hexagon Quilt Pattern Over 20 Free Patterns to Sew

There are hexagons everywhere!  I love them and get inspired by everyone’s designs.

Here is a collection of over 20 Quilt Only– hexagon projects.

They are different sizes, techniques…some are handmade, some are machine sewn.  So, however you like to sew your hexagons there is something for you!

hexagon quilt pattern Round up. Over 20 free patterns and tutorials | patchwork posse #hexagonquiltpattern #freequiltpatterns

Hexagon Quilt Pattern

large-hexagon-quilt-tutorial  fat quarter quilt- Hexagon Spider web /
IMG_7859-0041  sexy_hexy_quilt
 DSC00112-p  hexagon pumpkin fat quarter quilt tutorial | patchwork posse
019  DSC_0019
 finishing_hex1 6476751125_bec0cb1488
 Hexagon flower quilt tutorial | patchwork posse #quilt #hexagon  1a4e0758be435c8dfc4f613a2ab39edf
 028a  snowflake hexagon quilt tutorial. Included templates! | patchwork posse
IMG_0809 hhtutorial9
 hexie2  hexagonquilt3
 Carries Centerpiece 6  1199-Wee-Wander-Hexie-Quilt
 IMG_8126  DSC09186
 hexblock  start8
 Spiderweb Hexagons 1 012.jpg 2  12579056564_e5b0d32ed3_z

Learn how to sew hexagons. Free templates, techniques and tutorials | Patchwork Posse


So, what’s your favorite method or technique for sewing a hexagon quilt? Share it!

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  1. Heather

    14 April

    Such cute projects Becky! Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. Oh Wow, some amazing patterns there. I WILL start to learn quilting before the year is out and Hexagons are high on my list. Its so versatile.

  3. Becky

    14 April

    Deby- they are awesome! I love them…and that’s what makes them fun is that they can be any size, color, design or whatever. Lot’s of fun.

  4. […] Another favorite of mine … hexagon quilts, not grandmother’s flower gardens–bigger hexagons! I tried the English paper piecing needed for the old-fashioned grandmother’s flower garden and did enough to cover the yoke of a denim shirt. That was enough of that for me! I think I like quicker results. The new trend of cutting the hexagons in half making trapezoids, which makes construction of the rows so simple, is used in so many of the latest hexagon patterns. It does make construction of the hexagon look so much faster, and manageable for a beginning quilter. I don’t like how it distorts the proportions of the hexagons a bit though; on some fabric designs it also cuts right smack into the design which gets spoiled when a seam runs through it. If you want to leave the hexagons whole, the tops can still be pieced on the machine but it requires a Y seam. I don’t mind the Y seams myself, particularly on large hexagons. It’s a trade-off I guess. No seams vs. speed. Both methods are good to have in your quilter’s tool box so you have the option of either one depending on the project you’re making. Here’s a link to a collection of free hexagon quilt patterns. Click here. […]

  5. karen

    20 January

    Hi Becky
    Thanks for posting these hexi patterns. I love handsewing hexis. It is so soothing and meditative. I have two quilts on the go all hand-sewn 1 inch hexis. I will post them when done. They have been two years in the works at the moment.

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