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Printable Hexagon Template for Quilting

Printable Hexagon Template for Quilting

After showing that I have caught the bug of Hexagon quilt and even did a quick tutorial, I have thought and thought that it wasn’t that easy to find myself  printable hexagon templates!  I don’t know about you, but when I have a thought in my head I better be able to find what I need lickety-split or it aint happening!

printable hexagon templates for quilting / patchwork posse

I had attempted to go with the graph paper option, and tracing out my own shapes…but I just don’t have time for that.  I also could have ran to the store and picked up some super fancy packaged hexagons…but who am I kidding?  I don’t like to spend money on things like that. So, what’s a girl to do?  Of course make her own!

Quick hint with the templates

* print off on cardstock paper if you have it around.  The thicker paper allows you to use the template more than once and can handle the folding of the fabric along the edge and a few needle holes.

* write in pencil what you are using that piece for. If you have a specific pattern in mind and need 4 outside red and 1 inside yellow, then label the template so you can keep track of what goes where. It even helps when you are sewing them together.

Printable Hexagon Template for Quilting

5″ Hexagon Template

1 1/2 inch Hexagon Template

2 inch Hexagon Template

Looking for more sizes? There are 12 in this collection of printable templates.

Only $2 for all 12!

12 Different Hexagon Templates Printable

Print off the quilt templates and head on over to the tutorial for sewing directions– and then off you go!

Give a satin stitch or zigzag edge a try if you aren’t into hand sewing.

Check out over here if you want more hexagon help.

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  1. margaret Schindler

    6 June

    thanks for the templates. I love them. I havent made a hexie quilt yet but I am going to now. I am going to print them right now.

  2. Sue Bone

    6 June

    You can print them off in any size here http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/hexagonal/

  3. Becky

    6 June

    thanks for sharing the link. The more sizes, the merrier right?

  4. Dana

    20 June

    Hi…I ordered precut 5″ squares to begin a hex quilt with my 3 girls. I started one as a young girl but circumstances prevented me from completing it, so I was hoping we could learn together. Is a 4.5″ hex too large to begin on, to learn with…for little fingers? I could cut the fabric down some but hate to do that if its not necessary. Thanks in advance for the advice I desperately need!!

  5. Lyn Miller

    29 August

    Lovely useful website. I’ve never tried patchwork before but am keen dressmaker so have a ready supply of usable fabrics.

  6. Anita

    3 November

    I’m looking for 2inch and 1&1/4 inch. Any ideas

  7. kathy pfaltzgraff

    16 January

    Thanks for your great blogs. I think you have a typo in the hexagon sizes, shouldn’t it read 1 1/2 unstead of 1 1/5? The size range look great otherwise. Thanks K

  8. Becky

    16 January

    thank you! fixed it. 🙂

  9. shirley

    8 March

    Thank you for your licky split help, I have RA and little resources;, so to be able to pop over here and print this has made my weekend and future projects accessible. Now I can Print and stitch. You provide a resource and you should feel proud, you helped me today. I might have had to sit here in my chair and not used my hands and heart to create. Thank you for Popping up in my box, my FB, my Google plus, and instagram.

  10. Voni

    21 August

    Templates won’t download for me.

  11. Voni

    21 August

    Got it. Thank You. Also, thank you for the patterns and ideas.

  12. Beverly

    2 April

    Becky,
    Thank you for the patterns. They sure did come in handy.
    The 3/4 ” printed fine, but the pattern labeled 2″ printed out at 1 inch.
    Beverly

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