Learn how to hand stitch hexagons in a video tutorial-It’s super simple and a great sewing project to travel with. All you need>needle, thread and templates!
These little hexagons are great for travel stitching. You’ll all of a sudden find yourself surrounded by an extra large pile of them!
Today we are going to tackle stitching them together. The process is the same for either stitching them in a row or in a flower shape.
Don’t be afraid to give it a try!
needle and thread
How to hand stitch hexagons together~
1- line up one edge of a hexagon to the second edge of the hexagon
2- take a couple of stitches on one end of the hexagon to lock the stitch
3- picking up only the edge of the hexagon (not the paper) stitch along the edge to the other corner with a whip stitch
4- take a couple of stitches again at the end to lock the stitch
5- line up the next hexagon and continue
The video is showing an example of sewing your hexagons in a row or line. Make sure you check your pattern to see what kind of configuration they require for the pattern.
You can make a flower shape with your hexagons as well!
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What do you do to make your hexagons turn out wonderful?
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