Hexagons for English Paper Piecing patchwork.
Hexagons are measured along one side, and all the sides are equal. The width of a Hexagon is twice its side length.
Ah Hexies! The original Paper Piece. And you can see why. The design possibilities using the hexagon grid are endless! From Grandmother’s Flower Garden to diamonds or waves, they’re the perfect shape for showing off your favourite collection or using up all your left over little bits.
The scrappy Clover Quilt in the pictures uses 1″ Hexagons, while the oversized pillow cover Jodi made with her daughter used 2″ Hexagons.
All Tales of Cloth paper pieces are laser cut for accuracy from high-quality 100% post-consumer, recycled paper, and packaged in recycled and recyclable packaging. The quantities in each packet are determined by the most efficient way to cut a large sheet of paper. All shapes are cut in their workshop in Castlemaine, Australia.
All photos by Tales of Cloth.