My hexie project is still ongoing and has made a turn in another direction. I went looking for ways to put them together and found a fantastic site and fantastic quilter who I have admired for many years and did not know she was a hexie fan. You will find her HERE. I love the way she fussy cuts fabric to get some fantastically unique hexies. They I found her way of putting them together. The link I shared shows part of it but not all. You MUST search all her hexie posts and discover all her tip and tricks. She is a hexie guru!
I discovered that I had misplaced a hexie or two. When adding the five on each flower, you must start and end on the hexie's side.
Here are a few of mine as they will look put together. It's a bit of a trick figuring out how to turn them. But I soon got the hang of it. (Is that Texas slang? )
HERE and cut them with a rotary cutter. I had to use scissors and took me forever!! I cut them from card stock or any thick paper. I often use the card paper that you find inside magazines. The ones you tear out--they are usually magazine subscriptions. Old greeting cards work great too!