It is hard to take pictures of clear templates but here are the sizes - 6", 5" and 4". I like to use Inklingo for small hexagons. But for the big hexagons templates work fine.
I hope you can see it better but I placed the template I used for my hexagon bag directly over one of the hexagons above. I did machine stitch the hexagons together stopping 1/4" from the edge so it was easier to sew them altogether.
This is kind of a blurred picture but you can see I used the 4" hexagon template to make the bag. I have another bag cut out ready to sew with hexagons from a larger template. I hope to get a chance to work on that this weekend.
Now to fabric. I've been pulling fabric from my shelves to cut into layer cakes so I thought I'd show you some of those fabrics today.
This vintage pink pear fabric is one I happened on for a great price and it is big - 4 yards. It has an ultra soft feel to it.
Kitchen fabric is always my favorite and this one has a kitchen and house theme.
This linen cotton blend has fruit AND dots. It also has a nice soft feel for a linen blend.
I really like this thicker cotton in pretty blue and yellow. Wouldn't it make such a cute teapot?
I have this vintage flower fabric in a smallish piece. I love the colors in this floral.
This deep color has cute tea pots and tea cups all over it in a small scale.
I think this is called "Matilda's Kitchen". It is really sweet.
I've never used this piece yet in deep orange/yellow daises. I think it would also make a cute appliqued teapot.
This is kind of a strange fabric. It is patchwork and animals in some great colors. The animals are very Japanese. This would make a cute bag.
Have sew much fun this weekend!