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    Smaller half hexagon

    Unless I missed it, MSQ doesn't make a half hexagon for 2.5" strips. That would be great. I'd like to make a flower garden quilt that's closer in size to the traditional ones, but love the idea of not messing with the tedious piecing the original octagons required.

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    https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...25-jelly-rolls
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      It's been out for like 5 years or more. One of M*'s first templates.
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        I'm glad you linked that! I was pretty sure they had half-hexi templates in all the standard pre-cut sizes.

        I just moved mine off the sewing table a few days ago. Then I had to stop and think if it was for a jelly roll strip, as I hadn't been using it for that.
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          Re: Smaller half hexagon

          Their half hexi template can be used for any precut. I just put together Jenny's quilt ( tutorial from a week ago) using that template using 2-1/2" strips. Jenny cut up a layer cake into 5" squares to cut her hexi from, that got my interest up to try this with a jelly roll I was wanting to build a quilt with. It isn't tiny like paper pieced/EPP hexis, but it is as small as I want to work with. I need to put borders on mine and quilt it, I think it is going to make a great looking quilt!
          Last edited by Jean Sewing Machine; June 3, 2019, 04:53 AM.

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