It's a disease. Where you just want to sew hexagons. I think a lot of people have it. I don't.
At least I didn't until I figured out a way to piece hexagons with my machine as opposed to fiddly little English paper piecing. Hand piecing is just not for me. I've tried it, it's ok, I just can't keep it up for the long haul.
This is a Bee block for the queen of solids, Latifah, of LAMQG fame.
Would you like to try? If so, I've got some treats for you!
Number 1, presenting the first ever Lady Harvatine instructional video:
I'm sorry that things aren't totally in focus the entire time. I'll do better next time.
Treat number two is a pdf file of hexagon templates. You can print and cut out 4", 3" and 2" hexagons, all with a 1/4" seam allowance included.
Download the pdf file here.
I hope the video is clear enough. Please ignore my horribly ragged finger nails.
Let me know if you have any questions!