AUTOPLAY
How To Sew A Hexagon Flower
26 steps
Take two hexagons and place right sides together - lining up the edges
1. Take two hexagons and place right sides together - lining up the edges
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Insert your threaded needle under the seam allowance and come out right on the corner of one side
2. Insert your threaded needle under the seam allowance and come out right on the corner of one side
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Take a small stitch from right to left through the very edge of each hexagon. Don’t go through paper
3. Take a small stitch from right to left through the very edge of each hexagon. Don’t go through paper
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Take a second stitch in the exact same place - don’t pull your needle all the way through...yet
4. Take a second stitch in the exact same place - don’t pull your needle all the way through...yet
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Take the long thread tail and wrap over your needle. Pull through and this will the knot the thread
5. Take the long thread tail and wrap over your needle. Pull through and this will the knot the thread
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Take another stitch approx. 1/16th” away from the previous stitch
6. Take another stitch approx. 1/16th” away from the previous stitch
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Continue taking small stitches approx. 1/16th” apart until you get to corner
7. Continue taking small stitches approx. 1/16th” apart until you get to corner
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Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
8. Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
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Open out your hexagons to admire your handy work 😊. Do not cut your thread
9. Open out your hexagons to admire your handy work 😊. Do not cut your thread
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Place the next hexagon right sides together over the centre hexagon - lining up the edges
10. Place the next hexagon right sides together over the centre hexagon - lining up the edges
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Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
11. Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
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Work your way down the edge of the hexagon, taking small stitches from right to left until the end
12. Work your way down the edge of the hexagon, taking small stitches from right to left until the end
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Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
13. Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
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Work your way around stitching the remaining hexagons to the centre hexagon
14. Work your way around stitching the remaining hexagons to the centre hexagon
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All the hexagons are stitched to the centre hexagon.
15. All the hexagons are stitched to the centre hexagon.
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Remove the paper template from the centre hexagon ONLY. I use a small crochet hook to do this
16. Remove the paper template from the centre hexagon ONLY. I use a small crochet hook to do this
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Fold the flower in half and line up the edges. Insert your needle so it comes out at the corner
17. Fold the flower in half and line up the edges. Insert your needle so it comes out at the corner
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Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
18. Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
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Work your way down the edge of the hexagon, taking small stitches from right to left until the end
19. Work your way down the edge of the hexagon, taking small stitches from right to left until the end
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Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
20. Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
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Travel to corner of the next petal by stitching through the seam allowance ONLY
21. Travel to corner of the next petal by stitching through the seam allowance ONLY
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Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
22. Take 2 stitches in the same place - wrap the thread over the needle on the last stitch to knot it
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Work your way down the edge of the hexagon, taking small stitches from right to left until the end
23. Work your way down the edge of the hexagon, taking small stitches from right to left until the end
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Bury your thread in the seam allowance and trim
24. Bury your thread in the seam allowance and trim
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Continue sewing all the hexagon petals together
25. Continue sewing all the hexagon petals together
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All done! Look out for my next tutorial - A Beginners EPP mug rug
26. All done! Look out for my next tutorial - A Beginners EPP mug rug
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