When I saw this tutorial I just had to do this quilt. I have the larger hex template but I thought I would use the smaller one to use up some of my Island Batik Scraps (joke is on me, they keep multiplying).
This is my little container after I cut my half hexies.
Here is my quilt.
I decided not to make it too large because I know my time constraints and I did not want another UFO.
The border Island Batik fabric I ordered at Missouri Star Quilt company...no, I am not affiliated with them in any way just love their fast delivery and awesome prices.
I worked on it off and on all day yesterday in between dishes, cleaning bathrooms, sweeping etc.
I had a hard time figuring out how many hexies I needed for each row. Since it was on a slant my mind was not able to see it. To solve this problem I just drew a line down each side as I did a new row. There is some waste and to be honest, I enjoyed making this quilt but doubt I will make another, too complicated when it came to adding rows and cutting, at least for my small brain.