So elegant with your fabric choice. And what a cute idea turning hexies into a wreath! If only I could muster the nerve to try hexies. New Years resolution #8.
That is cute. Did you use stuffing?
The stuffing has too many loose ends and I couldn't get them tucked in, so I cut out smaller hexies from batting scraps. I used 3 layers to get enough puff.
Terry -This is a great tutorial for making hexies: http://www.ciaspalette.com/patterns/06/englishhexagons.html I like it because you don't sew through the paper, you don't have to take the basting threads out, and the back seams all lay flat since they are tacked down. This is the site to print out the hexagons, but they turn out smaller on my printer. http://www.incompetech.com/graphpaper/hexagonal/ The ones I used were 3/4" or .75" Just make sure you cut the fabric 1/4" (or slightly more) bigger than the paper hexagon, on all sides. You may want to try a larger size, like 1.25". The measurement is one short side. Try one and you just might like them! I did!