ritzy wrote:I did mine using the mylar hexagons. It was an easy way to go but be aware--buy all you want to use at the same place. I bought mine from two different places and one set was thicker than the other which meant they were bigger when the mylar was taken out.
kquilts1 wrote:It has been a while since I ordered, but did not get the large pack. I believe I got somewhere in the 100s. As I said they can be used over and over again until too many holes get punched in the paper to make them useful. I don't remember paying more than $20 for the set.
Lorchen wrote:Didn't we have a topic somehwere about being 'frugal'......??
I have one hexagon template made from very thick cardstock, and I make my own hexagons from old Christmas and birthday cards. The boxes of cereals also seem to be about the right thickness. I know it's a little time-consuming, but can be done so easily whilst watching old episodes of 'The A-Team' or 'Indiana Jones' or whatever floats your boat.
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