Now for the hexagon flowers. When I put my hexagon flowers together I start by sewing all the outer hexagons to the center one. This way I don't have to stop and start my thread, I just keep sewing all the way around the center hexagon, and I can take the time to match up my designs on the outer petals.
I will usually have about 10 with the middle's sewn before I start working on making them a complete flower.
The seams are then easy to stitch, you do one, knot and snip your thread and move on to the next seam.
You can quickly move around the flower and within minutes all six seams are done. Because you already did the matching of patterns when you sewed around the center hexagon, you don't need to worry about which hexagon to add next.
I was in the car for an hour and 20 minutes on Saturday and finished 6 hexagon flowers this way. I can't wait to hear how it helps you make these cute flowers quicker!