The 4-1/2-inch hexagon is approximately 7 1/4 inches across from one flat side to the other. This tool is perfect for displaying large prints, machine embroidery, and quilting.
Cut 2-inch to 4-1/2-inch hexagons from strips, or fussy cut the largest size. Don't forget that hexagons are measured by the length of the finished side!
Cut matching-size equilateral triangles with From Marti Mitchell's 60-degree Triangle Ruler, 2 to 6 inches [CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE].
For pattern inspiration, check out From Marti Mitchell's Encyclopedia of Patchwork Blocks - Volume 6 [CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE]. With over 48 quilt patterns, you'll find many uses for My Favorite Hexagon Ruler!