But then, just the other night I had a little epiphany as I gazed upon Tia's Spiderweb Quilt and I realized how she did it- sewing the hexagons across in strips.
Monsterz is such an ADORABLE collection to work with. It will arrive in January and I wholeheartedly suggest you make this quilt in the patterns I indicate because it will make you SMILE. But, this pattern is actually quite nice and it went together pretty quickly- so if you're looking for a fast project as a holiday gift, this might be your perfect option.
Below is an example of how you should cut the half-hexies out on the fabric. You should get 6 across on typical 42"-43" fabric.
After stitching all the rows across and pressing seams, stitch row 1 to row 2 and then add row 3, etc, until you've worked down to the bottom. Be sure to match seams.
After a good pressing, sandwich your quilt topper, batting and backing fabric. Pin well. Stitch as shown in diagram below. This will create perfect triangles that compliment the quilt's pattern. However, you can go nuts and do anything you like!
Stand back and admire your handiwork!