If the last two posts weren’t enough inspiration for you, maybe these lovely photos will do it for you. Click on the mosaic to get more info on the individual images. And then head to your sewing room and get to making some hexagons already!
As an aside, I was asked a question in the comments that I thought was good to answer here. I was asked about the purpose of paper piecing your hexagons vs. just sewing them together. There is absolutely no reason you couldn’t just sew them together without paper piecing, you would just want to make sure that you had cut out your hexagons accurately and left yourself a true 1/4” seam allowance so that all of your hexagons are consistent when sewing together. Of course, this does require you to cut hexagons from your fabric. The benefits of paper piecing is for accuracy in size, accuracy in points meeting up and with using squares of fabric instead of hexagons to wrap your paper pieces, it makes for a much faster processes (in that respect at least). Also, it gives you something to hand sew for those times you are away from your sewing machine. I love having projects to work by hand and this one is very gratifying in that it goes together quickly and looks so nice and neat with the paper piece. So I hope that gives you a little bit of insight as to why you would paper piece vs. machine sew. I will be doing some machine sewn hexagons in the near future and I’ll of course share that all here.