Find free hexagon patterns for stained glass in this ever growing list of free stained glass patterns found on the internet. To see more free stained glass patterns, go
to Pattern Search.
Please be aware that these free patterns are protected by copyright laws and are not for resale, or commercial or non commercial distribution, which includes books, web sites,
on-line forums, ebooks, pamphlets, or photocopied distribution. Also, please read each web sites individual rules for the use of their patterns.
These patterns come in various formats. Some will need to be resized before you can use them. There are several resizing programs available. My favorite is
Rapid Resizer Hexagon Patterns
Abstract Hexagon 1
Abstract Hexagon 2
Abstract Hexagon 3
Eye of the Dragonfly
Lighthouse Stepping Stone
Octagonal Bevel Window
Sailboat Stepping Stone
Scent of leather
Shield of Leather
South American Slipper Orchid
If you can't find a suitable pattern, you can use almost any pattern available and put it in a hexagon shape. Add cut lines to the outside edges, where necessary, to make the edge pieces possible to cut.
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