Geta has a tutorial and .pdf template download here for cutting four sizes from 1-inch to 2-inch hexagons. It looks like a winner to me – the only cost is for the kind of paper you like to use for yours. Since the SAL is 2-inch hexagons, I’m going to get the kind of paper I like and try this out next week. You can get other sizes by playing with your printer to reduce or enlarge the ones given. Be sure to read the whole post to see the best, fastest way to use the templates.
Well, duh! I meant to include the link for you all. Here it is: Geta’s Hexagon Cutting Post. Thanks for bringing that to my attention, Margaret!