A few weeks ago I needed some 1/2" hexagon paper pieces, but didn't want to run out to the fabric store. Sometimes they don't have all the sizes in stock, which made me feel even less motivated to make the drive.
But I still wanted those paper pieces, and I started thinking about how they could easily be printed at home if I took the time to make some printable sheets. So I sat down and made a document with 1/2" hexagons shapes, and since these are fun to paper piece in any size, I thought I might as well make pages for them in a bunch of sizes!
Print the hexagons on 67lb Vellum Bristol paper. This is the same weight paper as pre-cut hexagons, and a ream can be found in almost any office supply store. This paper is also fantastic for printing out your sewing pattern pieces! It's stiff enough to easily trace around the outline and your pattern pieces will last longer than ones printed on regular printer paper.
If you like to paper piece hexagons, or want to try (it's really relaxing), you can order a copy of this document. Then you'll always have easy access to paper pieces in a variety of sizes and can just print them out as needed.