Pentagon Bowl with Jennie Rayment
Christmas Quilting Ideas • Educational, G, 01-May-2017
Jennie talks us through Pentagon Bowl variation and her book ‘Stitch Bits’ has detailed instructions about Hexagon shape.
Jennie likes to use double sided craft interfacing, which you can find in our website. But you also can create your own with maybe stiff stuff and Heat n Bond!
If you want to fussy cut your fabric, maybe for Christmas or other holiday seasons, and show off on each of the sides of the bowl, then do pay attention!
At the end Jennie has a suggestion for those who love to twiddle and fiddle with her – about creating a textured version.
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