Helpful Tips When Using Template Plastic from Jennie Rayment
Classes with Jennie Rayment • Educational, G, 01-Dec-2014
Jennie shows you how to stop the templates slipping. Also she gives a little tip about how to draw round and you should remember to always draw on the reverse of the fabric!
You would find all these tips helpful if you were to work on the Your First Sampler Quilt with Valere Nesbitt by hand. You can find this workshop by clicking here.
And in fact this item has been extracted from Rosebud Fayre, that is one of our earlier Block of the Month programmes. Details of this workshop you can find here.
This was a programme Jennie and Valerie designed together and is a medallion sampler, so teaches various techniques throughout the quilt. Valerie ended up making two quilts because she had so many ‘work in progress’ pieces!
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