How to Sew Hexagons Together with Jennie Rayment
Classes with Jennie Rayment • Educational, G, 01-Sep-2016
If EPP (English Paper Piecing) isn’t your thing then Jennie shows you how to create this traditional Grandmother’s Flower Garden patchwork block entirely by machine, it is a bit fiddly but worth the effort.
This comprehensive workshop includes some great tips on how to consider the grain of your fabric hexagons, so that the block will lie flat; how to make sure that you sew just where you need to and end up with a great idea for turning the block edges.
If you are someone that likes to press the seams how about the strip stick?
A great scrap quilt top and one that you could use to create family memories.
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