How to Use the EZ Quilting Long Hexagon Ruler with Jennie Rayment
Classes with Jennie Rayment • Educational, G, 01-Jun-2016
The hexagon has been stretched so gives a really interesting shape. Cutting instructions are on the label so hang onto it.
The template is designed to be used with a strip of fabric and the numbers are printed on the ruler itself. It is multi size to allow you to cut from 2.5 inch to 5.5 inch. Jennie shows you how to cut the various sizes so you aren’t limited to the whole of the template.
You can make the classic Grandmother’s flower garden with this shape and it obviously comes out very differently. Jennie also guides you through her quick idea of using vilene for fast turning the whole thing so that it’s ready to applique.
Consider any of the designs that would normally apply for the standard hexagon shape.
Also combine it with the 60 degree triangle and the 60 degree diamond.
And if you love EPP then this could work for you too.
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