Inset Seam or Y Seam with Jennie Rayment
Classes with Jennie Rayment • Educational, G, 01-Oct-2010
The inset seam is usually avoided as often as possible, but sometimes you just need to get on with it. In this video, Jennie guides you through the process.
You can create hexagons with ease. Or make inset square corners and setting triangles into 8 pointed stars and much more. Just think of the possibilities that will be open to you once you’ve mastered this technique.
And if you didn’t get it first time, you can just replay the video and have another go. It’s that easy.
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