Make Patchwork Bias Strips Really Easily with No Gadgets
Classes with Jennie Rayment • Educational, G, 14-Jun-2019
Making your own Bias Strips is something that most patchworkers avoid, but with this delightful idea you will be converted and as Jennie says, no gadgets were used in the making of this bias, well except the sewing machine.
This simple and useful idea has been extracted from the longer workshop entitled Lily Block, which incorporates some of Jennie’s more traditional twiddling and fiddling.
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