TASTER: Double Wedding Ring Patchwork with Jennie Rayment
FREE Tasters (Quilting) • Educational, G, 22-Jan-2021
Traditional Favourite can use scraps or Jelly Roll
This traditional favourite works well in scraps. It uses 2 1/2″ strips, background fabric as well as colour co-ordinated.
Rotary Cutting helps with accuracy
This is a challenging pattern but you too could make this traditional favourite. You will need to sew an accurate 1/4″ seam allowance. And get a little help from rotary cutting templates and this wonderful workshop from Jennie.
The main template is the Double Wedding Ring set. There is an additional single arc for those who want to cut either from a single piece of fabric for another design option and/or check your accuracy once all those little pieces have been sewn together.
‘Y’ Seam Technique
There is a Y seam technique involved with this and if you need a refresher course on this click here.
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