TASTER: Woven Jelly Roll Colourwheel with Valerie Nesbitt
FREE Tasters (Quilting) • Educational, G, 01-Oct-2018
This woven design relies on colour for it's effect. Valerie thought the design would work using plain jelly roll strips and as you will see, had some fun deciding which to use, and seems to prove what a lot of quilters already know, that the fabric knows best!
Also, Valerie shows how to create a simple, effective and cheap designwall with wadding. And some coat hangers, definitely saves all that scrambling around on the floor.
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