Multisize – gives both the strip size you need to cut and also the height. A mini version is for use with the jelly roll strips. i.e 2.5 inch strips.
The top of the triangle template is flat to save you fabric and means that you can use this strip for cutting other shapes – such as squares, or other triangles. No need to worry about maths – particularly appealing if you are used to working in metric.
Cut 6 shapes and these create a hexagon shape. Jennie gives you a couple of options on the sewing sequence. There is also an idea to cut these shapes from stripey fabric or fabric you have created to make a stripe. Her tree skirt is particularly appealing don’t you think.
Used on their own the triangle is great for bunting or sew lots together as a scrap quilt and/or borders.
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