In this row Jennie uses one fabric for the sky and then a variety for the geese and fast rotary cutting of the shapes allows you to get to the fun bit of sewing really quickly.
Jennie talks up through the construction, the pressing, use of the thread-saver to help keep your patchwork neat as well as save thread by chain piecing and to make sure the geese row fits – you get to add a fudge factor!
Also Jennie gives ideas for using the Flying Geese in other projects.
You can learn more about the thread saver which both Jennie and Valerie love to use by clicking here. Click here for row 3 – Sunset Strip Row of Jennie’s Stripy Stripey Story Quilt.
Seminole patchwork is simple strip sewing and then cutting at a funny angle to give you some interesting shapes; most rulers have the 60 degree on them, so using your existing equpment shouldn’t be a problem.
Of course if you already have the 60 degree Diamond that is also an option.
You do need ...
Delectable mountains made quickly and easily with the help of rotary cutting. The triangle ruler is an option since the unit to create is a half-square triangle (it does however give you accuracy right from the start) and Jennie says is saves you fabric in the long run!
The mountains need to be m...
Jennie reminds us that this quilt is Fat quarter friendly. So there are no excuses about not being able to use up your stash!
Jennie uses the Companion Angle and the Tri-Recs set of rotary cutting templates. These allow you to cut out your fabric quickly, easily and accurately with the rotary cut...