TASTER: Tinkering with Trumpets with Jennie Rayment
FREE Tasters (Quilting) • Educational, G, 08-Oct-2021
These fun trumpets are easy to make and Jennie takes you through each of the simple stages. Once done, you can add a pokey in bit (technical patchwork term); four panels of tucks and four fancy fandango corners complete the wallhanging.
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We have another couple of workshops with Jennie called Twiddling Tucks and Adding Satin Stitch to the tuck edges, which we think you will also enjoy.
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