In this workshop Jennie shows you how to use this template which allows you to rotary cut your patchwork pieces quickly and accurately and create a stunning scrap quilt.
This would make a great memory quilt as it uses up scraps but you could make something smaller of course.
Jennie uses rotary cutter around the Joseph’s coat template – which is quite safe to do; don’t forget to always cut away from you; using a small rotary cutting board is often a great idea as this is easy to turn (or indeed invest in a turntable rotary cutter)
You can multi-cut the scraps of course which makes the best use of the rotary cutter.
The templates have of course taken seam allowance into account – which is assumed to be 1/4inch.
Jennie likes to use just 5 pins per arc and shows you how to do this and of course this could be handwork if that takes your fancy! 6 sections make a wheel or flower and Jennie guides you through the sewing sequence.
You also get a great circular template for the centres; but you could use the EZ circle template sheet if you need a larger option! Jennie makes a kind of yo-yo over cardboard and again shows you how.