This is row 9 and uses the Drunkard’s Path patch to great effect and Jennie shows you how to adapt the basic pattern too.
Jennie gets to create the gardens and path for this row. She takes the basic and classic Drunkard’s path pattern – which could also be used as a clamshell – and shows you how easy it is to sew – just 5 pins to hold the curved shape into place.
The acrylic rotary cutting template keeps your fingers safe and of course includes seam allowance. As it’s completely see-through you might think too about fussy cutting your fabric if you are using a floral that is.
If you are making the quilt you will need 6 units; BUT Jennie thought this was all too simple, so shows you how to create the pieced look – and you will see just how easy it is – might even get you thinking about striip piecing those units for another project! However do remember that this sewing and trimming back is only possible because it is machinesewn – not hand pieced.
Have you noticed that there are no flowers yet? – dont worry we’ll come back to those later.