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Achieve perfect points every time! Peggy Martin shows you easy and fast techniques to create paper-pieced blocks and then combine them in new ways.
What materials did you use?
It's very nice, you did a great job with your colors and the direction!
Thank you, Tanya. I wanted the tessalation to show rather than it looking like a checkerboard. At first I thought whirlaway would do that, but as I studied it I think this shows the tessalation as much as whirlaway.
Really great, both your choice of color and the pattern.
I love it
I am going to try this tessellation pattern with the math tessellation quilting project I'm starting with my 4th-5th grade students. Any pointers on how to cut out these sharp pieces and put them together for each block? Thanks!
I did not have to cut out the sharp pointy pieces. This is a paper piecing project that is part of a class on the Craftsy platform. I used the paper pattern and strips of fabric that were probably 2-3 inches wide. The class is Quick-Strip Paper Piecing by Peggy Martin. This is her zigzag pattern.
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