Creating a Pattern from a Master Block

Creating a Pattern from a Master Block

Nina Redman Sunday, 1 December 2019

Now that you've created your master block, learn how to transfer it to a functional pattern by adding seam allowance, hems and more. We also explain pattern terms, such as seam allowance, notches and grainline.

In this video you'll learn:

  • How to transfer your master block pattern into useable pattern pieces to create your finished design
  • Why you need to keep the master block separately to your pattern
  • How to mark seam allowance, grainlines and hemlines
  • How to use a notcher to mark your pattern

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