Detail Piecing Video Tutorial with Jean Wells

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This is one to bookmark! Jean Wells, author of Intuitive Color & Design, shows you how to tackle detailed piecing in the video below. 

Have you seen Jean Wells' other two tutorials? Watch them here!

Tutorial 1: Rulerless Cutting & Piecing

Tutorial 2: Adding Accent Strips

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