Learn How to Cut & Piece Without a Ruler with Jean Wells

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In this video, Jean Wells shares her technique for cutting without a ruler, then piecing those imperfect strips together! Learn even more in her book, Intuitive Color & Design, Updated 2nd Edition.

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