I have always sewed but done very little quilting. I guess I am self taught since there is no one I know who quilts and only one fabric store near me. Today a friend invited me to a quilt show by the Annapolis ( Md) Quilt Guild. I am entranced. I bought some great fabrics and one panel to make a wall hanging for my daughter. One woman there demonstrated a way to join fabric blocks that I had not seen before. Maybe someone here can help or direct me.
The sashing between the blocks was cut 2x the width of the sash, joined to the first block rt sides together with 1/4 seam. But I didn't catch how the second block was joined. The excess sash material was folded over and pressed with 1/4 hem edge. I know that the back edge needs to be sewed by hand so the stitching doesn't show on the front. Afterward the double sash can be quilted also.
Does this make sense as I've explained it ? Can anyone help me here.? I want to save this techniqe for when I do another block quilt.
Thanks for any help !!