I have never like Y seams. They always seemed so hard to make right. If you follow the instructions this author provides on pages 25 – 27, you should become an expert in this type of seam.
Who knew you could get so many shapes from a simple hexagon. I won’t name them all here but I counted nine shapes plus the original hexagon. With 10 shapes, you should be able to make all kinds of quilt patterns.
There is a five page sections on tips and tricks and explanations of tools. Next is a four page patchwork cutting guide and then after the how to make Y seams section are the blocks with over 40 pages.
Just before the actual patterns is a section on setting options. Very handy. There are only two patterns but if you use your imagination, you can create many other patterns of your own. Finally, any template you need is provided.
If you have been wondering what to do with these “odd” shapes, this book should answer that question.