Turnabout patchwork quilt along

I’m running a quilt along in July – August for my book Turnabout Patchwork.

We’ll be making Flying confetti on page 32.

You’ll need the book to sew along.

And don’t forget to join my Facebook group so you can show your photos, see everyone else’s quilts and just share tips and experiences.

Check out all Turnabout patchwork quilt along posts.

What else is in the book?

The book has 23 patterns to make 23 quilts. The video below has a sample of every quilt you can make.

I hope lots of you join and we have fun making a fun quilt!

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My book and other publications

Check out my book “Turnabout Patchwork” for endless quilt top possibilities.

My book is now available as individual chapter downloads in a 4 quilt pattern bundles.

See all the quilts in the book in a real life project

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  1. I think I will make flying confetti. I ordered the book November 2018 from Book Depository but they finally cancelled my order. I have since purchased the kindle edition from Amazon. Still not the same as holding a hard copy. Have very much enjoyed receiving your video tutorials.


  2. Flying Rainbows. I already have your book. Bought it right after I stumbled onto your blog.


  3. J’aimerais faire “” flying confetti “” et j’aime tous vos patrons tres bien expliquer et tres interressant….. I will prefer “” flying confetti “” and I like all your patterns, very well done and very interresting…. Bravo ! Eliane


  4. I like the flying butterflies as my 1st choice but would make any of them as they are all very nice.\


  5. I love Flying Confetti-finally use up some scraps! I bought the book the day it came out. Your patterns are so clever. They look so complex. but are really very easy. Thank you for sharing them.


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