Quilt size: 64” x 82”.
The quilt can be made traditionally or using foundation piecing.
Both methods are demonstrated on video for each block type. Templates for both techniques are included.
If you’ve never done foundation piecing this is the time to try. You can always make it traditionally if you don’t like it.
The skill level required is intermediate though if you’ve done a bit of quilting but you still consider yourself a beginner you may wish to give it a go. Particularly if using foundation piecing.
This quilt is fat quarter friendly.
Using freezer paper in quilting
How to make a tulip quilt block with foundation paper piecing
How to make a tulip quilt block with traditional piecing
How to make a tulip bud with foundation paper piecing
How to make a tulip bud with traditional piecing
Stem and leaves traditional piecing
Stem and leaves using foundation paper piecing
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My book Turnabout Patchwork
“Turnabout Patchwork. Simple quilts with a twist” is all about playing with blocks – making a block, slicing it up, and turning or repositioning the pieces to make a completely different block (sometimes two smaller blocks) to yield endless quilt tops.
Buy individual chapters of my book
Now that my publisher is going out of business I have bought the rights to publish my book. Now you can download individual chapters. Each digital download is a bundle with 4 quilt patterns in it.
As well as the instructions and fabric needs to make the blocks you’ll find a section on quiltmaking basics at the end of the pattern that discusses:
- Squaring up blocks
- Assembly and quilting
See all the quilts in the book in a real life project
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