quilting

Tulip quilt block – Tulip factory QAL

Today we’re making the first block and we’re making it with foundation piecing.

See page 3 of the pattern for details on making the block.

If you’re going to be making the quilt with traditional piecing the next tutorial is coming in a couple of days. Check the schedule.

FPP tulip block

You can make the block with regulary copy paper and sewing through the paper, or using freezer paper and reusing the template. Check out the video on freezer paper below to learn the technique.

How to join

Joining is simple.

  1. Purchase the Tulip factory pattern. I will sell the pattern at half price until the end of the QAL.
  2. Subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss any of the QAL posts
  3. Get ready for the start of the QAL by selecting your fabrics.

NOTE: Videos will show private until their release date.

10 September – Using freezer paper in quilting

14 September – How to make a tulip quilt block with foundation paper piecing:

17 September – How to make a tulip quilt block with traditional piecing :

28 September – How to make a tulip bud with foundation paper piecing:

1 October – How to make a tulip bud with traditional piecing:

12 October – Stem and leaves traditional piecing:

15 October – Stem and leaves using foundation paper piecing:

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Share your work!

If you make any of my tutorials this is how you can share your pictures:

  • On Instagram please tag me with @teresadownunder and hashtag #teresadownunder
  • Join my Facebook group and post your pictures there


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.

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

How to make a tulip block with foundation paper piecing tutorial

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1 comment

  1. This is brilliant Teresa,..you’re a genius! I’m going to try this way of foundation piecing which has always scared me. Thank you, Elizabeth

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