Quick and easy patchwork quilts – with a “turnabout” twist (+ giveaway!)

Sew . . . what is Turnabout Patchwork? Sounds kind of intriguing, right?

Turnabout Patchwork

Here’s the gist: you start with a simple block—a Snowball, a Nine Patch, a Shoofly, you get the idea—easy. Then you slice, turn, and sew slices back together. That’s when you see the magic happen!

Turnabout Patchwork blocks
^^^
This block started as a huge half-square triangle!

It’s hard to believe such complex-looking quilts can come from such easy-to-sew blocks, but Aussie quilter Teresa Mairal Barreu’s turnabout techniques transform even the most basic blocks into showstopping quilts. In some cases slicing isn’t even necessary—just turn units as directed for unique designs!

From Turnabout Patchwork

Each chapter focuses on a single block; just follow along to sew, slice, turn, and sew again. And with the 23 quilt patterns included, you can make lap quilts, runners, and more with the turnabout blocks you create.

We’re happy to have Teresa here as a guest writer today to tell you more about her new book and her twisty-turny techniques!


Teresa Mairal BarreuTurnabout Patchwork is all about playing with blocks. I was excited by the prospect of creating a series of original patterns and designs with this slice-and-turn technique.

On my YouTube channel, TeresaDownUnder, I’ve shared my excitement and quilting discoveries with patchwork devotees for many years. Turnabout Patchwork represents a new adventure—and the possibility of connecting with existing followers and new quilters alike.

Playing with blocks—making a block, slicing it up, and turning or repositioning the pieces to make a completely different block (or sometimes two smaller blocks)—can yield endless quilt tops. It’s very satisfying. Here’s a little video example of the blocks and quilts in the book:


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The basic blocks I present are a great introduction to quilting. Quarter Snowball, Shoofly, and Nine Patch blocks are as easy as it gets. You can learn to make all three and transform them into Turnabout blocks in no time.

Turnabout Patchwork block

You’ll find that most of the projects in Turnabout Patchwork are suitable for beginners or even first-time quilters. Let the block party begin!


Turnabout PatchworkThanks for sharing a peek into your turnabout world, Teresa!

We’ve got a copy of Turnabout Patchwork to give away to one winner today! To enter your name in the drawing, tell us in the comments:

What’s the last quilting technique you tried for the first time?

We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck! And if you’re ready to join Teresa on a turnabout adventure, purchase Turnabout Patchwork at our website and we’ll send you a link to instantly download the eBook for free.

Comments are closed for this post.

Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Marlene, who says:

“Recently tried paper piecing….challenging”

We’ll email you about your prize, Marlene—congratulations!


356 Comments

  • I did the hst, but I used many different techniques . I’m making a quilt using only HST blocks.

    —Glenda Hollander on December 19, 2018
  • needle turn applique

    —Barbara Butler Long on December 19, 2018
  • Still tying to successfully learn paper piecing. Thank you for your videos. love them

    —Connie German on December 19, 2018
  • My newest technique to try has been paper piecing. Love it!

    —Mary on December 19, 2018
  • I tried free motion quilting the background of two small Primitive Gatherings snowman quilts.

    —Toni Anne Potter on December 19, 2018
  • I recently tried reverse appliqué by stitching the design on layers and cutting out sections to reveal the pattern I stitched. Thanks for the chance to win this book!

    —Cindy Pilkington on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique I tried was the 3D tumbling blocks that are put together in columns. I looked at a number of you tube videos and TeresaDownUnder was one of the main videos I used to learn the technique! I love the idea of blocks being changed up and one of my favourite is the disappearing 9 patch.

    —Vicky on December 19, 2018
  • I tried the paper piece method and also half square triangles, different ways.

    —Linda Hulen on December 19, 2018
  • I took a patchwork math class and worked on arranging basic pieces to make a variety of blocks

    —Pat on December 19, 2018
  • I used Deb Tucker’s Flying Geese Ruler to make flying geese. I was impressed by how accurate the flying geese came out – from tiny ones to the large ones.

    —Ann West on December 19, 2018
  • Tge patterns are so cute. Have been following you for a while.

    —Monna Shaner on December 19, 2018
  • I just did some strip piecing using paper foundation.

    —Virginia Over on December 19, 2018
  • love the idea, can not wait to try the different blocks

    —Jan Thomas on December 19, 2018
  • Sashings with cornerstones.

    —Sharon on December 19, 2018
  • I tried the disappearing nine patch.

    —JAMA CARPER on December 19, 2018
  • Wow! This is a great idea. I’ve just cut a pattern from freezer paper that calls for shuffling all the pieces and seeing them back together into a star block. Hope it works out!!!

    —Judy Thompson on December 19, 2018
  • Paper piecing with wee tiny itty bitty pieces. Whew!!!!

    —Carol Vickers on December 19, 2018
  • After nearly 30 years quilting and using a double fold binding on most projects, I recently tried binding some placemats by bringing the backing to the front.

    —LynneP on December 19, 2018
  • Interesting twist! Have done some different patterns where you cut, sew, cut, turn, sew (silly quilters aren’t we?) I think it is so interesting where you can take just a simple few blocks and by using these techniques make something that looks completely different.

    —Kathy Haukos on December 19, 2018
  • This book looks like fun!

    —Marji Killion on December 19, 2018
  • The last quilting technique I tried for the first time, I think was dot to dot quilting. It worked fine. I love the idea of taking something like hst and just playing.

    —Tamara Isaacs-Smith on December 19, 2018
  • Am working on a bow tie quilt for my twin granddaughters but will be called ribbons quilt.

    —Betty Gebhardt on December 19, 2018
  • Those quilts look interesting to make and would love to try one. Would be happy to win a book so I could try one or all of them thanks.

    Gracie Adams on December 19, 2018
  • I’ve not really tried this technique. This would be a good way to get started. I like the way it looks. Thanks!

    —Vicki on December 19, 2018
  • I learned an alternate way to make flying geese.

    —Virginia in AK on December 19, 2018
  • I just did a single-fold binding for the first time.

    —Margaret Dalmer on December 19, 2018
  • I am so new to quilting that I have only made one quilt so far! I am currently working on a wall-hanging of trees in the snow. I am trying to quilt around the tree trunks and limbs to make them pop.

    —Jenn Burwell on December 19, 2018
  • 45 DEAGEE ANGLES AND MITTERED CORNERS.

    mARY on December 19, 2018
  • I tried matchstick quilting recently.

    —MoeWest on December 19, 2018
  • What a great idea to add more pop to a quilt!! thanks for the give away!

    —Cyndi Duffin on December 19, 2018
  • Just tried dot to dot. Thanks for the chance.

    —SherryG on December 19, 2018
  • Machine applique

    —Susan Torrington on December 19, 2018
  • Free motion quilting

    —Amy on December 19, 2018
  • Walking foot quilting was the last thing I tried. It is great for straight line quilting.

    —Deena Drevs on December 19, 2018
  • The last technique I tried was trimming HST before they are opened using a specialty ruler. I never thought I needed to try this, but it actually cuts your trimming time in half because you only have to trim two sides.

    —Terry on December 19, 2018
  • I just tried paper piecing for the first time!

    elr on December 19, 2018
  • I LOVE thinking out side of the box! I recently started playing with wool!

    —Deb Marshall on December 19, 2018
  • This looks like fun! The latest new technique I tried was piped binding.

    —Kathy R on December 19, 2018
  • I’m finishing up a king size quilt for Christmas. I quilted all the blocks separately (100!), then used sashing to connect them together. The sashing finishes at 1/2″, so doesn’t require additional quilting. Using the Leah Day method.

    —NANCY THONE on December 19, 2018
  • this is amazing. easy and gorgeous quilts

    —Linda Deming on December 19, 2018
  • I have gathered all the supplies to try English paper piecing for the first time. Would love to try this turn about technique.

    —Nancy on December 19, 2018
  • I tried needle turn applique. would love to give these quilts a try!

    —Colleen on December 19, 2018
  • This is so clever. I am new to quilting and love the idea of cutting and changing the layout of the original block. I am not that experienced to just cut up my fabric without instructions.

    —Cheryl on December 19, 2018
  • Last week I use double fuse Pellon for the first time. I took two Alphabet panels of 168 letters and fuses a top and backing to the Pellon. Then stitched all around the letters. I cut them apart using a pinking rotary cutter blade. They are a gift to my two young grandsons for Christmas. So many options for them to learn using them.

    —Rita S on December 19, 2018
  • The latest quilting thing I have tried is expanding my free motion patterns. I’m trying ribbons and different border fill ins.

    —Nancy Norris on December 19, 2018
  • The Turnabout Twist looks so clean and new ! I’d love to try. I recently did the disappearing 9 patch but I love the paper piecing and keep going back to do more.

    —Nancy C on December 19, 2018
  • It’s not a technique but I used wool batting for the first time. It’s has a nice feel to it. Thanks for the chance to win the book.

    —ANN D on December 19, 2018
  • I’m always amazed at this kind of creativity. I can copy but I’m not very good at making up my own ideas. The last new method I tried was paper piecing. Would love to win this book.

    —Anne L. Rightler on December 19, 2018
  • Looks like an intersting way to make different types of blocks that would otherwise be very complicated to do. Thanks for another great giveaway

    —Bev on December 19, 2018
  • tube piecing was new to me and i love the results from only sewing and cutting strips.

    —Carolyn Montgomery on December 19, 2018
  • Can’t say I’ve done anything new lately, but have done snowballs and strip piecing in the past. Need to try new techniques in the new year!

    —Kathy A on December 19, 2018
  • I call my free motion stitch the loopdy doo. Lots of loops and they doo intersect.

    —Margaret O'Reilly on December 19, 2018
  • That last new technique I tried was foundation piecing – it’s a winner!

    —Carolyn on December 19, 2018
  • I tried paper piecing for the first time.

    —Christine E on December 19, 2018
  • Paper piecing! loved it!

    —Cathy Ritter on December 19, 2018
  • I’m trying to be more adventurous in my free motion quilting, but so far, I think I’m better to stick to stitching in the ditch.

    —Carol on December 19, 2018
  • I’ve tried a bunch of new pantograph quilting designs recently.

    —Lisa Marie on December 19, 2018
  • Oh, those are clever! The newest thing for me was using the pineapple ruler.

    —Nyla-Jean on December 19, 2018
  • I recently tried English Paper Piecing and madee a quilt for my sister’s 70th birthday. It turned out beautifully, but I don’t think I’ll make another any time soon.

    —Allison Evrard on December 19, 2018
  • Star within a star within a star…. Started out tiny and ended up huge.

    —Joan K on December 19, 2018
  • I just tried paper piecing- still need a lot of practice!

    —laura mitchell on December 19, 2018
  • I used the “8 at a time half-square triangle” much faster. The pattern said to sew a half-square triangle and then trim it down, which was way too labor intensive. I would love to try some of these quilts, I love the bright colors she uses.

    —Winks K. on December 19, 2018
  • 4 fast flying geese! I can’t believe how accurate this method is! 🙂

    —Jacquie Fanning on December 19, 2018
  • I am making two Bonnie Hunter quilts and piecing them at the same time using her method of making parts of the first quilt and instead of using a scrap of fabric between I am making parts of the second quilt.

    —Linda on December 19, 2018
  • I have been trying to learn to do ruler work quilting.

    —SUE GOODIN on December 19, 2018
  • The last thing that is new to me is machine stitching my bindings instead of hand stitching them down. Getting better at it, slowly!

    Carolyn Jennings on December 19, 2018
  • Trying a new quilting motif.

    —Judy B Bowers on December 19, 2018
  • One block wonder and unloved it!

    Gisela Buitendag on December 19, 2018
  • Great idea to transform simple blocks.

    Susan Ross on December 19, 2018
  • One block wonder and I love it!

    —Gisela Buitendag on December 19, 2018
  • I completed "All My Stars" Online quilt pattern, 15 different styles of stars with variations on the star point. Blocks were 4″, 8″ and 12″.

    —Bernadette Schultz on December 19, 2018
  • I’m trying paper piecing at the moment…not the project I should start a week before Christmas but after Christmas I’ll really get into it. 🙂 I would love to give this book a try and see what I come up with.

    —Rachel Pappas on December 19, 2018
  • Recently tried adding shading to a block using colored pencils that react with a brushed on medium. Reading some of the other comments — there are other techniques would like to try.

    —Carol Schon on December 19, 2018
  • I have recently been learning a variety of star blocks. Such fun!

    Kathleen Wheatley on December 19, 2018
  • String piecing on a 12×12 muslin square for a stag quilt. Good luck everyone. Thank you for the chance to win.

    —Valerie Thompson on December 19, 2018
  • Haven’t quilted in a while, so don’t recall. But this book looks like a great inspiration to get back into quilting. Thanks for the opportunity to win this great book!

    —Mary Jo on December 19, 2018
  • Believe it or not–strip sets! Seems I always am piecing the smallest configured unit instead of being able to sew strip sets and subcut. It was nice to finally be able to try the technique.

    —Lill on December 19, 2018
  • fusible applique

    —Joan on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique was probably making multiple flying geese blocks with squares and cutting them apart. Thank you for the chance to win this interesting book.

    —Cindy on December 19, 2018
  • Piped binding by machine.

    —Susan M Putman on December 19, 2018
  • Pattern matching with fussy cuts.

    —Janna on December 19, 2018
  • I tried raw edge applique like Edyta Sitar does and fell in love with it, especially for wall hangings.

    —Janice Park on December 19, 2018
  • I tried using a binding tool to join the ends of my binding by machine and love it.

    —Mary Beth McKelvey on December 19, 2018
  • I recently finished a paper-pieced miniature (12″x12″) quilter the first time. So Fun!

    —Gretchen on December 19, 2018
  • A new version of making Flying Geese.

    —Caryn S on December 19, 2018
  • I haven’t tried anything new in quite awhile. It is time to try new things.

    —Janice Hixon on December 19, 2018
  • I did "faux piping" by using 2 different colors of fabric in my binding. It is easy once you figure it out and really adds a little "pop" to the borders and binding.

    —Patty on December 19, 2018
  • I recently made a quilt on point — a first for me!

    —Jane on December 19, 2018
  • I have yet to try it, but I recently purchased the clearly perfect slotted trimmers for making "perfect" half square triangles.

    —marlene on December 19, 2018
  • I floated the top when quilting on my longarm.

    —Jan Alvestad on December 19, 2018
  • A brilliant new twist! I love this idea.

    —Jerilyn Mills on December 19, 2018
  • My last first time technique was the "turn-about" technique with the disappearing nine patch.

    —Janet on December 19, 2018
  • Thread drawing. I tried to do a feather. Went up the spine, down the spine. Started 2 lines to the side and noticed my stitches were really loose. Cut the thread flipped it over and the entire back is loopy – it all needs to be pulled out! Will try again after the holidays.

    —Linda Lee Ahn on December 19, 2018
  • Last last summer, I learned (and taught my Guild) a narrow-narrow inset strip technique taken from couture fashion sewing. I learned it from Stephanie Z Ruyle’s blog, “Spontaneous Threads.” It’s a game-changer!

    —Marti Dyer-Allison on December 19, 2018
  • I did Prairie points for the first time in a Fall themed quilt.

    —Lisa Weers on December 19, 2018
  • Grace Errea’s machine applique technique.

    —Karen on December 19, 2018
  • The latest technique was disappearing 4 patch. These look fun and different.

    —Cindy on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique I tried was using batik fabrics and fusible web to fuse 2 layers of fabric together
    to make ‘3-D’ fall leaves for a wall hanging! LOVED IT!!!

    —Jami Harwood on December 19, 2018
  • Well, I think the last technique I tried was paper piecing, but that was a while ago. I’ve also picked up applique recently, but that’s so similar to embroidery it really didn’t feel new. Hmm, now that I’m thinking about it, I made a disappearing 9 patch, does that count as a new technique?? Ohh, how about the Jelly Roll 1600?

    —Susan Burney on December 19, 2018
  • I tried a strip piecing technique.

    —Kathy R on December 19, 2018
  • The 8 in 1 half square triangles. It was sooo much easier! 🙂
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    —Connie Cain on December 19, 2018
  • Piecing on a sewing machine, after hand piecing for years.

    —Quilting Tangent on December 19, 2018
  • I think I have tried everything at least once

    —Hilda Hrebs on December 19, 2018
  • Mitered borders.

    —Molly S. on December 19, 2018
  • Free motion quilting.

    —Judy Sanders on December 19, 2018
  • I just completed a project with English paper piecing. Was happy with results but I don’t think I’ll
    Make a quilt with that technique!

    —Rochelle on December 19, 2018
  • Your Book looks so inviting. The last technioque I tried was the magic Eight.Carole Conard

    Carole Conard on December 19, 2018
  • Your Book looks so inviting. The last technioque I tried was the Magic Eight.
    Carole Conard

    Carole Conard on December 19, 2018
  • I just tried curved piecing. It was easier than I expected.

    —Maureen on December 19, 2018
  • Free motion quilting

    —Jane Timmins on December 19, 2018
  • I just learned how to do curved cross hatched free motion quilting with a curved ruler- very fun! I love the scattered triangle block that comes by cutting up the original block! A great way to make new blocks in less time! Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Stephanie in Oregon on December 19, 2018
  • the last technique I tried for the first time was using "Triangles on a Roll". It was interesting.

    —Lora Garrison on December 19, 2018
  • Using Glad Cling Wrap to make a stencil

    —Sue Lerch on December 19, 2018
  • The last quilting technique I have tried for the first time is English Paper Piecing. I found I love it! Sharon

    —Sharon Jennings on December 19, 2018
  • I recently completed and Orange Peel quilt which allowed me to try my hand at sewing on the curve. It turned out OK! LOL

    —Kathy Kranenburg on December 19, 2018
  • The last ‘new’ quilting technique that I tried is English Paper Piecing. I have made a ton of Grandma’s flower garden flowers, but have yet to figure out how I want to put them together!

    Barbara Johnson on December 19, 2018
  • Last new technique involving tuning around parts of blocks was the disappearing 9 patch. Fun.

    —Sharon K on December 19, 2018
  • It’s been so long I can’t remember. I guess it was computerized quilting. I think it’s time to try Turnabout Patchwork. It looks like fun, and offers a plethora of design options.

    —Sharon on December 19, 2018
  • I haven’t done it yet, but I’m eager to try hand quilting.

    —Julie Kennedy on December 19, 2018
  • I salvaged a poorly constructed vintage Grandmother’s Flower Garden hexagon quilt by taking it apart after washing. I am learning how to hand stitch the pieces back together using the normal running stitch. Since the pieces were an odd size I did not want to bother making my own templates for English Paper Piecing. It is tedious at times but satisfying to see the pieces come together. This is a personal challenge but I prefer the types of techniques in this book….simple sewing with fun design surprises. Thanks for the chance to win.

    —Jeanne on December 19, 2018
  • I recently learned how to paper piece.

    —Lisa Garrett on December 19, 2018
  • I haven’t tried a new piecing technique in quite awhile. I have been busy learning new quilting techniques to finish projects. This book looks fun to make tops with lots of negative space for trying new quilting options. Thanks for making this book available.

    —Chris on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique I tried was paper bobbin work.

    —Shari K. on December 19, 2018
  • The last ‘new’ thing I tried was monster paper piecing – made it up into a quilt as I was requested to do (hadn’t planned on that, but he liked it!!)

    —judys on December 19, 2018
  • Continuous Prairie Points as part of a guild challenge

    —Dottie MACOMBER on December 19, 2018
  • Making multiple hst at a time. What a time saver. Looking forward to the book. It is on my to buy list

    —Virginia Smith on December 19, 2018
  • Haven’t tried anything new lately, but this book looks like the perfect way to change that!

    —Peg Cady Lown on December 19, 2018
  • I have been sewing patchwork for years, but there’s always something new to learn! "Every day is a school day!"

    —Teri N on December 19, 2018
  • I tried using colored pencils to color an area of a quilt as a guild challenge last spring.

    —Jane Larke on December 19, 2018
  • I tried the dissapearing nine patch – lots of fun, lots of possibilities

    —Robin M. on December 19, 2018
  • Free motion quilting — on a gift for my daughter.

    —stitching mom on December 19, 2018
  • The last technique I did for the first time was paper piecing, and I must say I do like it.

    —Rita on December 19, 2018
  • Recently tried paper piecing….challenging

    —Marlene Schurr on December 19, 2018
  • Joined a paper piecing group.

    —Jeanette S on December 19, 2018
  • My most recent new technique is wool applique. I hope it leads me to turned edge applique in the future. I love simple blocks – squares, HST, rectangles – but I find it hard to be creative with them. Turnabout sounds very interesting.

    —SandyMay on December 19, 2018
  • Fast method for making multiple half square triangles.

    —Regina Harris on December 19, 2018
  • I made tiny, pieced blocks to add to a border for a round robin quilt. The piecing wasn’t new, but the tiny size was! This looks like a fun book!

    —Kresti Lyddon on December 19, 2018
  • The last is hexagon log cabin, fun and easy with the ruler, turned out beautiful…red and white

    —Jenny on December 19, 2018
  • Not sure it’s a quilting technique, but I hand-sewed on small beads to a quilted wall hanging and really loved it! I will do this again!

    —Kathy E. on December 19, 2018
  • Fell in love with EPP this past summer, and hand quilted it too! Next project will be bigger than a wall hanging!

    —Cathy B. on December 19, 2018
  • Needle turn appliqué. This book looks great!

    —Cecilia on December 19, 2018
  • HI,love learning new quilting techniques and lately practicing Prairie Points for a quilt. They are so attractive! Have not used them on the binding before. Thanks for a neat giveaway!

    —LINDA Douglas on December 19, 2018
  • I think the last new quilting technique I tried for the first time was making 8 HSTs at a time.

    —Susan L. on December 19, 2018
  • Making a bow tie block–w/ paper–a quilt guild member demonstrated, patiently, how to make this block!

    —MS Barb on December 19, 2018
  • This technique looks very interesting. I am always liking to try new ways of doing things. I love quilting!!!

    —Linda Vetter on December 19, 2018
  • I made half square triangles from a strip tube.

    Sheila on December 19, 2018
  • I tried FMQ, needless to say I need a lot more practice.. 🙂

    —Margaret Handlin on December 19, 2018
  • Using two large squares to make 8 hqt.

    Joy P on December 19, 2018
  • Curved Piecing! Still trying to master it. I made Jen Kingwell’s Halo quilt. I like how it turned out, but there really are no "secrets" to doing curves.

    —Melissa Gerber on December 19, 2018
  • One block Wonder…..it’s a wip!

    —Jane on December 19, 2018
  • I used hst and dresden plate on the last 2 quilt tops. I do quilts for Kids in Distress and am making both quilt tops and just squares for Quilts of Valor.

    —Janet Taylor on December 19, 2018
  • I’ve been making letters with small pieces in paper piecing…it wears on a person’s patience.

    —Barb on December 19, 2018
  • I need all the help I can get! I love Theresadownunders new book. I’m looking forward to getting one. I love her videos too.

    —Marilyn Hardman on December 19, 2018
  • I tried to do quarter square triangles, at least 24 of them for a quilt.

    —beth d. on December 19, 2018
  • Paper piecing

    —Misty Smith on December 19, 2018
  • Strip piecing on foundation piecing.

    —Kathie L on December 19, 2018
  • I tried a pattern that called for sewing the strips together and then a tube and cutting vertically across the tube. interesting.

    —Ann Parazin on December 19, 2018
  • This would be great for my beginning quilting class. This would add so much to the creative element of a beginner and boost their confidence.

    —Ruth Billhimer on December 19, 2018
  • Making multiple hst, very small hsts.
    …worked great!

    —Marilyn on December 19, 2018
  • I tried paper piecing and making big mobs of flying geese at the same time.

    —Merrilee Verhoeven on December 19, 2018
  • A Faux flange binding- stitch on entirely by machine.

    —Melody Lutz on December 19, 2018
  • This year I took a class in thread painting and fell in love with it.

    —Susan on December 19, 2018
  • Cutting multiple pieces for a patchwork quilt! Best thing EVER!

    —Teri D. Gailey on December 19, 2018
  • Free Motion.. luckily on a gift for my sister. I will have to stick with people who love me for a while, but I hope to create beautiful work eventually!

    —Jane on December 19, 2018
  • I would love to win the book!

    —Mary Zoss on December 19, 2018
  • I would LOVE to win a copy of this book, it looks fabulous!!!

    —Tanya on December 19, 2018
  • machine sewn a binding from back to front with a flat felling foot that was perfectly straight stitching.

    —Shirley Symns on December 19, 2018
  • I realy like to win this book, I am watching all the video s,I am 70 years old and for me patchwork is not easy, but when I see the video’s, it looks easy.
    thank you teresa for all your youtube films❤❤❤

    —Tiny colemans on December 19, 2018
  • Free motion quilting definately harder than it looks

    —Annie on December 19, 2018
  • The last technique I’ve used for the first time is painting my own designs on fabric. What opportunities await!

    Susan Isaacson on December 19, 2018
  • I used Crayolas to color in the background of an embroidered block. It’s such a simple technique and really adds to the hand work.

    —Lerlene Nevaril on December 19, 2018
  • I am repairing an old worn quilt for a friend. It’s the first time I’ve taken this type of sewing on. I am thinking of using my domestic for the repairs rather than the longarm.

    —Cynthia Marrs on December 19, 2018
  • Paper Piecing

    —ANN FRANCO on December 19, 2018
  • Not sure about the last technique I tried, but I love to try out new block patterns. So fun! Thanks for the chance to win!!

    —Gina on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique I used was making 4 flying geese at one time.

    —Janice Mc Laren on December 19, 2018
  • The books patterns look nice and easy! Great!

    —Jean on December 19, 2018
  • I love her techniques,

    Tammy Farmer on December 19, 2018
  • I love the videos I have learn so much from you.thank you

    —Karen Pearson on December 19, 2018
  • Paper Piecing is my latest try at something new. This looks like fun!

    —Jane on December 19, 2018
  • Trying some wool applique, hope it turns out!

    —Wendy on December 19, 2018
  • I made some folded fabric coasters for the first time this Christmas as gifts for co-workers (+ a mug & some cocoa mix). Thanks.

    —JoyceLM on December 19, 2018
  • The last technique was snippet quilting – using snippets of fabric and quilting them down instead of piecing. Right now I am making folded corners that will wind up being dimensional. I haven’t used those before.

    Shasta Matova on December 19, 2018
  • I learned how to sew on Flange Binding.

    —Lana on December 19, 2018
  • My newly learned technique is machine stitched binding. I stitched the binding to the front of the quilt and then machine stitched it down. No hand work! Really fast.

    —Diana O on December 19, 2018
  • I learned applique at the November quilt retreat I attended! I made an adorable "Winter Cardinal" kit with help from my friends.

    —Betty David on December 19, 2018
  • Using Wing Clipper to make flying geese.

    —Millie Rondon on December 19, 2018
  • The last quilting technique I tried was one block wonder! I had such a hard time visualizing what the fabric would look like deconstructed. It taught me a new technique and taught me how to look at color palettes and designs differently!

    —Maggie on December 19, 2018
  • English paper piecing!

    —Erika W on December 19, 2018
  • Believe it or not, I tried hand piecing for the first time and actually enjoyed it! Who knew?!

    —Lena Truitt on December 19, 2018
  • The "Turn About" quilt book looks great. I think I need a copy.

    —Cathy Odle on December 19, 2018
  • I just did my first mystery quilt challenge. I’m still behind, but I’ll get there.

    —Elaine Chamberlain on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique that I used in quilting was mixing embroidery, embellishments, & quilted half triangles all together. I made a mini quilt that I am using as a wall hanging. My friend was so taken by it that she made one as a gift for her mother.

    —Susan L Clarkson on December 19, 2018
  • Drunkards path curved piecing

    —Stephanie on December 19, 2018
  • Sewing multiple half square triangles from two fabrics sewn together then cutting apart. Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Lynette on December 19, 2018
  • I am very new to quilting but following TeresaDownUnder mystery quilt….so last block was the fan block as I was terrified to try the paper piecing but did it on my 1st try!! Her tutorials are fabulous and I would LOVE to win her book!!

    Pattie Love on December 19, 2018
  • Awesome idea for a book! Looks very interesting! I guess you can call it a technique — I took a workshop to learn Collage Quilts. Another interesting technique & the patters by Laura Heine are adorable! I have my workshop collage started & my next collage pattern purchased! More UFOs!
    Merry Christmas!

    —Jan Behm on December 19, 2018
  • I just tried paper piecing and really enjoyed it. I look forward to doing more.

    —Terri Hauge on December 19, 2018
  • Would LOVE to win a copy for me. Have ordered two copies for gifts. Follow Theresa Down Under and love her patterns.
    Make my Christmas please 🎄🎄😄

    —Christie on December 19, 2018
  • I have recently learned two new techniques: i) Making a number of eight half-square triangles in one go and arranging them in so many different way .- a great technique for making quick but fun charity quilts; and ii) reverse appliqué, which I am loving – slow, but relaxing.

    —Vanessa Cato on December 19, 2018
  • Teresa has great ideas…love her videos.

    —Norma on December 19, 2018
  • Curved line quilting with a walking foot and templates cut from paper.

    —Dot on December 19, 2018
  • Pinwheels. Many of my points did not match as well as I wanted. Have since watched video on how to get the middle of the points to be less bulky. Thank you There’s for your posts.

    —Sara Ray on December 19, 2018
  • I used a corner folder ruler to make snowball corners. I have to cut each one, but they sure turned out nice.

    —Nancy on December 19, 2018
  • I am currently trying some needle turn applique.

    —Bonnie on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique I tried was hand-piecing.

    —Judith Martinez on December 19, 2018
  • recently took a class on One Block Wonder and loved it. already have cut out another one waiting to be done after a lot of other things need to be finished.

    —Roz Agulnik on December 19, 2018
  • QAYG with sashing. Love it. Queen size for my daughter.

    —Merlyn Corner on December 19, 2018
  • paper piecing

    —Sharon Aurora on December 19, 2018
  • The last technique I tried was a variation of paper piecing with freezer paper

    —Marie Atkinson on December 19, 2018
  • Olá , obrigada por esta oportunidade!
    Estou a quiltar uma colcha para bebé que fiz desconstruindo o catavento.

    Translation: Hi, thank you for this opportunity!
    I am quilting a quilt for baby that I did by deconstructing a weathervane.

    Cristina Cunha on December 19, 2018
  • Flying Geese with Marti Michel’s cuting ruler.

    —Maribeth Morgan on December 19, 2018
  • The newest pattern I have tried is a 4 patch posie, I thought enjoyed playing with the squares and I found it fairly quick to do.

    —Sharon Menchin on December 19, 2018
  • I tried the wax paper technique and it was so cool and simple to do. The blocks turned out great.

    —Patricia Harnack on December 19, 2018
  • Using Steam-a-seam type fusible for turned edge applique.

    —Barbara Bennett on December 19, 2018
  • I am trying quilting with rulers! I would love this book!

    —Pat D. on December 19, 2018
  • I made two disappearing 9 patch as Christmas presents. I learned the technique from Theresadowmunder on Facebook. I love how each time you turn the pieces you see something different.

    —Nancy Myers on December 19, 2018
  • Raw edge applique and HST. Hoping to explore more in 2019!

    —Marilu H on December 19, 2018
  • I did a mosaic quilt for my sister

    —Joanne L Wilson on December 19, 2018
  • I am ready to start an English Paper Piecing quilt.

    —Marsha on December 19, 2018
  • The latest technique I have been working on is my free motion quilting.

    —Judy on December 19, 2018
  • The last quilting technique I learned is machine applied binding. I am finishing up a baby quilt this weekend. These blocks look very intriguing and I would love to win the book.

    —Sherry Jurykovsky on December 19, 2018
  • The last new technique I used was making my own bias binding. I’ve always bought bias so making my own was a revelation! Such a simple thing to do too…I don’t know why I’d never made any before but I will be making my own from now on!

    —Michelle Cook on December 19, 2018
  • Some 1.5 in blocks, very hard to do.

    —Christi on December 20, 2018
  • Maple Leaf from Teresa Downunders Mystery Quilt. Enjoyed making it from bold brides maid dress material and was verp precious for my daughter whom I’m making the quilt for.

    —Pam Holden on December 20, 2018
  • The latest technique I have tried is adding binding by machine.

    —Elizajane C on December 20, 2018
  • I tried some new ways to make flying geese !

    —lee on December 20, 2018
  • The last new quilting technique I tried is . . . quilting itself – I’m a baby quilter!

    —Erika B. on December 20, 2018
  • The last new technique I tried was gluing down my binding for a wall hanging. So much faster! Love learning new ways to make beautiful pieces. So much fabric, so little time…

    —Linda B on December 20, 2018
  • I took a Stack & Whack recently and loved my finished blocks. Everyone I should my finished table runner to was amazed at how unique each block was.

    —Bobbie Mentzel on December 20, 2018
  • I last tried for the first time was paper piecing not a fan.

    —Debbie Chenoweth on December 20, 2018
  • I so enjoy seeing what comes about with just a slice and twist. I personnaly lack the vision but with this book even I can come up with some pretty interesting designs. Thanks for showing the way.

    —Mo on December 20, 2018
  • I did my first quiltalong (moda bakeshop I) and made my first crumb block as leaders and enders. I have been following your videos through facebook and I learn something new every time. Ingenius.

    —Thea on December 20, 2018
  • I would love to have a copy of this book.

    —Cathy Beverage on December 20, 2018
  • The last really new thing I tried was LeMoyne stars using a specialty ruler. They turned out great.

    —Stephanie Woodward on December 20, 2018
  • I made a paper piecing block. It turned out great!

    —Cindy on December 20, 2018
  • I’m working on square in a square! It is not going well… I’m also trying to teach my granddaughters to sew. I love the patterns shown.

    —Diane Spencer on December 20, 2018
  • Haven’t tried a new technique lately, but the latest would have been using Deb Tucker rulers for flying geese. Book looks very intriguing

    —Elaine Mast on December 20, 2018
  • Crumb quilting is the last new technique I’ve tried. Used scraps from a quilt project to make matching throw pillows.

    —Kathy O on December 20, 2018
  • Right now I am trying to teach myself how t
    o paper piece…..

    —Barb Sanders on December 20, 2018
  • Applique was the last I’m not sure if I like it or not

    —Denise Pierce on December 20, 2018
  • I can’t remember! I think this book looks like sew much fun! I see a stash-buster in my future!

    —Karen on December 20, 2018
  • The last technique I tried was using half square triangles turned to create the illusion of a center pole with another fabric wrapping around it. I found a free online video and followed it to create a cute table runner. This book would be perfect for my stash of different charm packs that I’m holding on to. Thanks for the chance.

    —Annette J. on December 20, 2018
  • I tried paper piecing again after a disaster first try. This time was a success, but I doubt I’ll be doing much more. I love the idea of this book.

    —Dana Gaffney on December 20, 2018
  • I’m learning free-motion quilting.

    —Nell on December 20, 2018
  • I am in the process of learning to quilt with rulers on my domestic machine.

    —Nancy on December 20, 2018
  • I’m fairly new to patchwork, and this method makes it look quick and easy. If I won this great book, I could crank it up a notch or two.

    —Catherine Giesige on December 20, 2018
  • Only quilting for a year. The most fun I had was doing a disappearing 9 block. Same technique but oh so much fun. I would love to try some of these blocks. I think they’re great for a beginner.

    —Lorraine Hegedus on December 20, 2018
  • Paper piecing – hexi’s! As a machine piecer I thought what would o do whennmy machine is in servicing? Handwork!

    —Marty on December 20, 2018
  • Applique and I love it!

    —Patricia Andrson on December 20, 2018
  • Brodery Persee is the last technique I have learned

    A. Bouwman on December 21, 2018
  • I love all the blocks would love to win the book Thanks for a great give a way great for a using some of my stash

    —Sharon Ingalls on December 21, 2018
  • Looks like a great book. Thanks

    —sabra hicks on December 21, 2018
  • Looks like a really fun book. I am experimenting with different ways to make flying geese blocks.

    —Eileen on December 21, 2018
  • I have recently tried curved piecing. This book looks like it opens up so many creative possibilities.

    —Karen McMahon on December 21, 2018
  • This is so basic, but I just tried machine quilting with different colored thread in the bobbin and up top. Scary! (wink) But I’d never done it, have some issues with tension, and had avoided this due to fear of getting those "dots" of color from below. Decided to take the plunge on a kennel quilt and lived to tell the tale.

    —Beth T. on December 21, 2018
  • Mitered Corners

    —Renae on December 21, 2018
  • I am always trying new things, they don’t always work out. Right now I am fascinated with crumb quilting. What a huge variety of blocks. I can keep my smallest scraps now.

    —Christine S on December 21, 2018
  • Oh, I have to have this book. What great ideas. Simple but so fancy.

    —marie Beers on December 21, 2018
  • I’ve been playing with free motion quilting! Practice, Practice, Practice! But it’s all fun.
    This looks like a fun book with different techniques. Would love to try them!

    —karen on December 21, 2018
  • De laatste snelle techniek die ik gedaan heb is een french braid quilt met halve hexagonen. Snel en geen kanten die je moet afsnijden.
    Met wat ik op de video zie trekt dit boek mij zeer aan!

    Translation: The last quick technique I have done is a french braid quilt with half hexagons. Fast and no sides that you have to cut off.
    With what I see on the video, this book appeals to me!

    —Gonny Defilet on December 21, 2018
  • I tried sewing the binding to the back on a baby quilt and then machine sewing the binding to the front. Arthritis in hands is limiting my hand sewing, so … Practice will make perfect.

    —B. J. Berlo on December 21, 2018
  • Spinning seams.

    —Sharon Browne on December 21, 2018
  • I tried a pin/needle technique to match pinwheels & HST’s.

    —Rosalind Gutierrez on December 21, 2018
  • i have been trying lots of quilt as you go methods…a block at a time…a section at a time…a row at a time.

    —sheryl harrison on December 21, 2018
  • I’m trying a technique to make 4 flying geese at once.

    —Linda Haan on December 21, 2018
  • I can’t remember the last time that I tried a new technique. This will be a good New year’s resolution!

    —Barbaraben on December 21, 2018
  • I don’t remember. I like doing HST and want to learn to do half square rectangles.

    —nancy seitz on December 21, 2018
  • Still struggle with paperpiecing. Sigh.

    —Ginna on December 21, 2018
  • Just tried multi color piping on a black and white quilt. These new techniques look like fun. Thanks for the chance.

    —Jan on December 21, 2018
  • I’m currently working on a new technique for 3 triangles in a square using specialty rulers.

    —Linda W on December 21, 2018
  • I tried applique with freezer paper.

    —Mary on December 21, 2018
  • I have just finished a Disappearing Fourpatch table runner. Also did a Disappearing Ninepatch.

    —Sylvia L on December 21, 2018
  • I have tried and finishing a rag quilt.

    —Vicki Allen on December 21, 2018
  • I guess the last technique that I tried for the 1st time would be raw edge appliqué.

    —Nancy A on December 21, 2018
  • I tried hand applique…found it tiring on my arthritic hands; but easier to do that I had thought.

    —Nancy on December 21, 2018
  • I made a Mystery Quilt which was gre as t fun because you dont know what the finished quilt will look like.

    —Barbara Reifsnider on December 21, 2018
  • I am not a fan of appliqué. So I decided to try machine appliqué. I am much happier now 🙂

    —Jodie on December 21, 2018
  • English paper piecing and foundation piecing

    —Bee on December 21, 2018
  • I last tried Disappearing 9 Patch and Disappearing Pinwheels – I was impressed by the results.

    —Lillian K on December 21, 2018
  • I am learning to quilt on a treadle sewing machine – challenging but fun.

    —Kathleen T on December 21, 2018
  • paper piecing

    —Teresa Knittingdancer on December 21, 2018
  • Hand-quilting was the last I tried. It definitely has its challenges but is oddly satisfying, too.

    —Sandy Borglum on December 21, 2018
  • I’m working on a Lone Star quilt I saw online but couldn’t find a pattern for the whole quilt, so I’m learning how to put a design together and figure out how much fabric I’ll need. Challenging but fun!

    —Kathryn Smotryski on December 21, 2018
  • String blocks!

    —Kathleen on December 21, 2018
  • The last new thing I tried was a disappearing pinwheel block.

    —Teri c on December 21, 2018
  • Been quilting for 45 years, so new techniques are welcome! Need something like this book to bump me into the "new".

    —Carol Koehn on December 21, 2018
  • I took precut strips sewn together in the tube then cut the blocks.

    —Jeanne Pope on December 21, 2018
  • Free motion feathers

    —Carolyn Hightower on December 21, 2018
  • I’ve tried some free motion quilting but need more practice !

    —Pam Pickle on December 21, 2018
  • Hi there,
    I did the Hourglass(quarter square triangle) recently and they turned out great!
    I’m a longtime follower of Teresa’s blog and am excited to see her new book.
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs

    —Jacqueline V on December 21, 2018
  • The last thing technique I tried was EPP.

    —Jo Barr on December 21, 2018
  • I tried applique for a large pillow.

    —B. A. Fellers on December 21, 2018
  • I am English paper piecing one of those Millefiori quilts. Beautiful but I think I bit off more than a can chew! Thanks!

    —Lisa Timmer on December 21, 2018
  • The last quilting technique I tried and like very much was making quilted squares and connecting the with crochet. Makes a beautiful table runner and coasters. Thanks for the giveaway.

    —Virginia Bronner on December 21, 2018
  • Really neat! I’m ready to learn to make new things.

    —jean on December 21, 2018
  • I recently did some freezerpaper paper piecing, it’s fan!

    —Susan MacLeod on December 21, 2018
  • The technique where you place two fabrics right sides together and stitch around all four sides… now that was a magic act for sure.

    This book looks like a fun one to try on a pile of charity quilts.
    Kay

    —kay on December 21, 2018
  • Making bias binding for round edges.

    —Kris B on December 21, 2018
  • I’m always intrigued by new techniques and I recently made some flying geese blocks using 2 squares and 1 rectangle, sewing one seam and you get a 3-D type unit!

    —YvonneJ on December 21, 2018
  • Hunters star. I haven’t finished it yet!

    —Karen Bryant on December 21, 2018
  • I made a dresden plate quilt with plates of different sizes for my last "try something new" effort.

    —Laura M on December 21, 2018
  • Looks like a new technique to try in the new year😊!

    —Caroline Lincoln on December 21, 2018
  • I have been having fun using Teresa’s method of four patch and nine patch. I watch all her You Tubes and try out many of the ideas. Have a quilt started using the nine patch. It is on my bucket list for the new year. Love to have her book some day.

    —Linda Christianson on December 21, 2018
  • I took an applique class that showed me three different ways to do hand-stitched applique.

    —Sharon V. on December 21, 2018
  • Hand quilting! Just a few days ago. Now I’m searching for the perfect thimble so I will continue practicing 🙂

    —Gail K on December 21, 2018
  • I was doing a squiggle diagonally across a square on my last quilt.

    —Mary on December 21, 2018
  • I always hand sew my bindings so my newest technique was to sew it on, flip to the front and use a decorative stitch to finish it off.

    —Susan T on December 21, 2018
  • A hand embroidery project

    —Rosalie on December 21, 2018
  • The last technique I tried for the first time was Free Motion Quilting. I enjoyed it and will be doing it again.

    —Wilma Kinder on December 21, 2018
  • I tried stack and wack for the first time recently

    —Allison c on December 21, 2018
  • I have just started learning to do some quilting on the borders with my domestic machine.

    —madeline wallace on December 21, 2018
  • I am working on a quilt as you go technique.

    —Sarah on December 21, 2018
  • Sewing quilt binding completely by machine was my latest technique to try. It was a success and is much sturdier and quicker than hand-sewn binding, so it’s a keeper!

    —JLouise on December 21, 2018
  • After 14 years I finally had a go at applique believe it or not. It wasnt that hard after all

    —Karen Jones on December 21, 2018
  • I have made my first quilt and it was a baby quilt.
    I made it simple and used 2 1/2 strips of 5 different colors.
    I was very pleased with how it turned out.

    Teri Thompson on December 21, 2018
  • Free-motion quilting has been my latest challenge.

    —Ellee on December 21, 2018
  • I just completed a Christmas applique wall hanging .. I love it. The book looks great!

    —Mary on December 21, 2018
  • FMQ on a very big table topper.

    —anna on December 21, 2018
  • paper piecing

    —Kathy Luehrs on December 21, 2018
  • The last project I finished was made entirely with half square triangles. I loved making them.

    —Carol Bakaj on December 21, 2018
  • I have tried paper piecing. I am really liking it. Thanks for the giveaway.

    —Renea Yarolim on December 21, 2018
  • I made my first disappearing 9 patch this fall.

    —Lynne Marsh on December 21, 2018
  • Haven’t tried any new techniques but want to learn applique both machine and hand and with retirement just around the corner, my time will be available for quilting

    —LizAnn Lizotte on December 21, 2018
  • Working with rulers was the latest technique

    —Rommy Van Houten on December 21, 2018
  • Needle turn applique

    —Lorrie Potts on December 21, 2018
  • I tried fabric folding for fabric stars. What a neat project!

    —Renata on December 21, 2018
  • Paper piecing with very small pieces!

    —Lynn Hassebroek on December 21, 2018
  • Putting a queen size quilt through a Bernina without a table top – but I got the quilting done.

    —Karen on December 21, 2018
  • The last new technique I tried was making several hat at a time. Enjoy your holidays! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

    —Angela J Short on December 21, 2018
  • Last quilting technique…forgot the name, but it involves layering two fabric squares, putting a printed fabric on top, sewing on lines on the fabric to create triangles, and sewing the triangles into a block.

    The book in the article looks intriguing!

    —Celine K. on December 21, 2018
  • My latest new technique has been designing my own hexie quilt with no pattern, and it’s been fun!

    This book looks like something that I can really use to use up my charm packs (I have a LOT!) Thanks for the generous giveaway!

    —Diane Wiscott on December 21, 2018
  • I guess the stitch and flip method for corner triangles is the newest quilting trick I’ve tried. And, after searching a little bit on the internet, I learned how important it is to sew a little ways away from your line. Thank you for this opportunity to win!

    —Linda Cejnar on December 21, 2018
  • free motion quilting

    —Ola Norman on December 21, 2018
  • Can’t say that I’ve tried anything new recently. Haven’t had any sewing time of late.

    —Cindy on December 21, 2018
  • Doing a quilt along making 4 1/2″ squares with a bazillion pieces – the smallest being a 1″ square. Never in my life have I ever done this 😀

    —Becky Schultz on December 21, 2018
  • I haven’t tried quiting yet.

    —MelodyJ on December 22, 2018
  • I want to try a bias binding on my next quilt.

    —Vin M on December 22, 2018
  • A few months ago I had my first longarm quilting class. I’m hooked!!

    —Michelle Taylor on December 22, 2018
  • I’ve played with templates this year. Sometimes worked well, sometimes not. I pieced a Mariners Compass using a template set, then decided to draft my own to make a paper pieced one. Paper pieced turned out much better.

    —Marcia on December 22, 2018
  • I just did a quilt with a lot of appliqué. thanks for the chance to win. This looks like a great book!

    —Tina Jeo on December 22, 2018
  • curved hexagons …quite a challenge…this sounds like it would be fun to try.

    —Kathy D. on December 22, 2018
  • It was a "new to me" binding technique that I don’t know the name of, but is great! Thanks Linda for teaching me!

    —Jeanmarie K on December 22, 2018
  • I am trying to master paper peicing at the moment, but i like trying everything. SuzNne

    —Suzanne Burke on December 22, 2018
  • My most recent new technique was turned edge applique.

    —Judy Palmer on December 22, 2018
  • Foundation quilting. I am beginning to actually like it.

    Carol DeLater on December 23, 2018
  • Creating half square triangles in multiples and using various techniques.

    —Pearl Dennis on December 23, 2018
  • What a fantastic idea. This looks likes fun.

    —Renee Grandinetti on December 23, 2018
  • Looks great! It’s been awhile since I’ve tried anything g new. I think the
    the last new technique was dimensional HST. They turned out great!

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

    —usairdoll on December 23, 2018
  • I am learning to FMQ. Just started to pick up some speed. Hope to be able to quilt more accurately and more quickly soon.

    —Linda Towers on December 23, 2018
  • The last new technique I tried was Victoria Findlay Wolfe’s 30 minutes of play. My quilting group made several charity quilts using this technique. It was fun, but we still have lots of scraps!

    C Davis on December 23, 2018
  • Since I haven’t done a ton of quilting (or sewing) my stash is small but I recently learned how to stitch together batting scraps for smaller projects. I was amazed…and the project (a throw pillow) turned out great!

    —Tamara on December 23, 2018
  • Been a while since I tried anything new, but this book has certainly sparked my creative interest once again! Thank you for this opportunity to win. The quilts she made are such a brilliant idea.

    —Mary Chasey on December 24, 2018
  • I am entirely new to the craft so any quilting technique would be new and unique to me.

    —Philip Lawrence on December 25, 2018
  • Satin stitching.

    —Leela on December 25, 2018
  • I tried paper piecing for the first time. It’s coming along pretty well.

    —Betty Curran on December 25, 2018
  • I’ve learned how to make 8 HST from 2 large squares.

    —Sally Woodley on December 31, 2018

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