Love the fabric but not sure how to use it? Create one-of-a-kind quilts! Acclaimed teacher Sandy Turner shares her secrets for putting novelty, theme, and pictorial prints to use in spectacular fashion.
- Choose from seven eye-catching projects and browse a gorgeous gallery for additional ideas
- Discover what to look for in large-scale prints, how to use color to enhance the theme fabric, and how to combine different pictorial prints
- Learn to choose quilt-block patterns--such as Birds in the Air, Around the Twist, and Rail Fence--and create them in a size that spotlights your special fabric
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Sandy's love of fabric and quiltmaking began in 1984 at Elaine's Quilt Shop in Anaheim, California. She became a Certified Teacher through the National Quilting Association, and has been traveling the roads and highways of California, teaching for quilt guilds and quilt shops, since 2003. In 2005, Sandy was selected as NQA's Certified Teacher of the Year.
In 1991, Sandy cofounded the Santa Maria Valley Quilt Guild. She spent eight years teaching "this is thread and this is a needle" basic quilting classes at Hancock College in Santa Maria, California, with a class enrollment of over 90 students per week. She was selected Artist in Residence for the Empty Spools Seminars held at Asilomar, California, in 2000, and has taught at Empty Spools Seminars and the National Quilting Association in Columbus, Ohio.
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