Start with a simple block. Slice, turn, and sew slices back together. Then watch the magic happen! It's hard to believe such complex-looking quilts can come from such easy-to-sew blocks, but 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!
Each chapter focuses on a single block; just follow along to sew, slice, turn, and sew again. Find several design options for each block, along with a total of 23 quilt patterns, so you can make lap quilts, runners, and more with the turnabout blocks you create.
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Teresa Mairal Barreu
Teresa Mairal Barreu is best known in the quilting world as TeresaDownUnder. She was born in Huesca, a provincial capital of the Aragon region of Spain, and graduated from university with a degree in French philology and a post-graduate degree in computer studies. For the past 15 years, she's combined a day job with building an online outlet dedicated to sharing her love of quilting and making quilting accessible to everyone. She shares her inspiration and techniques at MyPatchwork.wordpress.com and on her YouTube channel, Teresa Down Under.Visit Teresa's website
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