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Today's Quilter 50

Today's Quilter provides a fresh take on traditional quilting with 100 glorious pages of projects, features, techiniques and news for intermediate to expert quilters. The quilt projects are exquisitely photographed, while technical features improve skills. There's quilting news, events to visit, designer profiles and quilt heritage, plus chat and fun from the quilting community.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome!

It seems like only yesterday that the first issue of Today’s Quilter hit the shops and found its way into the hearts of the quilting community, and yet here we are putting our 50th issue to press! To celebrate this milestone birthday, we’ve got a really special line up of projects and features for you this month, as well as a bunch of exclusive giveaways to kick-start your summer of quilting. Jo Avery is back with a vivacious cover quilt and a beautiful tile arrangement that will transport you to Mediterranean shores – without having to leave your sewing room. Meanwhile, Anna Marie Galvin is emulating cooler climes with her Serene Mountains project, Jessie Fincham has a pretty Starburst quilt for you to sew, and Victoria Carrington shares the next…

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in this issue we’re delighted to feature…

Anna Marie Galvin CALMING STITCHES Cool blue hues and pops of print make Anna Marie’s mountain-inspired design a soothing – and satisfying – weekend sew. See page 65. Jessie Fincham SCRAP-FRIENDLY Dig out all of those precious off-cuts you’ve been saving! Jessie’s Half-square triangle quilt on page 78 is designed to let your stash fabrics shine. Laura Pritchard TEA TIME TREAT Turn to page 43 to find out how to use your new appliqué templates set to make a beautiful tea cosy, featuring sweet teapot and teacup motifs.…

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today's quilter

Meet the team Covering Editor Nikki Morgan Art Editor Rachel Bullen Deputy Editor Laura Pritchard Production Editor Jessie Doughty Features Editor Jane Rae Digital Editor Zoe Williams Technical Consultant Lin Clements Contributors Jo Avery • Victoria Carrington • Jo Colwill • Jessie Fincham • Carolyn Forster • Jenny May Forsyth • Anna Marie Galvin • Pam & Nicky Lintott • Anne Williams Photography Immediate Media Photo Studio unless otherwise stated. Location photographers Dave Caudery Write to us Today’s Quilter, Immediate Media, Tower House, Fairfax Street, Bristol, BS1 3BN ADVERTISING Call: 0117 300 8206 Senior Advertising Manager Penny Stokes Client Partnership Manager Beckie Pring Senior Sales Executive Tiffany Jackson MARKETING AND CIRCULATION Newstrade Marketing Manager Janine Smith Export Marketing Manager Rebecca Richer Direct Marketing Executive Joe Jones PRODUCTION Production Coordinator Lizzie Ayre Production Manager Rose Griffiths/Louisa Molter Production Director Sarah Powell LICENSING Director of International Licensing & Syndication Tim Hudson PUBLISHING Publishing Director (Craft) Liz Taylor liz.taylor@immediate.co.uk Chief Executive Officer Tom Bureau Group…

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inspired by… summer jewels

THE DESIGNER GWENFAI REES GRIFFITHS Award-winning Welsh quilter, Gwenfai Rees Griffiths uses hand-quilting to elevate her quilts to extraordinary levels. Her signature is densely quilted flourishes and feathers, achieved with the traditional rocking method. Harlequin, above, is a contemporary spin on the Monkey Wrench quilt. We love its rich jewel tones and the striking piecing, which has been enhanced by Gwenfai’s beautiful custom quilting. Check out The 90s Collection at The Quilters’ Guild to see Gwenfai’s contribution, Circles in Time www.quiltmuseum.org.uk THE SHOP MAISON MARGOT Founded by mother-daughter duo, Fiona and Olivia, Maison Margot is a design-led brand with the aim of bringing the “bold, bright and beautiful back into the home”. The online homewares shop includes eclectic interior fabrics, statement bed linens, and “oooh-la-la” lighting. We can’t take our eyes off the Zambezi bed set,…

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fresh picks

A LISTENING PROJECT Meet our Great British Quilters It’s been a busy year for Sarah Ashford as she launches a new series of podcasts where she meets some of our favourite British quilters. Sarah’s first guest is Jo Avery – teacher and designer, author, owner of My Bearpaw in Edinburgh, and maker of this issue’s cover quilt. Renowned for her bubbly personality, “can do” approach to life and distinctive design style, we can’t wait to hear Sarah and Jo in conversation. Later this month, Sarah’s catching up with Kerry Green of “veryberrykerry” fame and discovering more about her love of sewing and quilting. We can’t think of a better series to tune-into while you catch up with some summer stitching. The Great British Quilter podcast series is sponsored by Aurifil and Bernina and…

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diary dates

QUILTING Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in America Exhibition Until 3rd November, Bath Kaffe Fassett’s new collection is inspired by the museum’s collection of antique American quilts. See the website for details. 10:00-17:00 Tues-Sun / £14.50 American Museum & Gardens, Claverton Manor, Bath BA2 7BD www.americanmuseum.org London Quilters Exhibition Until 28th June, London Quilts made by London Quilters members, quilt to raffle for charity, plus small items to sell on behalf of local charities. Swiss Cottage Library, 88 Avenue Road, London NW3 3HA www.londonquilters.org.uk River of Dreams Quilt Exhibition 14th–21st June, Limerick An annual exhibition of quilts from all over Ireland. 10:00-17:00 Limerick School of Art and Design, Clare Street, Limerick riverofdreamsquilt@gmail.com Gresford’s 39th Annual Exhibition 18th–21st June, Wrexham Visit the Craft Group in the Parish Church (LL12 8RG) and Wrexham Quilting Circle in the Memorial Hall (LL12 8PS) in Gresford. Special exhibitors include Dilys Fronks, Terence…

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