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Love Patchwork & Quilting

Love Patchwork & Quilting 75

Love Patchwork & Quilting is the brand new magazine from the makers of Mollie Makes and Simply Crochet. Every issue features fresh, modern, step-by-step projects for quilts, cushions, home style and gifts, with something for every skill level. In addition there are fascinating features and interviews, the latest fabric and trends, plus news, reviews and ideas to inform and inspire you. Essential reading for every modern quilter! ****Note: This digital edition is not printable and does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies***

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1 min.
summer sewing

The British summer, so far at least, has been nothing short of underwhelming – but we're still feeling optimistic and this month the mag embraces an unapologetically bold tropical trend. Nailing this could-be kitsch look is an exercise in confidence, so if you struggle to dip into your stash and make a fabric pull for your projects, this is a chance to really push yourself! The key to a tropical vibe is to think outside the box: clashing colours and print mixing. Anything goes, as long as it's bright! Be daring with energising greens and splashes of flamingo pink, tear up the rule book and choose sunny, feel good shades that make you smile. Whatever the weather, pick a project from this issue to bring the sunshine to your sewing…

1 min.
love patchwork & quilting

Meet the team Editor Alice Hadley Art Editor Kit Cheung Production Editor Lorna Slessor Senior Technical Editor Sarah Griffiths Digital Editor Zoe Williams Contributors Allison Richter • Alyce Blyth • Art Gallery Fabrics Brittany Lloyd • Carolyn Bunt • Daisy Aschehoug Gracey Larson • Jaine Bevan • Jo Westfoot Kate Basti • Laura Preston • Lysa Flower • Nydia Kehlne Sarah Griffiths • Stefanie Satterwhite • Susi Bellingham ADVERTISING Senior Advertising Manager Penny Stokes Client Partnership Manager Beckie Pring Senior Sales Executive Tiffany Jackson Ad Coordinator Emily Thorne Ad Designer Libby Parfitt MARKETING AND CIRCULATION Direct Marketing Manager Penny Clapp Newstrade Marketing Manager Janine Smith PRODUCTION Production Controller Lizzie Ayre Production Manager Emma McGuinness / Sian Rodgers Production Director Sarah Powell LICENSING Director of International Licensing & Syndication Tim Hudson PUBLISHING Publishing Director Liz Taylor liz.taylor@immediate.co.uk Group Senior Editor Julie Taylor Managing Director (Craft) Kerry Lawrence Managing Director (Bristol) Andy Marshall Chief Executive Officer Tom Bureau Printed and bound…

6 min.
out there

Bold blooms Many things are better when they're bigger – slices of cake, sewing spaces, fabric stashes, need we continue? Nicole Daksiewicz only confirms this with her latest mega-block quilt design, Flower Shop. Combining upscaled Half-square Triangles with Drunkard's Path units, these jumbo blocks will combine to create a quilt that pieces together right before your eyes! Choose from mini, baby, throw, twin or queen size to bring a healthy helping of modern florals into your home this summer. Grab your PDF pattern from Nicole's shop at modernhandcraft.com BEACH SUNSET The only thing better than admiring a summer sun dip below the horizon is being able to bring that timeless scene into your home. Alexa of Maple Winds Quilts allows you to do just that with her latest pattern, Beach Sunset – a…

3 min.
peach and pomegranate

YOU WILL NEED Pink fabric: ½yd White fabric: 2yds Orange fabric: 3½yds Binding fabric: ½yd Batting: 64in x 78in Backing fabric: 4½yds One (1) copy each of Templates A, B, C and D FINISHED SIZE 56in x 70in NOTES Seam allowances are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted. Press seams to one side, unless otherwise instructed. Press fabrics well before cutting. Templates include seam allowances, where necessary. For templates, see p88. WOF = width of fabric. RST = right sides together. Daisy used the Double Drunkard’s Path templates from Papper, Sax, Sten (pappersaxsten.com) FABRICS USED Solid fabrics are all Cirrus Solids from Cloud9 Fabrics in Bubblegum, Limestone and Salmon. CUTTING OUT 1 From the pink fabric cut: Four (4) 4in x WOF strips. Subcut forty (40) Template A pieces. AVOID EXCESSIVE FABRIC WASTE – REFER TO FIG 1…

6 min.
feeling fruity

YOU WILL NEED Background fabric: 3yds Five (5) shades of yellow fabric: ¼yd each Five (5) shades of pink fabric: ›/ 8 yd each Dark green fabric: ¼yd Mid green fabric: ½yd Light green fabric: ½yd Backing fabric: 4yds Binding: ½yd Batting: 60in x 70in FINISHED SIZE 54in x 64in NOTES Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted. Press seams open, unless otherwise instructed. WOF = width of fabric. RST = right sides together. CST = Corner-square Triangle. HST = Half-square Triangle. Quilted by Annie Seaboch (search for Annie Leigh’s Sew Happy on Facebook for more details). FABRICS USED Background fabric is a Bella Solid by Moda in Bleached White. Coloured fabrics are all Kona Cotton Solids by Robert Kaufman: Sunflower, Daffodil, Banana, Buttercup, Butter, Bubble Gum, Carnation, Primrose, Peony, Ballet Slipper, Peridot,…

3 min.
the new classic

When it comes to quilting, there are seemingly two distinct styles: modern and traditional. Picture your favourite sports team and their biggest rival. You’re at a match, side picked, catchy chants memorised and team colours donned – there's no mistake about where your loyalties lie! I felt like I had to choose a team before I leapt into the quilting ring - I was either going to do traditional patchwork or more abstract ideas During my first steps into the craft, this is how I viewed traditional versus modern quilting. It felt like I had to choose a team before I leapt into the quilting ring – either I was going to do classic, traditional patchwork or I was going to create more abstract ideas with bold and bright fabrics… no in…