category_outlined / Artesanato
Love Patchwork & QuiltingLove Patchwork & Quilting

Love Patchwork & Quilting 66

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***

United Kingdom
Immediate Media Company London Limited
Ler Maiskeyboard_arrow_down
13 Edições


access_time1 minutos
early bird

Hello, and welcome to an unashamedly festive edition of your fave quilting magazine! I'm thrilled to be joining the team as Acting Editor for a few months while the lovely Alice is on maternity leave, and can't wait to share some of the amazing quilts that we have coming up with you. As a life-long crafter, I love Christmas and the abundance of opportunities it brings to lavish our friends, family and houses with homespun goodness. I'm also a big fan of getting a head start, which is why this issue is packed with seasonal stitching to keep you (and your sewing machines) buzzing all winter long, from cosy cabin quilts and Scandi patchwork to improv décor and stylish gifts. Enjoy! Join us online... we love to share!…

access_time1 minutos
meet our contributors!

Gracey LarsonMaster of cute, Gracey, creates sweet and complex blocks using traditional piecing. Try her Gingerbread House quilt on page 30! Krystina HopkinsKrystina designs simple quilts that are fresh yet classic, with limited palettes or minimal quilting. She labels her work as modern and functional Mariana DiazGraphic designer Mariana's love of colour, craft and photography inspires her to create fun and beginner-friendly quilt patterns ■…

access_time2 minutos
perfect pineapples

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE TEMPLATES! UNDERSTANDING YOUR TEMPLATESEach set of templates is comprised of a triangle and trapezoid. The smaller set will create a 4in finished square, and the larger set will create an 8in finished square. Each block consists of four rounds, with an inner and outer set of triangles around a central square (Fig 1). CUTTING OUT1 Choose one set of templates for either the large or small block, and cut strips of fabric to the required width. You will need 1in wide strips for the small block and 1½in wide strips for the large block.2 Use the trapezoid template to cut the strips. To cut pieces for rounds 1 and 2, align the top edge of the trapezoid with one long edge of the strip.…

access_time4 minutos
out there

Eternal sunshine Winter may be coming, but the sun is always shining in the world of quilts! The Suncake Quilt by Stefanie Satterwhite is brightening up our month, bringing gloriously sharp lines and dynamic HSTs in a design that lends itself to any colour palette. Stefanie's quilt usies radial symmetry to create a complex shape that's recommended for confident beginners and beyond – with five size choices to alter the difficulty, too. Buy your PDF pattern from satterwhitequilts.com, and make sure your stash is stocked with bright solids so you can get sewing ASAP! WATCH & LEARNDid you know that Robert Kaufman has an abundance of brilliant free patterns on its website? There are lots of handy video tutorials for these too, which are regularly posted to Facebook…

access_time7 minutos
winter mittens

YOU WILL NEED■ Red fabric: ½yd■ Dark red fabric: 1/ 8 yd■ Green fabric: ½yd■ Dark green fabric: 1/ 8 yd■ Blue fabric: ½yd■ Dark blue fabric: 1/ 8 yd■ White fabric: ¾yd■ Background fabric: 1½yds■ Backing fabric: 1½yds■ Batting: 44in x 52in■ Binding fabric: ½yd■ Sixty four (64) copies each of the Centre Star FPP Template Sections A and BFINISHED SIZE■ 40in x 48in NOTES ■ Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted.■ Press seams open, unless otherwise instructed.■ FPP templates include seam allowances around the outer edges only.■ For templates see page 92.■ FPP = Foundation Paper Piecing.■ RST = right sides together.■ WOF = width of fabric.■ Fabric supplied by Fat Quarter Shop (fatquartershop.com) FABRICS USED Solid fabrics are Kona Cotton Solids by…

access_time8 minutos
busy bee sewing set

YOU WILL NEED Pouch ■ Scrap fabrics for the EPP bee■ Print fabric scraps: Twelve (12) 2½in squares■ Linen outer fabric: one (1) fat quarter■ Lining fabric: one (1) fat quarter■ Contrast fabric: one (1) fat eighth■ Batting: 14in x 20in■ One (1) zip at least 12in long■ Twelve (12) 1in Hexagon templates■ One (1) set of Bee EPP templatesFINISHED SIZE■ 12in x 9½in NOTES ■ Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted.■ RST = right sides together.■ WST = wrong sides together.■ EPP = English Paper Piecing.■ Templates don't include seam allowance. For templates, see p92. FABRICS USED ■ Background fabric is Essex Linen in Natural from Robert Kaufman.■ Various print fabrics by Anna Maria Horner, Carolyn Freidlander, Karen Lewis Textiles and Heather Bailey. RAID…