• Arte & Arquitectura
  • Barcos & Aeronaves
  • Negócios & Finanças
  • Carros & Motos
  • Famosos & Celebridades
  • Comics & Manga
  • Artesanato
  • Cultura & Literatura
  • Família & Educação
  • Moda
  • Comida & Vinho
  • Saúde & Forma Física
  • Casa & Jardim
  • Caça & Pesca
  • Infantil & Adolescentes
  • Luxo
  • Para Homens
  • Cinema, TV & Música
  • Notícias & Política
  • Fotografia
  • Ciência
  • Desporto
  • Tecnologia & Jogos
  • Viagens & Aventura
  • Para Mulheres
  • Adultos
 / Artesanato
Love Patchwork & Quilting

Love Patchwork & Quilting 80

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 Mais
13 Edições


1 minutos
merry and bright

It's the second of our two back-to-back Christmas issues and as the marathon gift-sewing season starts in earnest you'll find me taking stock of my stash. Sewing for others is a great way to dive back in to long-forgotten prints, and consider colour and print combinations that you'd never put together for yourself. Pre-Christmas patchwork is also the perfect excuse to make way for gifted fabric, or even sale purchases if you're tempted in the new year (no judgement here!). This issue is filled with projects that will help to work off some of your stash, and we hope they'll have you feeling empowered and encouraged to bust out your long saved fabric – whether you're sewing for yourself or to gift. We can’t wait to see what you make. Join…

1 minutos
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 Annelise Brant • Art Gallery Fabrics • Caroline Hadley Christine Leech • Daisy Aschehoug • Giuseppe Ribaudo Jess Entwistle • Jo Avery • Lorna Slessor • Lysa Flower Robin Gump • Sarah Griffiths • Susan Standen Susi Bellingham • Suzy Williams 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 Joe Jones 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 by William Gibbons Distributed…

6 minutos
out there

Be our neighbor When it comes to fun, fresh quilts, Lindsey Neill of Pen + Paper Patterns can do no wrong. Her latest offering, Won't You Be My Neighbor, is as charming as you can get – row upon row of teeny trees, cute blooms and the sweetest of houses? Yes please! Better yet, Lindsey is offering a leisurely quiltalong to piece this masterpiece in your own time. Taking place over seven months, the Slow Your Roll sewalong sets a month each for cutting, piecing the five blocks and quilt assembly, just watch your neighbourhood grow before your eyes! penandpaperpatterns.etsy.com LONGARM LOVE Let's face it, it's most quilters' dream to ship off a quilt top and have it arrive back on your doorstep in beautiful quilted glory. Rachel Hauser of Color Girl Quilts…

5 minutos
fire and ice

YOU WILL NEED White fabric: 3¾yds Blue fabric: 1¼yds Orange fabric (includes binding) ¾yd Backing fabric: 4½yds Batting: 62in x 80in FINISHED SIZE 54in x 72in COORDINATE THE POP OF CONTRAST COLOUR WITH YOUR BACKING AND BINDING NOTES Seam allowances are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted. Press seams to one side, unless otherwise instructed. RST = right sides together. HST = Half-square Triangle. WOF = width of fabric. Press fabrics well before cutting. Pattern assumes WOF is at least 42in. Fabrics supplied by Robert Kaufman (robertkaufman.com) FABRICS USED Fabrics are Kona Cotton Solids by Robert Kaufman in Splash, Torch and White. Backing fabric is Cozy Cotton Flannel in Orange, also by Robert Kaufman. CUTTING OUT 1 From the white fabric cut: Thirteen (13) 6½in strips. Subcut into sixty eight (68) 3½in x 6½in pieces, twenty six…

6 minutos
northern lights

YOU WILL NEED Fabric W (navy) 2¼yds Fabric X (ultramarine) 2¼yds Fabric Y (candy green) 2¼yds Fabric Z (ice frappe) 2¼yds Backing fabric: 4½yds Batting: 76in square Binding fabric: / yd Thirty two (32) copies of the FPP template FINISHED SIZE 72in square NOTES Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted. Press seams to one side, unless otherwise instructed. WOF = width of fabric. FPP = Foundation Paper Piecing. Reduce your stitch length to 1.5 for FPP. For templates, see page 88. Templates include seam allowances around the outer edges only. Fabric supplied by Robert Kaufman (robertkaufman.com). Quilted by Sharni Crossett (Lyrebird And Lamb Quilt Works on Facebook). FABRICS USED Solids are Kona Cotton Solids in Navy, Ultramarine, Candy Green and Ice Frappe. Backing fabric is Mist from Jennifer Sampou’s Chalk and Charcoal…

4 minutos
chasing sunsets

The term ombre is one you have probably heard before. Over the past 10 years, it’s been applied to hair, fashion, furniture, jewellery, home decor, graphic design… should I keep going? The list could go on and on. But what about quilts? Is this technique of fading colour from one hue to another a trend worth trying? Many quilt pat terns can be converted into a colour gradient, even if they're not writ ten with that intention -just use lots of different shades First, let’s backtrack and take a quick look at what the word ombre actually means. In French, it means shaded or shadow, however in the art world the term ombre is used to describe a graduated colour scheme that moves from light to dark. Think of a sunset, or…