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Love Patchwork & Quilting

Love Patchwork & Quilting

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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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United Kingdom
语言:
English
出版商:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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Monthly
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1
back to basics!

This issue is a love letter to solids. So often they are overlooked in favour of prints (don’t get me wrong, my stash is bursting with patterned fabrics too!) but we’d like to show you the beauty and simplicity that can come from working in a palette of solids alone. Solids let your quilt composition shine and with no busy prints to distract your eye the design, piecing and colours really pop! All of our designers this month have created their own masterpieces in solids, but as always we are just a spring-board for your own interpretation of the patterns. Throw in some prints, or swap solids for a soft blender to add more texture. You could even let your stash guide you to create a more scrappy version of…

1
dresden plate

CUT FROM STRIPS 1 Cut strips of fabric to the desired height of your Dresden blades, and neatly stack (Fig 1). You can use any size up to 6½in, but the intermediate marks can help you line up the ruler along the top edge. Place the ruler on the right end of the strips and cut along the right side (Fig 2). Rotate the strips so the cut edge is at the left. Place the ruler at the edge and cut the right side (Fig 3). Turn the ruler, align and cut again (Fig 4). Repeat until you have the desired pieces. FUSSY CUTTING 2 To fussy cut, align the ruler on your fabric as desired. Trace around the sides and bottom. For intermediate marks, add a line at each edge where you…

6
appliqué adventures

Those in need of a new project to liven up their downtime need look no further than Lucy Engels' new quilt pattern, Naive Melody. It's a symphony of abstract appliqué, brimming with on-trend shapes and endless opportunities to make it your own – you can even choose what type of appliqué you want to sew. Lucy created the quilt throughout 2020's lockdown, making 100 blocks over 100 days that join together in a 60in square design. She's kicking off a calming sewalong in September too! Join in the appliqué fun over at lucyengels.com QUILTY PICS How's this for something fun?! Art Gallery Fabrics have just launched AGFmojis, a playful range of designs that put a crafty spin on your standard emojis. Use these to liven up your Instagram stories or download the…

4
beach days

YOU WILL NEED Blue fabric: / yd Pink, coral, gold, green and grey fabrics: ½yd each Sky fabric: 1⅛/ yds Neutral background fabric: 2yds Binding fabric: ½yd Batting: 68in x 77in Backing fabric: 4yds One (1) copy each of Templates 1 and 2 FINISHED SIZE 60in x 69in NOTES Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted. Press seams open throughout, unless otherwise instructed. WOF = width of fabric. Templates include seam allowance, where necessary. Press fabrics well before cutting. FABRICS USED Solid fabrics are from the Bella Solids collection by Moda. Backing fabric is Strawberry Jam by Corey Yoder, also for Moda. COMPLEMENT THIS SUMMERY QUILT WITH A FLORAL BACKING AND QUILTING DESIGN CUTTING OUT 1 From the blue beach hut fabric cut: Two (2) 6½in x WOF. Subcut into five (5) 6½in squares and five (5)…

4
retro groove

YOU WILL NEED Fabric A (red) ¾yd Fabric B (red print) ¾yd Fabric C (pink) ¾yd Fabric D (pink print) ¾yd Fabric E (coral) ¾yd Fabric F (coral print) ¾yd Fabric G (green) ¾yd Fabric H (green print) ¾yd Fabric I (turquoise) one (1) fat quarter Fabric J (light blue) 3⅜/ yds Backing fabric: 5yds Binding fabric: / yd Batting: 72in x 90in One (1) copy each of Templates 1, 2, and 3 FINISHED SIZE 63in x 81in NOTES Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted. Press seams open throughout, unless otherwise instructed. Templates include seam allowance, where necessary. RST = right sides together. WOF = width of fabric. Fabric supplied by Robert Kaufman (robertkaufman.com) ENHANCE THE SIMPLE PIECED DESIGN WITH INTRICATE AND IMPRESSIVE QUILTING! FABRICS USED All fabrics are by Robert Kaufman: Solid fabrics…

4
take the leap

I’ve been a creature of habit my entire life. Comfort zones are my jam, and I’ve spent the last thirty-odd years perfecting mine. My semi-introverted, risk-adverse, anxiety-ridden self is quite comfortable staying in my lane. My Friday night plans regularly consist of PJs, EPP and a good docu-series, and if I don’t have to leave the house for more than five days, well, I am living my best life. The magic of improper sewing has long eluded me. While I admire those who master the art, my perfectionist ways have proven quite the hurdle. That hasn't stopped me. For better or worse (probably the latter), my skills for avoiding the new and unknown tend to cross over into my hobbies as well. I learned to knit well before I learned to sew, and…