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Love Patchwork & Quilting

Love Patchwork & Quilting 60

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

in this issue

1 min.
choose colour!

Do you have a favourite colour? For most the answer is instinctive but it can be quite the conundrum for us quilters. I'm always thinking of colours in the context of my last quilt, my next quilt, and the overflowing drawers of fabric at home! I don't think I could choose just one. And then there are those new-to-me colour combinations that I would never be brave enough to put together (bright pink and lime green, anyone?) but in the hands of another quilter are a match made in heaven. As always this issue is bursting full of colour inspiration, so dive into your stash and take a cue from one of our talented designers... who knows where it might take you! Join us online... we love to share! LovePatchworkandQuilting LoveQuiltingMag LoveQuiltingMag www.lovepatchworkandquilting.com…

1 min.
quilt in super-speed

Even if you're the type that enjoys spending decades on one design (English Paper Piecers, we're looking at you!) very little rivals the elation of when you're finally snuggled up under a handmade quilt. Speed up the process with your free booklet this month, that combines clever Irish Chain blocks to make a quilt you can whip up in a weekend! Not only is this quilt both quick and easy to follow, it's also incredibly straightforward to mix and match blocks to customise into your very own design. Pick and choose colours (our lovely sponsors Wool Warehouse stock every shade of Robert Kaufman's Kona Cotton Solids to choose from), before setting a weekend aside to snip and stitch up Nicole Calver's super-stylish pattern. Don’t forget to share your weekend quilts with us…

6 min.
out there

Light up your workspace Enhance your quilting experience, day or night, with the new must-have lamp from Daylight Company. LUMI is ideal to use on any desk, workspace or cutting table, with an easily adjustable shade to help you spread light into any desired position, and an adaptable dimmer to control the amount of light. The natural daylight glow will show your fabrics at their best, enabling perfect colour matching and easy piecing… what more could a quilter want?! Read more and browse the other lights at daylightcompany.co.uk GO FLORAL If you're hoarding a collection of fabric that you're a little smitten with, this is the design to show it off! Designed by Emily Dennis of Quilty Love, the Diamond Lanterns pattern is super simple and oh so fresh! Buy the PDF pattern…

4 min.
raspberry crush

YOU WILL NEED • Fabric A (darkest) 3/ 8 yd • Fabric B (dark) 1yd • Fabric C (medium) 1¼yds • Fabric D (light) 2yds • Fabric E (lightest) 1½yds • Binding fabric: ½yd • Backing fabric: 3½yds • Batting: 63in x 78in FINISHED SIZE • 55in x 70in NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted. • Press seams open, unless otherwise instructed. • WOF = width of fabric. • HST = Half-square Triangle. • WST = wrong sides together. FABRICS USED • Solids are Kona Cotton Solids in Pomegranate, Bright Pink, Candy Pink, Carnation and Pearl Pink by Robert Kaufman (darkest to lightest). • Find the full collection of Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids at Wool Warehouse (woolwarehouse.co.uk) • Backing fabric is XOXO in Valentine from the Love collection by Margaret Berg for Robert Kaufman. CUTTING OUT 1 From Fabric A cut: • Fourteen (14) 4¾in squares. 2 From Fabric B…

4 min.
totally tropical

YOU WILL NEED • Background fabric: ½yd • Toucan body fabric (black) one (1) fat quarter • Assorted rainbow scraps for toucan (see cutting out) • Backing fabric: ½yd • Fusible batting: 16½in x 37in • Black embroidery thread • One (1) copy each of Toucan Section A–E templates FINISHED SIZE • 16in square NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted. • When paper piecing, always press seams to the side, unless otherwise noted. • Templates include the seam allowances around the outer edges only. • For templates, see p86. • RST = right sides together. • FPP = Foundation Paper Piecing. • For FPP, shorten your stitch length to around 1.5. • All fabrics and thread supplied by Fat Quarter Shop (fatquartershop.com) FABRICS USED • Print fabrics are from Basics, Pigment and Snap to Grid collections by Cotton+Steel, and Daisy Chain by Annabel Wrigley for Windham…

4 min.
the truth behind starch

You might associate fabric starch with the pleats on your grandma’s khakis, but she’s not the only fashion-forward person who uses starch. Quilters use it, too! Fabric starch is a magical spray that stiffens fabric, making it easier for you to work with while quilting… especially when you’re sewing curves, complex patterns or venturing into stretchier fabrics. Fabric starch is a magical spray that stiffens fabric, making it easier for you to work with while quilting... especially when sewing curves or complex pat terns Some quilters swear by fabric starch, but others forget it entirely. So here’s the question: should you follow in your grandma’s fabric-starchy footsteps? Let’s dive into the fabric starch scene, and let you decide for yourself if fabric starch is a good tool for you. The why and how…