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Love Patchwork & Quilting 61

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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.
sunny side up

Today’s the first day since last summer that I’ve braved the commute to work without a coat. At last I can (literally) see the light at the end the long, wintery tunnel. It’s amazing what a little sunshine does for the mood – everybody is so much happier in the sun and I’m feeling energised enough to tackle that mountain of WIPs that I’ve been putting off all year. To celebrate the onset of summertime I want to spread a little of that magic with projects that embrace the season. Happily this month’s issue is all kinds of sunny – bursting with colourful fabrics to brighten your day. Whatever you're working on, we hope we'll bring you a little sunshine today! Join us online... we love to share! LovePatchworkandQuilting LoveQuiltingMag LoveQuiltingMag www.lovepatchworkandquilting.com…

1 min.
meet our contributors!

Kristi Schroeder Kristi is a designer, quilter and avid traveller, living in Austin Texas. Her far flung travels and background in graphic design influence her bold quilts Lisa Hoffman-Maurer Lisa works as an architect and explores her love of colour through her quilt designs. This issue she pairs eye-popping colours in a bright baby quilt Nicole Calver Nicole's style combines classic techniques with modern prints and colours. Her simple mini quilt features fussy cutting to take it to the next level!…

6 min.
out there

Quilt for the holidays! We're loving this collaboration from Lindsey Neill of Pen + Paper Patterns (@penandpaperpatterns) and Meghan Buchanan of Then Came June (@thencamejune). The two quilty superstars have put their heads together to create four patterns inspired by major holidays: Valentine's, Christmas, Halloween and 4th July (for all you folks across the pond). Each quilt is a fast-finish, with an easy, modern, block-based design to follow. They'll also be hosting a casual sew-along for each pattern, so keep an eye on their social media pages to join in! SEWDIAC Have you been keeping up with your Sewdiac sign? Samantha Claridge of Sew Crafty Online has released a new line of sewing and star-inspired products, with a subscription box also available! Browse the range of constellations at sewcraftyonline.co.uk NEW SKILLS If you've ever turned…

5 min.
colour box

YOU WILL NEED • An assortment of low volume prints: 5yds in total • Sixteen (16) different bright solid fabrics: ¼yd each • Light grey fabric: ¾yd • Mid grey fabric: one (1) fat eighth • Very light grey fabric (for border) / yd • Batting: 76in square • Backing fabric: 4¼yds • Binding fabric: / yd • Sixty four (64) copies each of Templates A and B FINISHED SIZE • 70in square NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted. • Templates include seam allowances around the outer edges only. • For templates, see page 87. • RST = right sides together. • WOF = width of fabric. • FPP = Foundation Paper Piecing. FABRICS USED • Low volume fabrics are all from the Modern Background Colorbox collection by Brigitte Heitland for Moda. CUTTING OUT 1 From the selection of low volume fabrics cut a total of: • Twenty four (24)…

7 min.
on-the-go organiser

HIGHLIGHT YOUR FAVOURITE SHADE FROM THE EXTERIOR FABRIC WITH COLOUR-POP ZIPS YOU WILL NEED • Exterior (multicolour print) one (1) fat quarter • Main print (pink print) one (1) fat quarter • Lining A (peach print) one (1) fat quarter • Lining B (pink solid) one (1) fat quarter • 12-gauge clear vinyl: 6in x 8in • Zips: two (2) 10in long • Medium weight fusible interfacing: 8½in x 15in • ½in wide elastic: 8½in length FINISHED SIZE • Approx 8in x 5in when closed and 8in x 15in when open NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted. • Topstitch ›/ in from the edge, unless otherwise stated. • Secure your seams by backstitching at the beginning and end of every seam. • RST = right sides together. • WST = wrong sides together. • Press fabrics well before cutting. • For interfacing Laura used Pellon SF101. •…

4 min.
come to the dark side

You can use black bat ting when sewing high contrast quilts, such as black and white. This way, those black threads dont show up underneath your light fabric "When your quilt top includes lots of dark or bright fabrics such as reds, greens or blues, the deep black batting actually enhances the warmth and richness of a quilt top's intense,dark hues".SUZY QUILTS Black batting is like the black sheep of the batting world, quite literally – it’s a little edgy, a bit rebellious, and a lot less popular than its white batting counterpart. It may not become your go-to batting, but just like your misfit cousin, it’s welcome in your sewing room… as long as it behaves. I first heard about black batting a few years ago when I posted a question…