Love Patchwork & Quilting 97

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
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1 min
time to sew

We’re so excited to share the final reveal of Yasmeen Kreebani Branton’s Block of the Month quilt this issue – it’s a hand appliqué triumph! We hope you’ve loved sewing it so far, and perhaps changing it up to make it your own. There’s no doubt we’ve all had more change than we expected over the last year or so, and I’m no exception! I’ll be leaving LP&Q for new horizons soon, and leaving you in the wonderfully creative, clever hands of Lorna, who has been working on the magazine for some years. I’ve had a delightful time here, working with the best team an editor could ask for, and it’s been truly awe-inspiring to work with the endless creativity not only of our superstar designers, but all our amazing…

6 min
out there

Totally roarsome! Framed by a bouquet of bright blooms, this magnificent tiger is the new cat on the block from Canadian designer Julie Lapalme’s series of Floral Big Cats. This Foundation Paper Pieced block is the second design in the set so far (check out the matching Lion too) – we just can’t get enough of his hypnotic gaze, and Julie’s bold use of colour on a crisp white background. Available as a PDF download, the pattern for this 24in square block comes with lots of diagrams to help with the clever piecing. Buy the Floral Big Cats Tiger at etsy.com/uk/shop/HobbyLanding Have you visited our website, www.gathered.how? Check it out for tutorials, templates, bonus projects, pattern corrections and more! MINI MICE We’re all partial to a bit of fussy cutting here which is why…

5 min
neon kisses

YOU WILL NEED • Fabric A (pink) ½yd• Fabric B (bright pink) one (1) fat quarter• Fabric C (dark pink) one (1) fat quarter• Fabric D (rose pink) one (1) fat eighth• Fabric E (includes binding) (teal) 1½yd• Fabric F (light blue) 1yd• Fabric G (orange) one (1) fat quarter• Fabric H (white) 3½yds• Backing fabric: 3¾yds• Batting: 67in square THE SUBTLE BACKING FABRIC IS GIVEN A LIFT WITH A HINT OF METALLIC SPARKLE FINISHED SIZE • 63in square NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted.• Press seams to the side, unless otherwise stated.• RST = right sides together.• HST = Half-square Triangle.• QST = Quarter-square Triangle.• WOF = width of fabric.• Press all fabrics well before cutting.• Fabric supplied by Wool Warehouse (woolwarehouse.co.uk) FABRICS USED Solid fabrics are all Kona Cotton Solids by Robert Kaufman,…

6 min
boombox bags

YOU WILL NEED To make all five bags • Boombox panel: one (1) panel repeat• Exterior fabric: 1½yds• Lining fabric: 1¾yds• Pocket fabric: 1¼yds• Woven fusible interfacing (20in wide) 1½yds• Sew in foam interfacing (20in wide) 2½yds ADD JAZZY LINING FABRICS TO YOUR TOTE BAGS TO MAKE EACH ONE REALLY SING! FINISHED SIZES X-Large: 15¼in x 9in x 8in Large: 11¼in x 6½in x 6in Medium: 7½in x 4¾in x 4in Small: 4½in x 2 5/8in x 2½in X-Small: 3¼in x 1 7/8in x 1¼in NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in, unless otherwise noted.• RST = right sides together.• WST = wrong sides together.• Instructions given are for the X-Large size bag. To make the other sizes, see the box-out below for cutting out and construction notes.• All measurements are height x width. FABRICS USED The boom box panel…

1 min
sizes large, medium, small, x-small

To make the other bag sizes, use these measurements to cut your pieces. For each bag you will need six (6) pieces each of the front and side measurements (for exterior, lining and pockets); two (2) each of the handle and handle foam pieces; one (1) each of exterior bottom and lining bottom. For the interfacing, cut two (2) using ½in smaller than the front measurement and two (2) using ½in smaller than the side measurement. Repeat with the foam, and also cut one (1) piece that measures ½in smaller than the exterior bottom measurement. Large: Front: 7in x 11¾in Side: 7in x 6½in Handle: 23½in x 3in Handle foam: 10in x 1in Exterior bottom: 6½in x 11¾in Lining bottom: 13in x 11½in Medium: Front: 5¼in x 8in Side: 5¼in x 4½in Handle: 16½in x 2½in Handle foam: 6½in x ¾in Exterior bottom:…

4 min
quilted with love

Today we’re going to talk quilting! If I’m being honest, I’m one of the last people on Earth who should be giving any quilting advice… it’s the the part of the process that I least enjoy, and often put off as long as possible (anyone else?!). I’ve always struggled with it, physically and mentally. Physically, I find it quite tricky to sling a rolled-up quilt sandwich over my shoulder and slowly feed it through my machine. It’s a heavy process, and that’s just for straight-line quilting! You should see me try to twist and turn a lap-sized quilt under my machine needle. I'm a stickler about wanting my quilts to be entirely my own.It may take me much longer to finish,but when completed,they are100% my own,and I take great pride in that Mentally,…