Love Patchwork & Quilting 98

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
75,46 kr(Inkl. moms)
692,78 kr(Inkl. moms)
13 Nummer

i detta nummer

1 min
fresh ideas

There’s something pretty great about being a beginner. Nothing quite as satisfying as when something that was once a little mind-boggling suddenly clicks and makes sense. We’ve got projects for all kinds of beginners this issue – whether you’re a total newbie or are taking your first steps learning a new technique – so you can each have your “a-ha!” moment, no matter what shape or form. This issue marks a new beginning for me too, as I take the helm of LP&Q as Commissioning Editor… I’ve got so many ideas that I can’t wait to show you! We’ve also got a new columnist in Kim Smith Soper (see her advice on de-cluttering your sewing space on p34), as well as a few new designers bringing fresh patterns. So let’s…

1 min
a real gem

1 Cut strips of fabric to the desired size. You can use any of the marked sizes, from 2–4in. To speed cut you can stack a few strips of fabric and cut the strips together as outlined in the steps below. 2 Place your template on top of your fabric, aligning one edge of the template with the long edge of the strip. Cut away the end of the strip (Fig 1). 3 Turn your strips so the trimmed edge is at the left. Place the template on top, lining up the long edges, and the trimmed angled edge with the marked diamond that corresponds to your size of strip (Fig 2). 4 Cut along the right edge of the template to make the diamond (Fig 3). Slide the template along the strip,…

7 min
out there

Life on the open road Adventure awaits! First doodled on a crazy 2,000-mile road trip to Utah, Taylor Krz’s Open Road Quilt gives us real wanderlust vibes. Made from just three blocks, with easy HSTs and speedy Flying Geese to boot, it shines with clean lines and a pared back colour palette. It’s available as a PDF download and comes in four sizes, from Baby and Lap size to the larger Throw and Bed options, so you can take on the challenge no matter your ability or space restrictions! You’ll find the Open Road Quilt pattern over at toadandsew.com Have you visited our website, www.gathered.how? Check it out for tutorials, templates, bonus projects, pattern corrections and more! ZIP IT UP Sherri from A Quilting Life has designed a zippy bag pattern that has so…

8 min
sparkle motion

YOU WILL NEED • Print fabrics: thirteen (13) fat quarters• Background fabric: 4½yds• Binding fabric: 3/4yd• Backing fabric: 5yds• Batting: 84in x 87in FINISHED SIZE • 78in x 80in NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted.• Press seams open throughout, unless otherwise instructed.• RST = right sides together.• WOF = width of fabric.• HST = Half-square Triangle.• QST = Quarter-square Triangle.• Fabric supplied by Ruby Star Society (rubystarsociety.com) FABRICS USED Print fabrics are from the Adorn collection by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Ruby Star Society, as follows: • Hey Ladies in Frost, Citron and Peacock, Ornaments in Citron and Peacock, Bloom in Berry, Gestures in Kiss, Puzzling in Frost and Berry, Tied Up in Succulent and Broken Ties in Frost, Citron, Tangerine Dream, Pale Pink and Berry.• Background fabric is a Bella Solid in Off White…

6 min
new directions

YOU WILL NEED THE BRIGHT ORANGE BINDING ADDS ANOTHER PUNCH OF COLOUR TO THIS QUILT • Blue fabric: 23/4yds• Orange fabric: ¼yd• White fabric: 1¼yd• Backing fabric: 3¼yds• Batting: 57in x 74in• Binding: ½yd FINISHED SIZE • 49in x 66in NOTES • Seam allowances are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted.• Press seams to one side, as instructed.• RST = right sides together.• WOF = width of fabric. FABRICS USED • Blue fabric is Crayola© Kaleidoscope Midnight Blue by Riley Blake Designs.• Orange fabric is Twist & Shout in Steps Orange by River’s Bend.• White fabric is Confetti Cotton in White by Riley Blake Designs. CUTTING OUT 1 From the blue fabric cut: Four (4) 23/4in x WOF strips. Subcut into forty eight (48) 23/4in squares. 2 Cut the remaining blue fabric into 13/4in x WOF strips. Subcut as outlined in step…

4 min
spring clean

Do you want to know a secret? (Whispering) Your sewing space isn’t cluttered because you need to get organised. It’s cluttered because you have too much stuff. It’s okay! You’re okay! We’re all okay! Clutter happens to the best of us, and I’m here to help you get things under control. I truly believe that decluttering your sewing space will change your creativity – and maybe your entire life – for the better. Yes, the process will have its challenges. But it will be 100% worth it! Let’s get started... I want to warn you that as you declutter, you’ll likely encounter sabotaging thoughts. Don’t fall for them! These sneaky thoughts want you to keep all the things – but remain on high alert to avoid getting caught in their trap. I’ll talk…