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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***

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

in this issue

1 min.
linework love

Many of us have a particular fabric designer whose collections we covet and collect. For me, it’s Tula Pink – her signature palette of vibrant colours and intricate prints has earned her fans the world over and each new line continues to surprise and delight! It’s my honour to present to you an in-depth look at her forthcoming range Linework, which takes a slightly different tack to the super-saturated prints we’ve come to know and love, yet still carries her distinctive style and inimitable flair for colour. Tula’s been talking to the team about her inspiration for the line and what life has been like in lockdown at Tula HQ. And, of course, we have a selection of beautiful projects to get you sewing! That’s just the supplement – the…

1 min.
the world of tula pink

If you're anything like us, you'll already love Tula Pink's new fabric range, Linework! Along with this month's LP&Q, you'll find Tula's original pattern for the Opening Night quilt that shows off the collection perfectly… isn't it amazing? The quilt comprises of just one block design, but by mixing it up with different prints and rainbow colours it looks way more complicated than it really is! Our favourite part? The gorgeous monochrome two-tone background, which really makes the colours pop. Oh, and that incredible quilting. And the Tula branded backing fabric… it's too hard to choose! Plus, inside you'll find in-depth interviews with the designer herself, a gallery of her previous collections and designs by both Kelly Bowser (of @kelbysews Instagram fame) and UK modern quilting royalty Lynne Goldsworthy. Enjoy! Tula Troops…

6 min.
beginner's luck

Afternoon projects don’t come much cuter than the new Wee Billow Bag. Designed by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses, this beginner-friendly bag doesn’t require templates, so you can get stuck in straight away without spending precious sewing time printing out a pattern. Laura’s instructions include over 50 step-by-step images, so confident newbie stitchers can have a Wee Billow Bag sewn up in a few hours. With two sizes and endless options for customising your bag, you won’t be able to stop at making just one. sweetcinnamonroses.com TOP TABLE We’re thanking our lucky stars for this modern table runner kit by Louisa Goult – created using a strip-piecing technique made up entirely of triangles, there are no tricky Y seams to contend with here! The kit includes 16 pre-cut strips in Dashwood…

5 min.
from the heart

YOU WILL NEED One (1) Layer Cake or twenty (20) 10in print squares Grey, green, blue and pink background fabrics: ¾yd each White background fabric: 35/8yds Binding fabric: ¾yd Backing fabric: 4½yds Batting: 80in square FINISHED SIZE 72in square NOTES Seam allowance are ¼in throughout, unless otherwise noted. Press seams to one side, unless otherwise instructed. CST = corner square triangle. Quilted by Jayne Brereton of Quilters Trading Post. FABRICS USED Print fabrics are from the Early Bird collection by Bonnie & Camille for Moda Fabrics. Solids are Bella Solids in Flax, Lime, Seaglass and Betty’s Pink, also by Moda Fabrics. NO TEMPLATES NEEDED! THIS COMPLEX-LOOKING DESIGN IS SIMPLER THAN YOU THINK CUTTING OUT 1 From each of twenty (20) print 10in squares, refer to Fig 1 to cut: Three (3) 2½in x 3½in. One (1)…

5 min.
country garden

YOU WILL NEED Light pink fabric: 1¼yds Navy blue fabric: ½yd Mustard fabric: 1⅜ yds Mint green fabric: 1yd Burgundy fabric: fat quarter White fabric: 3⅜ yds Backing fabric: 5½yds Binding fabric: ¾yds Batting: 90in square FINISHED SIZE 80in square NOTES Seam allowances are ¼in, 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. Fabrics supplied by Hantex (hantexonline.co.uk) Quilted by Cath Brough (cumbrianlongarmquilting.co.uk) FABRICS USED Fabrics are from the Mayfair collection by Amy Sinibaldi for Art Gallery Fabrics. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO FABRIC PLACEMENT FOR DIRECTIONAL PRINTS! CUTTING OUT 1 From the light pink fabric cut: Eight (8) 16½in x 8½in. Four (4) 8½in squares. 2 From the navy blue fabric cut: Three (3) 9¾in squares. 3 From the…

4 min.
stitching joy

Quilting, by definition, is a hobby. Hobbies, by definition, are supposed to be fun. So what are you supposed to do when it’s not? This month, I’m tackling some of the reasons we quilters find ourselves searching for our sewjo (read: sewing mojo) and suggesting a few ways to find it again. 1 Options are everything I’ll admit, I have more WIPs than nearly every other quilter I know. In fact, it’s a running joke that I keep them in what I affectionately call ‘The Vault of Shame.’ But one thing’s for sure, I have plenty of options when it comes to choosing what to work on, and by having so many different projects going at any given time, I can switch up what I’m working on each and every day. Personally,…