Issue 55’s templates to download today

Our new issue goes on sale this week! Download your templates for issue 55 of Love Patchwork & Quilting below…  This issue’s set includes everything you need to sew the projects from the mag. Downloading your templates is handy if you don’t want to damage your magazine, or if we couldn’t fit a template on the magazine page at… Continue reading

Use up your scraps with issue 54!

Time is of the essence this month, and we’re all set with plenty of projects to whip up in an instant! Read on to take a peek at some of our favourites from issue 54, or treat yourself to your own copy today!

Issue 54’s templates to download today

Our new issue goes on sale this week! Download your templates for issue 54 of Love Patchwork & Quilting below…  This issue’s set includes everything you need to sew the projects from the mag. Downloading your templates is handy if you don’t want to damage your magazine, or if we couldn’t fit a template on the magazine page at… Continue reading

Springy stripes: Strip cushion tutorial

If you’ve been busy piecing strips since you saw Karen Lewis‘ brilliant strip quilt tutorial, we’ve got just the thing to use up those springy scraps. Inject a little stripy fun into your decor with this easy and effective cushion: it’s sure to coordinate with your new quilt like a dream!

Springy stripes: Strip quilt tutorial

Strip quilt tutorial, Karen Lewis

Pick and piece some bright and bold fabrics for a stunning striped quilt. This is the first of two tutorials by Karen Lewis where we’ll be making the most of simple strips. If you like this design, why not sew up Karen’s matching strip cushion tutorial to use up your scraps with style! You can see more of Karen’s… Continue reading

Pattern Correction: Issue 26 Mix + Match Medallion

We’ve noticed an error in the instructions for Mix + Match Medallion by Jo Avery in issue 26. On p15 step 16 should just list to cut ‘Twelve (12) 41⁄2in squares, for round one’ from Fabric P. You do not need the seven 11⁄2in strips for round three. This reduces the fabric requirements of Fabric P to 1⁄4yd. We’re… Continue reading