Bring traditional bunting bang up to date with these geo flags by Clare Youngs. This geo bunting is bright, fun and the perfect summer scrap-busting project to use up even the teeniest of fabric off-cuts that you just can’t bear to throw away in case you need them ‘one day’. We’ll show you everything you… Continue reading
For the neatest of finishes on your patchwork projects, it has to be a double-fold binding. If you’ve never tried this method before, we’ll show you just how to sew binding on a quilt, with step-by-step projects and a starter placemat and coasters project to get you practising your new skills! Let’s begin… The instructions… Continue reading
We love that Love Patchwork and Quilting is enjoyed all over the world! Take a look at these incredible USA stores and see if you can’t find that next fabric to fill up your stash.
In case you missed it in our April issue, we’ve launched our 2018 Love Patchwork & Quilting 2018 reader survey! We want to know what you think of the magazine, so that we can shape our features and projects in the best way for you…
Daylight Company are the clever people responsible for the lights that are taking the quilting community by storm. We put 3 of their best-selling products to the test in issue 58 and now you could win one of their in-demand Wafer lightboxes!
Get ready for major quilt awe… here are the quilts that bagged the top spots at this Spring’s QuiltCon show.
Because what’s not to love about having your own personal library of quilting inspo at your fingertips, everywhere you go? If you haven’t tried our digital issues yet, you’re in for a treat. Here’s why…
As Monday goals go, planning a trip to meet Tula Pink and watch her film her first UK live TV show is pretty cool! She’s here in England for a few days (our shameless Instagram stalking reveals she’s been at The Quilt Room this weekend) and on Wednesday she’ll be on TV… and we’ll be there.
There are few things in life that we love more than getting together with friends to share what we’re sewing. So we were excited to hear of a new venture that’s aiming to support handmade gatherings of all shapes and sizes. Because who doesn’t love to sew along with fellow makers?
Master curves, both big and small, with this technicolour quilt project. We’ll show you how to make the most of your free Drunkard’s Path templates… You will need Rainbow fabrics: thirteen (13) 5in squares Background fabric: one (1) fat quarter Batting: 15in square Backing fabric: one (1) fat quarter Binding fabric: one (1) fat quarter… Continue reading