How to organise your sewing room

Jeni Baker Issue 8 Love Patchwork & Quilting

Inside issue 8, our regular columnist and go-to girl for stitching advice Jeni Baker reveals her top tips for how to organise your sewing room. Whether you’re lucky enough to actually have a sewing room, or work on the kitchen table / corner of the sitting room / in the shed, Jeni has practical and… Continue reading

Win Camille Roskelley fabric + thread!

Camille Roskelley giveaway

Issue 8 is on sale NOW with a Camille Roskelley creation as the cover star! To celebrate the gorgeous cover quilt by Camille Roskelley, we’ve got one box of Simplify threads (12 colours, 50 wt and totally dreamy) courtesy of the lovely folks at Aurifil AND two layer cakes of the new Bonnie & Camille fabric collection,… Continue reading

Issue 8 on sale now!

Love Patchwork & Quilting issue 8 with Camille Roskelley

Issue 8 of Love Patchwork & Quilting is on sale now, just in time for all your Springtime sewing! Welcome to Springtime and to issue 7, filled with projects, features and inspiration to put a skip in your step and into your sewing! This month, Editor Jenny has been loving brights even more that usual, as sunlight changes… Continue reading

Mollie Makes Handmade Awards

Mollie Makes Handmade Awards Logo

Submissions are open! Have you entered yet? The Mollie Makes Handmade Awards are open and they want to see your work! Mollie Makes magazine is three years old now – can you believe it? So they’re celebrating by launching the Mollie Make Handmade Awards.   “We want to give all you movers and makers a chance… Continue reading

Templates for issue 8

Sausage Dogs from Love Patchwork & Quilting issue 8

Download your templates for issue 8 of Love Patchwork & Quilting here.   This is handy if you don’t want to damage your magazine, or if we couldn’t fit a template on the magazine page at 100% size. It’s also super-useful if you’re a digital subscriber! Whether you use Apple Newsstand, Zinio or Google Play, this is the easiest way to print… Continue reading

How To Foundation Paper Piece

Try Foundation Paper Piecing with Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine

Inside every issue of Love Patchwork & Quilting, you’ll find our Block of the Month (BOM) by Lynne Goldsworthy. The technique of Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP) is a very accurate method of patchwork, which is especially useful for piecing unusual or awkward shapes and achieving crisp, clean lines in your patchwork. If you are new to… Continue reading

The Handmade Fair with Kirstie Allsopp

The Handmade Fair with Kirstie Allsopp

Today we’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with Kirstie Allsopp and Hobbycraft to bring you The Handmade Fair!   Coming this September to Hampton Court Palace, it’s going to be an event of all things, people and activities crafty! We’re especially looking forward to seeing the king of colour himeself Kaffe Fassett! Visit www.thehandmadefair.com to… Continue reading

On sale now – issue 7!

On sale now! Issue 7 of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine

Issue 7 of Love Patchwork & Quilting is on sale now, and we’re delivering a first class issue straight to your sewing machine! Welcome to this new feel-good issue 7, packed with projects and ideas for quilting that brings out your sunny side! Our Editor’s Letter this month talks about mindfulness, something that we think… Continue reading

Templates for issue 7

Goosip Girls by Jo Avery from Love Patchwork & Quilting issue 7

Download your templates for issue 7 of Love Patchwork & Quilting here.   This is handy if you don’t want to damage your magazine, or if we couldn’t fit a template on the magazine page at 100% size. It’s also super-useful if you’re a digital subscriber! Whether you use Apple Newsstand, Zinio or Google Play, this is the easiest way to print… Continue reading

Make a Mother’s Day Card

mother's day card by Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine

Make Mother’s Day special with our cute hexagon greetings card! It’s super easy to make from fabric scraps and a small folded card. So here we go… YOU WILL NEED Eight 1.5in (4cm) squares of coordinating fabrics Eight 1in (2.5cm) card hexagons, cut using this template (download here) One 3.5in (9cm) square of fabric, for background… Continue reading