The look of love is in your… fabric! Treat yourself or someone special to a bunch of Valentine Rose fabric from Tanya Whelan! We jut adore this romantic collection that still satisfies our modern tastes with clean lines and bold colours. Even if hearts and roses aren’t normally your bag, it’s hard to resist getting… Continue reading
Handmade gifts are such a lovely idea for Valentine’s Day, so we want to show you how to make a fabric heart. Add a chic edge to your creation using Liberty Lifestyle fabric as Needles&Lemons’ Judith Dahmen has done here with scraps from Liberty’s Stile and Bloomsbury collections. However you can use any fabric from… Continue reading
Issue 5 features an amazing pixel-perfect quilt on the cover by Karen Lewis, plus more great projects, features and a FREE kit! Jeni Baker suggests clever and creative ways for us quilters to use social media, while we take a sneak peek around I’m A Ginger Monkey aka Katy Jones’ studio. All the instructions and… Continue reading
Love Patchwork & Quilting issue 5 is on sale 5th February – hoorah! So here’s a sneak peek to whet your appetite… Don’t forget that by subscribing you’ll get your copy delivered straight to your door AND save money on the cover price – win win! So grab your copy of issue 5 to get… Continue reading
We’ve got a FREE block pattern on the blog for you today – a four-way log cabin made in the prettiest pink with just a touch of Hapi – Amy Butler’s Hapi fabric in Tapestry Rose, that is!
If you love adding a smattering (or more!) of contemporary embroidery to your quilted creations, you’ll adore Hoop-la! Hoop-La! is a brand new magazine taking a contemporary look at embroidery. Enjoy 49 step-by-step projects, a stitch library, interviews and more. We love the opportunity to play with fabric, and adding a touch of stitchery is just… Continue reading
So obviously the first thing we did was to race to our fabric stash and start pulling anything with this beautiful purple, lilac, amethyst hue – old or new. Pantone Radiant Orchid isn’t as popular a colour as many, but it’s now sure to be having its moment in 2014, in fashion, interiors and of course, quilting!