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

Ochre and Ink: Free Quilt Planner

Anna Galvin’s Ochre and Ink quilt in issue 50 is perfect for showing off prints from your favourite collection. She used fabrics from the Observer collection by April Rhodes, but if you’d like to mix and match fabrics from your own stash, we’ve made a handy quilt planner download to help you decide which prints will work together best.

Art Deco Sampler Templates

If you fancy making Stacey Lee O’Malley’s fantastic Art Deco Sampler quilt from issue 49, you can download the templates here! They were a little too big to fit in the mag, so we thought it would be easiest to pop them online instead. We’ve made sure they will print out at A4 (be sure to print… Continue reading

All Around Arrows: Free Quilt Planner Download

We love Julie Rutter’s lime and blue colour scheme in her All Around Arrows quilt in issue 48! If you fancy recreating it with your own prints or designing your own palette, we’ve made a handy quilt planner download for you to use. Simply print it out, label it to match your fabrics and away… Continue reading

Templates for issue 48

Download your templates for issue 48 of Love Patchwork & Quilting here! 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 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… Continue reading

Pattern Correction: issue 36 Rainbow Rows

Emily Dennis ombre quilt

We’ve noticed a small error in the instructions for the Rainbow Rows quilt in issue 36. On p18, step 2, the fourth bullet point should read: “B: two (2) 2 1/2in x 6 1/2in strips;” We’re really sorry about this, we check every pattern as thoroughly as we can before we go to print, but this… Continue reading