Quilt school: piecing curves

Quilt school piecing curves

We’re here to help you learn new skills for a new year, with a brand new Quilt School tutorial on piecing curves. Circles are a daunting prospect for us quilters – usually we’re all about straight lines! But, actually, with a little 
know-how our tech expert Sarah Griffiths will show you that it’s easy to translate techniques… Continue reading

Clever curves: how to sew a Drunkard’s Path quilt

Drunkard's Path quilt

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

Cool curves: your quilters’ wallpapers for November

November quilters wallpaper

Bling up your home screen or lock screen with a patchwork makeover! Celebrate curved piecing with Michael Caputo’s Retro Curves quilt (first seen in issue 38). It’s cool prints in mustard, grey and blending tones are just the thing to bring a vintage vibe to your favourite device.

How to sew a mini scalloped animals quilt

How to sew a scalloped animals mini quilt

Stop everything! We’ve found your next patchwork project and it is a LOT of fun! Paper piecing scallops is our new favourite thing to do* and we think you should join us for some super soothing fun with paper piecing and appliqué. So we’ve made you this free tutorial for how to sew and baste scalloped shapes… Continue reading

Hop to it! Bonus scallop animal templates

LPQ53 bonus animal templates square

We’re having so much fun with curved piecing thanks to our scallop paper pieces (free with issue 53). If you’re loving the menagerie of animals that we show you how to piece with our Easy Curves book and scalloped animals quilt tutorial, then read on to download a bonus frog and cockatoo design! Download your frog… Continue reading