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Patchwork and Quilting Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year This is a magazine written by quilters for quilters! British Patchwork & Quilting magazine is the UK’s longest published, monthly best selling specialist quilting magazine, first published in 1985. Each issue has a wide selection of projects to do with patchwork, quilting, appliqué or related textiles requiring various levels of expertise and using a variety of techniques. Enjoy in-depth articles looking at the historical aspects of quilting or other aspects of textiles and keep up-to-dat

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Patchwork and Quilting  |  March 2012  


March features include a report of Zero 3’s 2011exhibition, Signature Quilts III and a preview of A Quilted Bridge: The Amish Welsh Connection – a much debated theory. I’m Loving Angels goes behind the scenes at the UK’s biggest quilt show, The Festival of Quilts. We Meet Gillian Travis who has great energy and zest for life and visit, Cookes Quilting Supplies to find another busy lady.
Not long until the Olympic Games and Sports at the Games uses stylised figures depicting many competitive sports. Also appliquéd, in unusual fabric, is the Tweed Rooster while the stunning Miniature Baltimore quilt is hand stitched. Anthology’s Global Warming is a great design for strips and Feathered Star, the centrepiece of Katie’s Star requires skilful stitching. For something smaller make the Japanese Folded Patchwork Bags. March’s Calendar Quilt block features a Basket design and more detailed instructions are given for Free Motion Quilting and Quilt-As-You-Go Sashing.
This is a magazine written by quilters for quilters!

British Patchwork & Quilting magazine is the UK’s longest published, monthly best selling specialist quilting magazine, first published in 1985.

Each issue has a wide selection of projects to do with patchwork, quilting, appliqué or related textiles requiring various levels of expertise and using a variety of techniques. Pattern templates (print out or a PDF is available when you email general@traplet.com) are also available with every issue. Enjoy in-depth articles looking at the historical aspects of quilting or other aspects of textiles and keep up-to-date with current activities and people in the quilting world.

Regular features include Let’s Go Shopping, Retail Therapy, Meet A Quilter, an Exhibition report or preview, Wandering the Web, Book Reviews, News & Views and Exhibition listings. Every other month, Quilting for Juniors focuses on encouraging youngsters to sew.

For 2012 we feature a beautiful Calendar Quilt assembled ‘quilt as you go’. Each month there will be an appropriate block design using a different appliqué technique, plus a smaller item using that same technique to make as a practice piece.

Please note: If you can't print off your pattern templates included with your digital copy please email your request to general@traplet.com and a PDF of the patterns will then be emailed to you.
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Patchwork and Quilting   |   March 2012   


March features include a report of Zero 3’s 2011exhibition, Signature Quilts III and a preview of A Quilted Bridge: The Amish Welsh Connection – a much debated theory. I’m Loving Angels goes behind the scenes at the UK’s biggest quilt show, The Festival of Quilts. We Meet Gillian Travis who has great energy and zest for life and visit, Cookes Quilting Supplies to find another busy lady.
Not long until the Olympic Games and Sports at the Games uses stylised figures depicting many competitive sports. Also appliquéd, in unusual fabric, is the Tweed Rooster while the stunning Miniature Baltimore quilt is hand stitched. Anthology’s Global Warming is a great design for strips and Feathered Star, the centrepiece of Katie’s Star requires skilful stitching. For something smaller make the Japanese Folded Patchwork Bags. March’s Calendar Quilt block features a Basket design and more detailed instructions are given for Free Motion Quilting and Quilt-As-You-Go Sashing.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Patchwork and Quilting magazine print subscription.
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