This year, we’ve got our sights set on some fresh new designs for a brand-new decade, which is exactly what you’ll find in issue 57 of Today’s Quilter. Snap up your copy here or read on to see what we’ve got in store for you…
Whether you’re looking for a project to help you make a dent in your stash, something to whip up over a cosy weekend in, or quilt designs that will help you show off the gorgeous new fabrics you were gifted at Christmas. We’ve got classic blocks with modern twists, hand stitched projects, one-block wonders and a medallion to really sink your needle into!
Your new quilt projects for 2020
Queen’s Salon: Pick out some bold prints and a striking base colour for this issue’s stunning cover quilt, Jo Avery’s Cleopatra’s fan block design.
Homemade Lemonade: Put a spring in your step with Julie Taylor’s delightful medallion quilt in rosy colours – perfect for sunny day picnics ahead.
Stairway to the Stars: Get cosy at your sewing station to stitch this Jacob’s Ladder variation by Sally Ablett.
Herringbone Stitch: Scraps galore – Carolyn Forster’s strippy quilt-as-you-go design is a stash-friendly cascade of colour for you to get lost in.
Lilac Lullaby: Sweet and simple, Victoria Carrington’s darling baby quilt is an ideal project to sew for the little ones in your life.
All this, plus…
- Lin Clements offers her advice and tips on how you can get your very own quilt design published
- Jo Avery talks hand-stitching and embracing imperfections in her Creative Corner
- Jane Rae explores the textile treasures of the South of France
- Janet Clare introduces her latest stunning instalment of her Spoondrift BOTM, Hope and Anchor