Issue 97 of Today’s Quilter is out now and starting off the new year with a bang! This month's classic Tree of Life cover quilt brings a sense of serenity to any room through its calming colour combination of blue and cream. If a bold and bright print is more your style, why not try your hand at the traditional medallion design, which really gives Eileen Shore's Jewel Box quilt the wow factor! Get creative with vintage-style prints and make Carolyn Forster's classic hexie quilt design, Lovely Lozenges. Or why not create the gorgeous and detailed pastoral scene that features in the Home Is Where The Hart Is quilt by Jo Colwill? This issue also includes a number of interesting features: Jane Rae reveals how stitching has restorative powers for one's physical and mental wellbeing, Renée Fleuranges-Valdes highlights the questions quilters should ask when choosing the perfect fabric for a project, and Anne Williams explores quilters' obsession with achieving perfection in their patchwork. There’s also a helpful guide from Lin Clements on how to create tilted blocks! Plus, your cover gift for issue 97 is a Quilting Past & Present supplement. Written by designer Karen Lewis, the supplement takes a look at blocks and quilting styles from the past, and how many are still popular and in use to this day. Grab your copy today!


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This month's projects...

Tree Of Life

Use time-saving templates to cut out HSTs in batches and create this traditional design with blocks on point for a forest of geometric trees!

Jewel Box

Use rich and vibrant en vogue colours to create a stunning medallion sampler to add warmth to any room.

Lovely Lozenges

Be inspired by vintage designs with hexagons arranged into bold diamond blocks around low-volume centres.

Home Is Where The Heart Is

Celebrate spring with pretty florals that seem to dance and frolic with joyful abandon.

All this plus…

  • Jane Rae explores the restorative powers of stitching
  • Anne Williams unpicks quilters' obsession with perfectionism
  • Renée Fleuranges-Valdes takes a look at what to consider when choosing fabrics for your projects
  • Lin Clements shares her expert guidance on creating tilted blocks
  • Sew the latest block in Jo Avery’s Gathering Blooms BOM series – Snowdrops

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Issue 96

Published December 2022

This month's edition of Today's Quilter is brimming with inspiration for 2023 — so it's definitely not one to be missed! The issue includes a wealth of exciting content, from a wonderful feature on scrap quilts to our stunning cover quilt Roses du Sud, which is filled with gorgeous appliqué roses and leaves. Why not sit in front of a fire… or the TV... and give this beautiful quilt a go — we think it would make a fabulous future heirloom!

  • Roses du Sud Perfect your appliqué skills and sew a future heirloom beauty featuring stunning flowers
    in gorgeous colours.
  • Nordic Charm Create a mesmerising and illusionary quilt, featuring multifaceted units and rows that dance across the design.
  • Blooming Fans Create pretty fans in floral fabrics for a delightful quilt that will have you mastering curved piecing!
  • Heritage Half-squares While away a cosy weekend indoors with this sumptuous cushion project made with a mélange of HSTs!

Issue 95

Published November 2022

We are nearly at the end of the year! How has 2022 gone so fast? We’ve seen so many beautiful projects, interesting articles and masterclass workshops appear in the pages of Today’s Quilter over the last 12 months, and this issue is no different! Hitting UK shelves on 24 November, this issue features a spectacular Lone Star project that comes together to create a stunning display of snowflakes; a prismatic curved piecing project dressed up to the nines in Kaffe Fassett prints; a fantastically floral, trapezoids and triangles project that you can utilise this issue’s gift with, plus an extra table runner project; and a sweet frame décor project to hone your appliqué skills.

  • Starry Snowflakes Sew a flurry of delicate snowflakes in a Scandinavian-inspired quilt made with two types of traditional Lone Star blocks.
  • Pattern Perfection Practise (and master!) curved piecing in Lynne Goldsworthy’s kaleidoscopic project that’s positively bursting with colour!
  • Feathers and Florals Show off a favourite fabric collection with Paula Hope’s delectable quilt that uses your trapezoid and triangle template!
  • Herringbone Runner Use the remaining fabrics from Feathers and Florals to create a matching table runner and really deck your home in style!
  • Nestle in the Pines Appliqué Andrea Walpole’s characters, Felix the fox and Paul the robin, in their cosy scene as they nestle down amongst the winter foliage.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with the beloved Kaffe Fassett to celebrate his 85th
  • Sew the latest block in Jo Avery’s Gathering Blooms BOM – Cyclamen.
  • Sarah Ashford reflects on 25 years of Fine Cell Work and the charity’s mission.
  • Discover the world of trapunto with Renée Fleuranges-Valdes.
  • Introduce pictorial blocks to your skillset with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide.

Issue 94

Published October 2022

We’re on the home straight to the festive season, quilters. Destination? Christmas! As issue 94 hits the shelves from 27 October in the UK, we’re gathering up our favourite tools and yuletide fabrics to get making ready for the big day.

  • Woodland Wonder Stitch a joyful scene full of little critters all tied up in the celebration of Christmas morning with Andrea Walpole’s utterly darling tree skirt.
  • A Log Cabin Christmas Add a little yuletide charm to the traditional and much-loved Log Cabin design, using everyone’s favourite… Liberty fabrics!
  • Hygge Christmas Create a truly unique wall-hanging to spruce up your home for the festivities with Yasmeen K Branton’s beautiful design.
  • Christmas Flowers Hone your foundation paper piecing skills with Lynne Goldsworthy’s dynamic beauty in a palette of greens, blues and reds.
  • Catch up with Andrea Walpole and learn how she turned her quilting hobby into a thriving business!
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with the incredible Danny Amazonas.
  • Add the Double Wedding Ring block to your skillset with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide, packed with top tips!
  • NEW! Start our brand-new Block of the Month series, Gathering Blooms, designed by Jo Avery.
  • Brush up on your appliqué knowledge with Reneé Fleuranges-Valdes’ Notes from the Classroom.

Issue 93

Published September 2022

The most magical time of the year is almost upon us! We’re raring to deck the halls, spread some cheer and, of course, get cosy in our sewing studios to make some fresh additions to our home in time for Christmas. That’s why we’ve packed issue 93, on sale in the UK from 29 September, with gorgeously festive projects for you to sink your needles into!

  • Marvellous Medallion Create a traditional medallion design, embodied with stunning Ohio Stars, in a nostalgic palette of blues, creams and reds!
  • A Woodland Christmas Sew a delightfully festive design in delectable Liberty prints that makes for a cosy quilt to snuggle up under on Christmas eve!
  • Christmas Stars Stitch a melange of half-square triangles that combine to make a celestial beauty in a red, green and cream colourway.
  • December Glow Use your templates with issue 93 to create a charming appliquéd and embroidered decoration for your house this holiday season!
  • Celebrate Black History Month with the story of three remarkable quilters.
  • Join Anne Williams in her FOQ special, showcasing all the winners from this year’s show.
  • Learn how to create three dimensional effects by using interwoven pieced borders in Lin Clements’ Essential Guide.
  • The final quilt design is revealed in Nicola Dodd’s Primrose Hill BOM!

Issue 92

Published September 2022

Autumn is once again upon us, quilters, and we are so excited to take advantage of the cooler weather and wrap up warm in our quilts, working away at our latest projects and indulging in something warm and sweet to drink. As we roll into a new season, you can also enjoy the latest issue of your favourite magazine, because issue 92 is out in the UK from 1 September!

More like this
  • Circles of Calm Combine orange peel and leaf units together to sew a serene and elegant beauty by Lynne Goldsworthy in beautiful Lella Boutique prints.
  • Fallen Leaves Get in the autumn mood with Pam and Nicky Lintott’s stunningly aesthetic, pieced design in Tilda’s Windy Days fabric collection!
  • Vintage Honeycomb Dive hexie template first into your stash for Carolyn Forster’s dreamy geometric quilt that’s sure to add a darling touch of vintage charm to your home!
  • Tick Tock Appliqué Andrea Walpole’s gorgeous critter clock, featuring Cyril the squirrel and Pat the Stonechat, and make a glorious timepiece for your home in the process.
  • Patchwork Perfection Release your inner crazy patchworker and create a stunning, scrappy cushion for your home, designed by Gillian Cooper. Or why not make a whole set?
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with Deirdre Bond-Abel.
  • Explore the creative and unpredictable joy of improv quilting in Jo Avery’s Maker’s Guide.
  • Choose the best batting for your projects with Renée Fleuranges-Valdes’ Notes from the Classroom.
  • Stitch the Summer House and Butterfly blocks of Nicola Dodd’s Primrose Hill BOM.
  • Become a master of interlocking blocks with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide and all her top tips!

Issue 91

Published August 2022

August is such an exciting month! With warmer weather to sit in the garden, sewing your latest WIP, the promise of cooler months ahead that are perfect for snuggling up in a quilt and, of course, The Festival of Quilts; the most fabulous date in our diary! Celebrate the best way we know how… with the latest issue of Today’s Quilter!

  • August Flowerbed Create a blooming masterpiece that’s sure to become a treasured family heirloom with Véronique Diligent’s glorious cover quilt that showcases all your skills.
  • Nova Astra Get starry-eyed with Lynne Edwards MBE’s elegant project that features stars with rolled back edges for a curvy and mesmerising look!
  • Flower Power Fall in love with the vintage style of Jo Avery’s magnificent Tumbler quilt, using large-scale patterned fabrics.
  • Darling Dutch Sew an abundance of HSTs together to create Carolyn Forster’s stunning design, inspired by a mystical antique quilt.
  • Our brand new series; Notes from the Classroom with Renée Fleuranges-Valdes. This issue, Renée talks choosing the right threads for the job!
  • Hone your pieced cornerstone skills with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide.
  • Explore the technique and history of the Quilt as you Go method with Carolyn Forster’s Maker’s Guide.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with Michael A. Cummings.
  • Find Treehouse and Bumblebee; the latest instalments of Nicola Dodd’s BOM series.

Issue 90

Published July 2022

Sunflowers blooming radiantly, picnics at the beach, the sound of joyful birdsong flowing through the window… just a few of our favourite things about July. But it’s about to be made even sweeter by the arrival of the latest issue of Today’s Quilter!

  • Harvest Haze Stitch our majestic cover quilt in all its sweet appliquéd glory! Fi Bowman’s latest addition to her seasonal series depicting swooping swallows, swifts and house martins over a joyful harvest.
  • Everlasting Love Combine fat quarters and HSTs in Nicola Dodd’s beautiful pieced project featuring a perfect duo of tulips and hearts.
  • Hidden Stars Create a unique, tied quilt that is sure to make a dent in your stash with Carolyn Forster’s scrappy, celestial delight!
  • Her Majesty’s Horse Continue The Queen’s Jubilee celebrations with a stunning, commemorative wall-hanging, designed by Jo Colwill.
  • Dive boldly first into Fearless Quilting with Renée Fleuranges-Valdes.
  • Become a master of simple curved quilting under Lin Clements’ expert guidance.
  • Explore the magnificent world of crazy quilts with Anne Williams.
  • Complete the latest instalments of Nicola Dodd’s Primrose Hill BOM, Flower Stall and Ice Cream Stand.
  • Take a sneak peek into Andrea Walpole of Raggedy Ruff Designs’ creative space!

Issue 89

Published June 2022

We hope you’ve all had a wonderful month full of Jubilee celebrations! There’s nothing quite as quintessentially British as an afternoon tea in the garden, surrounded by bunting and friends (perhaps with your latest WIP on your lap!) But don’t fret, the summertime merriment does not have to end here – because the latest issue of your favourite quilting magazine has arrived! Issue 89 of Today's Quilter is on sale in the UK from 9 June 2022.

  • Wildflower Meadow Fall in love with Irene Blanck’s utterly delightful homage to wildflowers, featuring a striking green border and showstopping appliqué detail.
  • Love Wins Celebrate Pride month with Paula Steel’s prismatic Pineapple block design in a multitude of rainbow-coloured fabrics!
  • Wonky Daisies Make a generous dent in your stash with Carolyn Forster’s cheerful, floral design made with all your treasured scraps.
  • Summer Otter Brighten up your home (quite literally) with Andrea Walpole’s unique quilted lampshade cover, featuring the sweetest little otter, Errol, and his friend Simon the kingfisher.
  • Rebecca Cartwright chats life and quilting with a disability in this issue’s Makers Guide.
  • Get a sneak peek into the spectacular African American quilts on show at this year’s The Festival of Quilts!
  • Sarah Ashford joins Anne Williams in her Creative Spaces column and dishes out all her tips for creating your very own quilting haven.
  • Master Log Cabin hexies under Lin Clements’ expert guidance.
  • Stitch the latest instalment of Nicola Dodd’s Primrose Hill BOM – Jasmine Vase and Jasmine Trellis!

Issue 88

Published May 2022

Nothing speaks to our souls quite like traditional blocks and units, salvaged scraps and classic floral prints, which is why we’ve filled this issue with all three! In issue 88, you will find a HST and appliqué design, featuring Flower and Star blocks, in sumptuous Sanderson prints; a geometric delight that combines the Ohio Star, Churn Dash and Shoo Fly blocks to complement your home all year round; a realistic tile-inspired design to hone your appliqué skills with; and a joyful, scrappy project to use even your smallest ‘crumb’ fabrics. Enjoy the latest issue of your favourite quilting magazine, arriving in the UK from 12 May.

  • The Field of Flowers Stitch our magnificent cover quilt this issue; Lynne Goldsworthy’s charming design that radiates the beauty of summer!
  • Liberty Dream Combine a delectable fabric bundle of Emily Belle Brights from iconic brand, Liberty, with three classic quilting blocks to make a geometric beauty whose prints shine through on a crisp, white background.
  • Compass Rose Appliqué your way through Lynne Edwards MBE’s Set in Stone design for some soothing slow stitching, featuring gorgeous fabrics and meticulous accuracy.
  • Mary’s Garden Make a dent in your stash and create a prismatic, appliquéd ‘crumb quilt’, designed by Emily Bailey, where even the tiniest of scraps get put to good use!
  • Become a master of the glorious Mariner’s Compass design under Lin Clements’ expert wing.
  • Deirdre Bond-Abel welcomes us into her creative space for a sneak peek at her workflow.
  • Anne Williams joins Manjit Jheeta and our very own Technical Editor, Paula Hope, to chat about a fantastic community project, the Guru Nanak Tapestry.
  • Explore magnificent African fabrics with the fabulous Kena Tangi Dorsey’s Maker’s Guide!
  • Sew the latest instalments of Nicola Dodd’s sweet Primrose Hill BOM series, Street Lamp and Bouquet.

Issue 87

Published April 2022

It’s our favourite time of the month – Issue 87 of Today’s Quilter has arrived! In our brand-new issue, we’ve got a stunning medallion quilt that’s perfect for spring; a delightful floral quilt that perfectly embodies the delights of the season; a charming mini quilt that features exquisite quilting detail; and a traditional Welsh frame quilt that’s steeped in history and is sure to make a dent in your stash! Not only that, but Issue 87 also comes with a fantastic set of quilt labels that are perfect for adding that special finishing touch to your quilts. Plus, Diary Dates has finally returned with info on quilting shows and exhibitions near you!

  • Maypole Medallion Stitch our sensational cover quilt this month and hone your Y-seams skills in the process with Lynne Goldsworthy’s magnificent medallion.
  • Gillyflower Sew a mesmerising carnations design using a Layer Cake in Nicola Dodd’s vintage-inspired design!
  • Little Beauty Create a striking and satisfyingly symmetrical miniature quilt with Kumiko Frydl’s delicate project, featuring a palette of bold fuchsia and crisp white.
  • Cariad Mawr Discover the history and tradition of a design that transcends time with Carolyn Forster’s Welsh beauty!
  • Master single shape appliqué with Lin Clements’ fabulous Essential Guide.
  • Discover the wonderful world of miniature quilts with Anne Williams.
  • Fall in love with embroidered Welsh wholecloth quilts with Lynne Edwards MBE’s spectacular Maker’s Guide.
  • Get a sneak peek of designer Karen Lewis’ sewing station in our Creative Spaces feature.
  • Stitch the latest instalment of Nicola Dodd’s Primrose Hill BOM, Delicatessen and Post Box.

Issue 86

Published March 2022

Issue 86 is here! That’s right, along with beautiful, lighter evenings, wildlife awakening from their winter slumber, and the promise of warmer weather in the air, the latest issue of Today’s Quilter arrives on shelves in the UK from 17 March. In our brand-new issue, you’ll find a magnificent medallion in perfect countrified shades; a classic, timeless design to master; a sweet appliquéd cushion to stitch over a long weekend; and a bright and bold Jelly Roll quilt in Anna Maria Horner prints.

  • Aunt Ella’s Quilt Stitch this month’s glorious cover quilt – a beautiful combination of medallion setting and appliqué detail – Deirdre Bond-Abel’s gorgeous farmhouse beauty.
  • Vintage Beauty Fall in love with the traditional Double Wedding Ring; a design that has stood the test of time. And with Lynne Goldsworthy’s project, you can avoid all those tricky Y-seams!
  • Spring Badger Welcome in the new season with Bernard the Badger and Bob the Blue Tit on Andrea Walpole’s gorgeous cushion project.
  • Festival Lights Sew Pam and Nicky Lintott’s incredible and vibrant Jelly Roll project, perfect for showing off a favourite collection!
  • Master creating the illusion of curves in Lin Clements’ excellent Essential Guide.
  • Stitch Nicola Dodd’s latest designs in her Primrose Hill BOM; Park Railings and Bookshop! Plus, catch Nicola in conversation with Anne Williams in our Designer Profile!
  • Become a sustainable stasher with Carole Lyles Shaw’s expert tips!
  • Get a sneak peek into Carolyn Forster’s sewing haven!

Issue 85

Published February 2022

January is over and spring is in our sights! And as TQ Editor, Fiona, mentions in her welcome letter to you this month, we hope that our latest issue brightens your day and is a welcome distraction to these gloomy winter days! So, why not discover all the stunning projects, inspiring news and more quilt-y delights in issue 85, out in the UK from 17 February.

  • Regent Star Put your favourite fabric collection to good use with Emma Newman’s kaleidoscopic and cheerful quilt, our gorgeous cover project this issue.
  • Lady of the Lake Combine pinks, greens, blues and neutrals and put a fresh twist on a classic design with Lynne Goldsworthy’s latest beauty!
  • Signs of Spring Prepare to be blown away by Fi Bowman’s stunning Morris-inspired design, featuring impeccably detailed appliqué and beautiful blocks.
  • Marblled Belle
    Pick from your stash with Carolyn Forster’s scrappy delight that’s sure to help you hone your curved piecing skills!
  • Discover simple band quilts with Lin Clements’ expertise in her jam-packed Essential Guide.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with the brilliant Alice Beasley as they chat about her striking figurative creations
  • Explore Set in Stone quilts with Lynne Edwards’ masterclass!
  • Get an exclusive behind the scenes peek at Nicola Dodd’s creative space.
  • Plus, stitch the latest in our Primrose Hill BOM series – Clematis Trellis and Park Gates.

Issue 84

Published January 2022

A new year has arrived, quilters! We hope you’ve had a lovely start to 2022 – and it’s about to get even better with the arrival of issue 84, on sale in the UK from 20th January! With Jack frost working his magic throughout the winter season, you’ve got no excuse not to put on a pot of tea, grab yourself your cosiest, snuggest quilt to hunker down into with our latest issue.

  • Norwegian Nights Stitch our breath-taking, folk-esque cover quilt this issue, designed by Lin Clements, in an array of beautiful prints on a solid and strong royal blue background.
  • In the Night Sky Show off a favourite fabric collection in Lynne Goldsworthy’s out-of-this-world Pineapple block quilt!
  • Mix and Match Make a dent in your stash with Carolyn Forster’s majestic scrappy design, made up of a variety of simple strips!
  • Ohio in Springtime Breathe a new lease of life into the classic Ohio Star block with Karen Lewis’ cheerful and countrified quilt.
  • The next in the Primrose Hill BOM series! Spend a weekend with the Market Basket and Clematis Vase blocks.
  • Explore working with hexagons in Lin Clement’s expert Essential Guide that’s full to the brim of her top tips!
  • Discover beautiful world fabrics with the wonderful Lynette S. Warren.
  • Find your new favourite podcast to listen to as you sew with Anne Williams in Inspiration: Online Talks.
  • Enjoy your exclusive gift with this issue; a brilliant set of 120 paper hexagons for English paper piecing!

Issue 83

Published December 2021

Can you believe it’s the final TQ issue of the year! Where has the time gone? As we hunker down to welcome in the new year and all the exciting possibilities it holds, why not gather inspiration for 2022 from issue 83 – out in the UK from 22 December!

  • Colourful Compasses Stitch a showstopping compass pattern in a cheerful, rainbow palette for a quilt that will look darling anywhere in your home!
  • Star Bright Put a fresh twist on the traditional Star design in a charming one-block-wonder project that’s sure to hone your y-seams skills!
  • Baskets of Joy Sew Sally Ablett’s colourful Basket block design to show off a favourite fabric collection – perfect for some spring quilting!
  • Vintage Diamonds Make a dent in your stash with Carolyn Forster’s scrappy, hand-pieced World Without End quilt!
  • It’s the finale of Sarah Ashford’s Creating Connections column, and to finish off in style, she’s exploring how quilts are good for the soul.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with the fabulous Sujata Shah about her life, work and passion for fabrics and quilting.
  • Sew the next instalment in Nicola Dodd’s Primrose Hill BOM.
  • Discover pictorial Tree blocks with Lin Clement’s Essential Guide.
  • Read all about the intriguing history behind The Quilters’ Guild Collection’s Scott Log Cabin quilt!

Issue 82

Published November 2021

Christmas is well and truly knocking on our door, and here at Today’s Quilter HQ, we’re already planning on which festive quilts are going where, when we can finally put the tree up and where the best places to hide the presents are! And after a long day, there’s nothing we’re looking forward to more than making a cup of cocoa, putting our feet up and getting cosy with issue 82 of Today’s Quilter.

  • Softly Falling Snow Capture the spirit of winter in Fi Bowman’s masterful cover quilt that incorporates much of William Morris’ signature style.
  • Soaring High Create a mélange of harmonious blue and cream HSTs in Lynne Goldsworthy’s tranquil, symmetrical design.
  • Cross My Heart Dig through your scrap basket to make a variety of HSTs for Carolyn Forster’s colourful, vintage-inspired Crosses quilt.
  • Warm Winter Wishes Hone your appliqué skills and get cosy over a long weekend with Yasmeen K. Branton’s winter cushion, the latest in her seasonal series.
  • Tobias and the Angel Sew a beautiful frame quilt that’s sure to become a family heirloom, inspired by a quilt hidden behind a painting in a London antique shop.
  • Primrose Hill’s next block in the BOM series! Take a stroll with a coffee and a pastry through Primrose Terrace.
  • Reminisce on summer with Lin Clements’ Hawaiian appliqué Essential Guide!
  • Explore how we infuse our personal beliefs into our work alongside Sarah Ashford in her Creating Connections column.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with the brilliant Adaku Parker, as they chat about Adaku’s incredible work and passion for African Wax Print fabric.
  • Enjoy your gift with this issue – two handy pieced flower templates.

Issue 81

Published October 2021

As we’re heading closer to the new year, clinking glasses of fizz, thinking up our resolutions and prepping for celebrations, take some time to sit down, put your feet up and peruse the fantastic projects and features on offer in our brand-new issue.

  • Chestnut Cabin Kindle a little Log Cabin love for our showstopping cover star this month, Alison Wood’s one-block-wonder in a red and gold colourway.
  • Winter Stars Combine two sumptuous blocks for Lynne Goldsworthy’s charming stars design.
  • Hanger Projects Stitch our three beautiful mini quilts to go with your hanger gift – No Place Like Home, Winter Glow and Under the Mistletoe.
  • All Squared Up! Gather some of your most treasured scraps and fabric collections from your stash to stitch Carolyn Forster’s geometric beauty.
  • Christmas Morning Join Benjamin and Hazel mouse under the tree on Christmas day with Andrea Walpole’s sweet, festive scene.
  • Our brand-new BOM designed by Nicola Dodd, Primrose Hill – stitch the first block now (see below)!
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with the wonderful Susie Koren, chatting all about her landscape-inspired work.
  • Sarah Ashford highlights different quilting organisations that enhance our brilliant community.
  • Hone your EPP skills and create mesmerising, kaleidoscopic designs with Lin Clements’ master fussy-cutting EPP workshop in her Essential Guide.

Issue 80

Published September 2021

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Made even better by the arrival of issue 80, full of projects inspired by the magic and wonderment of the Yuletide. Pull your festive fabrics from your stash, light the fire and pop some uplifting jingles on as you sew your way through the season!

  • Cranberries and Cream Would it really be Christmas without a red and white beauty? We think not! Stitch Lynne Goldsworthy’s delicious HST design.
  • Rustic Dishes Breathe a new lease of life into a pattern that has stood the test of time with Alison Wood’s latest project in a quintessentially countrified colour palette.
  • Mill and Stars Fall in love with the vintage, 1930’s inspired look of Carolyn Forster’s scrappy design – a project that’s sure to make a dent in your stash.
  • Christmas Cracker Sew the perfect quilt to snuggle up with on Christmas Eve with Julie Taylor’s festive project in an array of sumptuous Liberty prints.
    The final instalment of Karen Styles’ Rippon Lea BOM is here! So, grab all your blocks and get stitching them all together.
  • Read all about this year's winners at The Festival of Quilts with a very special feature from Anne Williams.
  • Discover or rekindle your love for English paper piecing with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide.
  • Find out how Sarah Ashford is influenced by the seasons in her work.
  • Explore The Quilters’ Guild Collection with curator Heather Audin; this month we’re looking at a 19th century patchwork Huswif!

Issue 79

Published September 2021

We’ve officially stepped over the threshold into September, and it seems that the golden trees, crisp mornings and cosy evenings of Autumn are approaching fast, and with its arrival comes the latest issue of your favourite magazine.

  • Célestine Quilt Stitch an appliquéd medallion that’s sure to become a family heirloom to cherish for years to come with Véronique Diligent’s showstopping cover project.
  • Butterfly Garden Celebrate the last of the summer haze with Sally Ablett’s beautiful flower and butterfly blocks quilt in a melange of Liberty’s Flower Show Midsummer prints.
  • Rosehip Sew Nicola Dodd’s elegant precuts project that exudes the style of the Arts and Crafts era – a one-block-wonder inspired by a William de Morgan tile.
  • Sunset Silhouette Pick out some colourful solids from your stash for Jo Avery’s serene wall-hanging, perfect for honing your improv piecing skills.
  • Autumn Bounty Appliqué Yasmeen K Branton’s sweet, harvest-themed cushion, the third in our seasonal series, to help you welcome in the new season!
  • Anne Williams catches up with the co-curators of the exciting QUILTS: Resurgence exhibition.
  • Master undulating seams under Lin Clements’ expert guidance in this issue’s Essential Guide.
  • Read all about The Quilters’ Guild Collection’s New Look jacket by Winifred Childs, a stunningly unique garment that has stood the test of time.
  • Explore the fantastical world of colour with Sarah Ashford.
  • Stitch the latest instalment of Karen Styles’ BOM series, the lovely Violet block.

Issue 78

Published August 2021

This month, we’ve got a delectable Dresden Plate reimagination in the form of our glorious cover quilt; a classic Schoolhouse with a twist Layer Cake project; a rosy, garden-themed quilt that’s just perfect for the current season; and a duo of quilts from the quilting world’s very own dynamic duo!

  • Flowering Dresden Prepare to be blown away by Jo Avery’s stunning cover quilt this issue: her intricate and refreshing Dresden daisies beauty!
  • Back to School Put your favourite Layer Cake to good use with Nicola Dodd’s sweet row-by-row quilt, featuring scenes of happy school children.
  • Fun of the Fair Use just two units in Pam and Nicky Lintott’s mesmerising, kaleidoscopic project in a rainbow spectrum of beautiful colours!
  • Petunia Trellis Combine blues, greens, pinks and yellows in Victoria Carrington’s delightful design to create a magical garden reverie in fabric and stitch.
  • Step Into Spring Use all your spare HSTs from Fun of the Fair to make a wonderful diamonds design with Pam and Nicky Lintott’s bonus project.
  • Conquer sewing curves and circles with Lin Clements’ expert guidance in her latest Essential Guide.
  • Take a whistle-stop tour of stitching styles across the world with Sarah Ashford.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with the wonderful Sheila Frampton-Cooper and hear all about her quilting journey.
  • Sew the eleventh instalment of Karen Styles’ Rippon Lea BOM – the gorgeous Ivy Border.

Issue 77

Published July 2021

In this issue, you will find a wondrous heirloom-in-the-making, full of intricate appliqué work; a 3D-illusion in fabric in the form of a Tumbling Blocks quilt; a dreamy row quilt featuring a variety of flower blocks; a scrap-busting hexagon beauty; and a delectable bag project that’s as pretty as it is practical!

  • Orange Sherbert Hone your appliqué skills and make something magical with our glorious cover project by Irene Blanck – a design that’s as delicious as its namesake!
  • Royal Blue Breathe new life into the traditional Tumbling Blocks design and allow yourself to be mesmerised by the 3D qualities of Lynne Goldsworthy’s quilt.
  • Secret Garden Create a rosy row-by-row quilt by Lynne Goldsworthy that’s sure to look absolutely darling in your conservatory, summer-house or any room in your home!
  • Hexagon Daisies Master pieced hexies with Carolyn Forster’s cheerful project that is bound to make a dent in your treasured scraps stash.
  • Blossom and Bird Use your exclusive appliqué templates that come with issue 77 to stitch Heather Nugent’s delightful tote bag over a slow weekend.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with beloved designer, Petra Prins.
  • Celebrate the act of quilting for a cause with Sarah Ashford.
  • Take a masterclass in Basket Blocks with Lin Clements.
  • Uncover the story of the QGBI Collection’s Wellington Quilt.
  • Sew the latest instalment of Karen Styles’ Rippon Lea Block of the Month series, Water Lily.

Issue 76

Published June 2021

This month, we have a delightful, summery pre-cuts project that’s perfect for picnic outings and for wrapping up in for the cooler evenings; a soothing and symmetrical Dresden design that’s ideal for using up fat quarters; a tantalising curved-piecing project in an eclectic colourway; a sumptuous cushion project to get stuck into over a long weekend; and a handy bag project to top it all off!

  • Bring Me Sunshine Joyful by name, joyful by nature is Nicola Dodd’s beautiful Baskets quilt – our wonderful cover quilt this issue, featuring retro blooms and gingham prints.
  • Dresden Delight Put your most treasured scraps to good use in Lynne Goldsworthy’s colourful beauty – a beloved design amongst quilters!
  • Flowering Snowball Combine a delectable palette of corals and blues with a traditional design in Jo Avery’s stunning project.
  • Strawberry Tea Appliqué your way through a sweet cushion project, designed by Yasmeen K. Branton, in time for summer – the latest instalment of our seasonal series!
  • Shoreline Bag Sew Debbie von Grabler-Crozier’s pretty and practical beach bag – perfect for those daytrips to the seaside – featuring twee beach huts in an array of colours all in a row.
  • Join Sarah Ashford on a trip down memory lane as she explores quilts and practices of yesteryear and how they shape our view of quilting today.
  • Learn all about Barbara Brackman, author of Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, her life, work and love of quilting blocks.
  • Master diamonds and the tessellating designs they can create in quilts with Lin Clements’ expert guidance.
  • Sew the ninth instalment of Karen Styles’ Rippon Lea BOM – Daisy Chain.

Issue 75

Published May 2021

This month, find a scrapbusting quilt as well as one featuring Snowball units and Bowtie blocks in a two-tone palette; a kaleidoscope design with stunning secondary designs; and a sweet wall-hanging project to create a portrait of your favourite furry friend.

  • Web of Stars Stitch a beautiful and scrap-tastic project by Carolyn Forster, using the Star and Spider’s Web design, that’s sure to make a dent in your stash!
  • Prism of Light Fall in love with the kaleidoscopic symmetry of Lynne Goldsworthy’s multicoloured project.
  • French Lace With just a Jelly Roll, create an elegant quilt in a traditional red and white colourway to complement any room in your home.
  • Pet Portrait Get creative with Katie Essam’s unique and personalised project that will hone your applique and freehand machine-embroidery skills!
  • Join Anne Williams in an exciting feature all about The Festival of Quilts to celebrate its return for 2021.
  • Uncover the fascinating history of The Quilters’ Guild of the British Isles Collection’s Hermann Korf’s Wool Coverlet with curator, Heather Audin.
  • Explore the influences the great outdoors can have on our quilting practices with Sarah Ashford.
  • Master machine-quilting at home with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide.
  • Stitch the eighth block in our Rippon Lea series – Camellia.

Issue 74

Published April 2021

This month, we have a sumptuous Pickle Dish project in a medley of blues, greens, reds and yellows; a sparkling star design that dances across the quilt to magnificent effect; a wonderful Eight-Pointed Star and Double Monkey Wrench block project; a tranquil take on a traditional design and a lovely cushion project to brighten up your living room.

  • Garden Games Stitch this month’s cover quilt; a cheerful and lively Pickle Dish design from Lynne Goldsworthy. It’s sure to add a touch of joy to any room in the house!
  • Shimmer Star Fall in love with colour and pattern with a kaleidoscopic masterpiece from the brilliant Kaffe Fasset.
  • Hilltop Meadow Delve into your favourite summery fabrics for Sally Ablett’s delightful two-block beauty in a bright and breezy colourway.
  • River Cabin Sew Karen Lewis’ serene Irish Chain design and Log Cabin variation in a calming palette of blues, lilacs and golds.
  • Window Box Blooms Appliqué your way through a sunny weekend with this whimsical cushion project from Jo Avery – perfect for getting some slow stitching in!
  • Join Ann Williams on her exploration of North Country quilts.
  • Master machine quilting at home with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide.
  • Discover The Quilters’ Guild of the British Isles’ fascinating Inlaid Patchwork Coverlet.
  • Sarah Ashford is back with her Creating Connections column to talk all about how we commemorate and celebrate people and events in our quilts.
  • Stitch the latest instalment of the Rippon Lea BOM, Rose.

Issue 73

Published March 2021

This month, we’ve got a stunning ‘stitch and flip’ project on a background of sumptuous navy fabric that allows its unique units to pop; a traditional two-block beauty in a balanced colourway of both warm and cool tones across the board; a breathtaking chain quilt in an explosion of colour; and a delightful spring-themed cushion – the first in a seasonal series – that will have you honing your appliqué skills! Your issue also includes a magnificent mini-quilts supplement with 9 designs from Deirdre Bond-Abel of Hat Creek Quilts – this is not one to miss!

  • Berries and Birds Sew Nicola Dodd’s stunning ode to William Morris’ beloved print, Strawberry Thief, in her unique design with a contemporary twist.
  • Sunny Schoolhouse Combine two popular blocks in Lynne Goldsworthy’s joyous design that will look fabulous draped on any bed or sofa this season!
  • Daisy Chain Stitch a rainbow-toned chain quilt and practise your curved piecing with this beautiful project from Brigitte Giblin that will help you make a dent in your stash.
  • Sweet Seedlings Hone your appliqué skills with the first in a seasonal series from Yasmeen K Branton. This darling cushion in a pink and purple colourway is the perfect way to welcome spring into your home!
  • Join Lin Clements as she continues her exploration of colour in her latest Essential Guide, all about using colour schemes and wheels to find the perfect shades for your quilts.
  • Discover the 19th century Sheriff Hutton quilt with Curator of The Quilters’ Guild Collection, Heather Audin.
  • Catch up with Sarah Ashford in her Creating Connections column as she explores the impact of quilting for family and friends.
  • Anne Williams chats with the designer of this months’ project, Daisy Chain, Brigitte Giblin.
  • Stitch the sixth block in Karen Styles’ Rippon Lea BOM – Spring Baskets.

Issue 72

Published February 2021

This issue, we’ve got a stunning rosy design that’s just as geometric in its style as it is in its dimensions; a mesmerising, multicoloured quilt that provides a myriad of colourway variations to play with; a delectable EPP project featuring adorable appliquéd birds; and an endearing home accessory project that will have you falling in love with new techniques over a cosy weekend indoors.

  • The Walled Garden Gracing our cover this month is Victoria Carrington’s beautiful scrappy quilt in a blooming palette of pinks and greens that exudes charm with its unique dimensions.
  • Love-lock Chains Challenge yourself to stick to solid fabrics with Sally Ablett’s rainbow-coloured quilt that is sure to become an evergreen piece to decorate your home with.
  • Hexi Birds Hone your English Paper Piecing skills with Lynette Anderson’s beautiful heirloom-in-the-making in a sweet palette of blues, indigos and lilacs.
  • A Visit to Pincushions Practise the art of thread sketching with Katie Essam’s delightful draught excluder and doorstop project, featuring the quaint Pincushions haberdashery shop!
  • Become a colour connoisseur with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide on understanding colour.
  • Join Anne Williams in conversation with textile artist, Christine Green, on her liberated approach to quilting.
  • Our new columnist, the fabulous Sarah Ashford, chats social media and explores how it can bring us together now more than ever.
  • Uncover the fascinating history behind Ina MacRae’s Mosaic Coverlet.
  • Stitch the latest instalment of Karen Styles’ Rippon Lea BOM – Sweet Pea.

Issue 71

Published January 2021

We're bringing a burst of fresh inspiration to your quilting with this stunning issue for the new year ahead, as well as some delightedly chintz and traditional knot quilt patterns. With a new year comes fresh ideas to conjure up, new fabric collections to fawn over and the latest issue of your favourite quilting magazine! This month, we have an elegant diamonds quilt in a palette of rich reds and blues; a vintage-style hand-piecing project, inspired by a treasured quilt from yesteryear; a calming and nautical foundation paper pieced wall-hanging and a stunning teapot quilt that’s will perfectly decorate your home in time for spring’s upcoming arrival.

  • Cashmere Diamonds Showcase a favourite fabric collection in this beautiful quilt, featuring a trio of dazzling diamonds that create a truly mesmerising design.
  • Vintage Teapots Let your favourite ditsy prints sing in Tilda’s World’s gorgeous teapots quilt that has us dreaming of summertime street parties.
  • Calm Waters Foundation paper piece the hours away with Diane Morrison’s stunning wall-hanging design that encapsulates a nautical, fresh coastal scene.
  • Lover’s Promise Fall in love with Carolyn Forster’s hand-pieced beauty that was inspired by a much-loved vintage quilt that this project brings to life.
  • Sarah Ashford kicks off her brilliant new column, Creating Connections
  • Take a masterclass in tessellations under the expert guidance of Lin Clements in her latest Essential Guide
  • Join Anne Williams as she chats with quilter and designer, Sarah Hibbert, about how she’s breathing new life into old traditions
  • Discover Eleanor Skinner’s Carpet Patchwork with Heather Audin
  • Complete Karen Styles’ latest instalment of her Rippon Lea BOM series, Hyacinth.

Issue 70

Published December 2020

This issue, we have an earthy-toned beauty inspired by Australian interiors; a kaleidoscopic one-block-wonder in a palette of raspberry and blue; a scrappy borders project to delve into your stash for; and a wonderful fabric birthday book, ideal for storing all your cards, envelopes and stamps so you never miss a loved one’s special day!

  • Launceston Tiles: This month’s majestic cover project is Deirdre Bond-Abel’s tile-inspired quilt in a harmonized terracotta and blue colourway.
  • Angel Cottage: Sew a stunning medallion quilt in all your most treasured scraps with Judy Newman’s project, inspired by a real life 400-year-old cottage!
  • Block Magic: Rotate a single block to create a mesmerising design with minimal effort in a rosy palette that’s sure to brighten up January’s dark evenings!
  • Birthday Book: Hone your appliqué skills over a weekend of stitching with Anne Varley’s beautiful and unique project that’s just as practical as it is pretty!
  • Mary Mayne is back to complete her three-part Scrap Bag series and leaves us with her best scrap-salvaging tips and a delightful cushion project
  • Anne Williams chats with textile artist, Magenta Kang, about how she puts her own twist on an ancient Korean tradition
  • Master Clamshell Patchwork with Lin Clements’ Essential Guide
Today's Quilter magazine issue 69

Issue 69

Published November 2020

  • Medallion magic: Lynne Goldsworthy’s technicolour medallion quilt
  • Two-block design: Sew an abundance of HST’s and QST’s in Sally Ablett’s two-block beauty
  • Master curved piecing as you go with Julie Taylor’s elegant wedding ring quilt.
  • Hand-stitched: Find some time to do some soothing hand-stitching with our festive, yet evergreen, wall-hangings
  • Pictoral quilts: Anne Williams explores what makes pictorial quilts so magical with a beautiful selection of example
Today's Quilter magazine issue 68 cover

Issue 68

Published October 2020

  • Star Bright: sew our magical cover quilt, Lynne Goldsworthy’s festive two-block design
  • Joyeux Noël: Stitch a quilt that sings with yuletide cheer with Amanda Little’s comforting Christmas star design
  • Folded Fancies: Add some fabric pizzazz to your décor.
  • The Grape Thieves: Fall in love with the stunning motifs and prints in Fi Bowman’s delectable William Morris design
  • Tiddlywinks: Show off your curved piecing with Susan Ache’s minimalist, two-toned, festive quilt.
  • ’Twas the Night Before Christmas supplement
  • New Block of the Month: The stunning Rippon Lea by Karen Styles, starting with her first instalment, Petunia.
Today's Quilter magazine issue 68

Issue 67

Published October 2020

  • Stars and Dashes: Get into the Christmas spirit with our stunning cover project by Lynne Goldsworthy
  • Austen Heirloom: Sew Sally Ablett’s glorious design based on the iconic Jane Austen coverlet
  • Sweetbriar: Piece a unique, geometric design from Nicola Dodd in rosy prints and soft greens.
  • Perfect Poinsettia: Stitch a satisfying weekend project with Yasmeen K. Branton’s appliquéd cushion
  • Anne Williams delves into the BAMPFA’s unparalleled collection of African American quilts
  • Master working with wool fabrics under the expert guidance of Lin Clements
  • Finish your very own Spoondrift quilt by gathering all your blocks from the series and choose
Today's Quilter issue 66

Issue 66

Published September 2020

  • Handy hexagon tool!
  • Lynne Goldsworthy’s kaleidoscopic quilt pattern
  • Sally Ablett’s striking geometric quilt in Liberty prints.
  • Give your home a little New York style with a one-block, showstopping design in Bari J fabric
  • Settle down at your sewing station to make a delightful sewing purse
  • Appliqué a pretty village of houses with Sallieann Harrison’s wonderful wallhanging!
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Issue 65

Published August 2020

  • Wedding Bells: Appliqué Jo Avery’s Double Wedding Ring quilt
  • Waves of Colour: Stitch Alison Wood’s calming Bargello quilt in a serene blue and lilac colourway
  • Rustic Rainbow: Add a colourful twist to the traditional Half Log Cabin with Amanda Little’s latest creation
  • Nouveau Roses: Hone your reverse appliqué skills and stitch a decorative cushion in stained-glass style.
  • Essential Guide: Become an expert of corded quilting with Lin Clements masterclass.
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Issue 64

Published July 2020

  • Garden of Roses: Stitch Sharon Keightley’s enchanting two-toned quilt featuring a bloom of darling appliqué florals.
  • Liberty Lone Star: Show off your favourite fabric collection in this delightful strip-pieced Lone Star from Jenni Smith. She has used a set of luscious Liberty prints to really make the design shine.
  • Tulips of Amsterdam: Get inspired by the beautiful city of Amsterdam as Nicola Dodd has done in her stunning pictorial quilt, featuring the city’s signature flowers and canals!
  • Cosy Carnations: Stitch this satisfying weekend project: a cushion inspired by Baltimore album quilts.
  • Learn all about disappearing blocks: with Lin Clements in her latest Essential Guide
Today's Quilter magazine issue 63
Today's Quilter issue 63

Issue 63

Published June 2020

  • Tulip Bouquets: Add a little floral flair to your home with Victoria Carrington’s stunning fabric folding project in Tilda and Makower Bijoux prints.
  • True Blue: Gather shades of serene blue to feature on a contrasting white background adorned with a flock of Flying Geese to create Sally Ablett’s latest quilt.
  • String-Sane: Sew up strips of your most treasured scraps and make a dent in your stash as you create Sarah Fielke’s pretty strings quilt.
  • Friendship Braid: Showcase a sumptuous Liberty fabric collection in Amanda Little’s variation of the French braid that will shine no matter the season.
  • Spring Bunny Tea Cosy: Hone your appliqué skills with Anne Varley’s delightful tea cosy, featuring a sweet spring bunny, and add a bit of quilted magic to your kitchen.
Today Quilter issue 62

Issue 62

Published May 2020

Issue 62 is full of fabric inspiration, latest quilt-y news and projects galore! We have a sweet Log Cabin quilt in beautiful, pastel shades for you to show off some of your favourite prints; a striking fat quarter project in a beautiful sunset palette; an enchanting, Venetian-style millefiori project to delve into your stash for; and a sweet, retro-themed oven glove and potholder set with appliqué detail to give your kitchen a little makeover!

Today's Quilter issue 61
Today's Quilter issue 61

Issue 61

Published April 2020

This issue included a beautiful vintage-style project for you to stitch up while making a dent in your scraps stash; a modern take on the stunning Sunflower and Hearts heritage quilt in a Springtime palette of pinks and greens; a bright and airy design made entirely of half-square triangles; a delightful, Midwestern-inspired quilt in Sharon Holland’s Spirited collection; and a cheerful Hawaiian-themed tote bag to whip up over a weekend.

Today's Quilter magazine issue 60

Issue 60

Published March 2020

This issue we have a clever Union Square variant in pretty pastels; a satisfying weekend project in a myriad of blues and pinks that will spruce up your dining-room; a beautiful, sun-kissed North Country Quilt inspired quilt; a speedy ‘Magic 8’ project that will help you make a favourite fabric collection shine; and a glorious row-by-row project straight from the intricate interiors of Morocco. Order your copy today in our online store.

  • Paradise Found: Our gorgeous cover quilt this issue is Nicola Dodd’s spring themed quilt, featuring two variants of the Union Square block!
  • Meriwether Meadow: From Art Gallery Fabrics comes this stunning Magic 8 method design, perfect for infusing a little colour into your home.
  • Moroccan Magic: Jo Avery combines red, white and blue with aqua in her evocative Moorish tile project that’s bursting with summer tones.
  • Paved with Gold: Carolyn Forster gets inspired by North Country Quilts in this radiant quilt in yellows and golds!
  • Amethyst Appliqué tablerunner: Put your appliqué skills to the test and decorate your dining-room table in the process with Yasmeen K Branton’s pretty table runner.
  • Lin Clements makes sense of equilateral triangle techniques with her expert advice
  • Block of the month: Janet Clare is back with her sixth block of the month in her Spoondrift series, Mariner’s Compass.
Today's Quilter magazine issue 59
Today's Quilter magazine, issue 59

Issue 59

Published February 2020

We have a bright and breezy Milkmaid’s Star quilt in a calming blue and white colourway; a satisfying floral weekend project, a show-stopping Lonestar quilt; an appliqué project to put your hand-piecing skills to the test; and a glorious foundation paper pieced beauty to get stuck into! Order your copy today in our online store!

  • Blue Belle quilt: Carolyn Forster’s Milkmaid’s Star beauty
  • Primrose Parade: Lin Clements’ foundation paper pieced masterpiece
  • Garden Trellis: Deirdre Bond-Abel is back with yet another beautiful appliqué quilt
  • Fruit Starburst: Jo Avery combines Lonestar blocks with lively colours
  • Oh, Petal: Wear your work with pride with this delightful floral tote bag
  • Lin Clements dishes out her knowledge on the delicate practice of kantha quilting
  • Jane Rae flies us to Alabama for her next travelling quilter adventure
  • Janet Clare introduces the next Spoondrift block, Seaweed.
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Issue 58

Published January 2020


Savour the last few weeks of Winter and cosy up with issue 58 of Today’s Quilter, packed with delectable projects to inspire you for your first projects of 2020! We’ve got Spring-themed projects to get you on track to welcoming a new season; scrap-friendly designs to make a dent in your stash; geometrical showstoppers, including a pineapple block quilt; a layer cake project to get stuck into and a sweet appliqué cushion to freshen up your sofa. Anne Williams discovers the surprising repurposing of the feed sack of America’s yesteryear while Lin Clements helps you perfect your Bargello patchwork skills with our Essential Guide.


Fiona Lawrence
Fiona LawrenceEditor, Today's Quilter magazine

Having worked in the publishing industry for almost 20 years, Fiona has worked in most positions, from sub editor working up to becoming editor of Today’s Quilter. Working with experts like Lin Clements and Laura Pritchard plus incredibly talented designers on Today’s Quilter magazine, Fiona has learnt everything she know about the wonderful world of quilting. Every day she picks up new skills and can’t wait to see what else she’ll learn and what projects she’ll make in the future.

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