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Popular Patchwork - February 2016

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Popular Patchwork - February 2016

Popular Patchwork - February 2016
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 32.9 MB


Our fabulous February issue is all about love and thanks. We have features about quilting for others, instructions on how to turn children’s pictures into applique motifs, and projects to make for your family and friends.

On the cover is the stylish Danish Heart Tote which is perfect for work or play. If your home décor needs a quick and easy update we have two stylish cushions to choose from; Marian Turner has created a bold and graphic Hounds-tooth design and Judith Hollies has used fresh yellows and linen in her Through the Windows project. As there is still a bit of a chill in the air we have plenty of warming quilts too, from the playful Flo’s Friends children’s quilt, to the masculine Suited and Booted throw, and the eye catching Silver Lining which is a great way to show off a feature fabric. Also this month we start our three part Seasonal Sampler project which combines patchwork and applique to create an eye catching quilt.

If you are looking for a good read between projects this issue has some great features; Gillian Cooper visits Pauline Burbidge’s new exhibition, Elizabeth Betts quizzes Stuart Hillard about his quilting life before and after The Great British Sewing Bee and Anne Williams takes a look at Signature Quilts. In our regular Let’s Visit column Sarah Williamson takes us on a tour of Sheffield and in Get Creative we look as stenciling onto fabric.

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