Sew along with our new Block of the Month: The Vintage Home

Today's Quilter The Vintage Home quilt blocks

We’re excited to share that we’re revealing our brand new The Vintage Home Block of the Month – only available in issue 29 of Today’s Quilter magazine! Jo Avery is back – and after turning her hand to the natural world for her A Month in the Country series, now she’s heading indoors and exploring the everyday household treasures that we fill our homes… Continue reading

Friday fabric: Liberty ‘The English Garden’ collection

Liberty English Garden fabric

When it comes to fabric brands, they don’t come more iconic, or more quintessentially British, than Liberty. We’ve been sewing with their botanical-themed fabric prints for years now, so we’re over the moon that their latest range has been designed with quilting in mind. The English Garden collection combines redrawn Liberty classics dating back to the… Continue reading

Simply Christmas magazine 2017: your best festive guide

12DayofSimplyXmasCover

In case you’ve missed it, Simply Christmas magazine is our sister title that’s packed with crafty ideas for your perfect Christmas. They’re the UK’s best-selling Christmas magazine and, in association with Janome,  they’re offering you a dozen fabulous craft projects – for free this month!

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Who are your favourite quilters?

craft awards 2018 favourites

The nominations are in and the voting is now open – it’s time for the British Craft Awards 2018! This year there are 30 awards to be won, in the categories of Sewing, Quilting, Cross Stitch, Papercraft, Knitting and Crochet. This year’s Quilting category has five awards up for grabs, and some of our favourite designers and brands are in the… Continue reading

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Snuggle up with issue 29 – out now

Todays Quilter 29 cover

It’s our favourite time of the month… when our brand new issue hits the shops! Be inspired by nature with our cover quilt, up your binding game with our clever 2-in-1 binding tool and delve into the world of vintage quilts with our Devon County souvenir supplement, brought to you in collaboration with The Quilter’s Guild.Get your… Continue reading

How to bind a quilt with our 2-in-1 Binding Tool

Perhaps you’ve already heard the ‘thud’ of the new issue arriving through the letter box, or reached for it on the supermarket shelves and noticed issue 29 has not one but TWO gifts! One of which is our favourite tool for expertly finishing quilts; the 2-in-1 Binding Tool. You can get your hands on one in our online store. But… Continue reading

November free quilters templates: issue 29

Going into the woods quilt

What’s that? Issue 29 hits the shops this week? We’re very excited about this one – we’ve packed it full of wonderful wintry quilt projects for you to curl up and sew. To get you started, here are your issue 29 free quilters templates… download the PDFs today and you won’t have to cut up… Continue reading

Revealed! Our exclusive new collaboration with The Quilter’s Guild

Issue 29 Devon County Supplement

Exciting times! It’s well established that we love reproduction fabrics and quilt heritage, so when we were given the chance to work with The Quilter’s Guild on a souvenir supplement to celebrate the launch of their new Devon County fabric collection, we jumped at the chance. After months of planning, it’s finally here! When issue 29 of… Continue reading

Quilt Market round-up: 10 favourite finds

Quilt Market favourite quilts

The exhibition area of Quilt Market is a treat that Today’s Quilter always enjoys after all the hard work is finished. By this time, we’re usually tired and just getting over the jetlag while anticipating fresh jetlag on the way home! However, the quilts are a true tonic for weariness and elicit such a strong… Continue reading

Win Tilda The Harvest Collection fabric

Tilda the harvest fabric collection

To celebrate the start of our new Block of the Month series with Jo Avery, we are giving away a fantastic bundle of fabric from the delightful The Harvest Collection by Tilda. These are the fabrics that Jo users in the blocks she sews throughout the series and they really are beautiful prints that will be a treat… Continue reading