Take your colours to the next level with issue 26

Today's Quilter issue 26

Our new issue is hitting the doormats of subscribers around the UK as we type this, and will officially hit UK newsstands this Thursday, 17 August. We’re sharing a sneak peek of some of our issue highlights below. (And yes, that cover quilt IS made with Kaffe Fassett fabric! We’ll show you how…)

Liberty love: issue 25 is out now

It’s here! Our long-awaited Summer Meadow cover quilt by Alice Caroline’s Alice Garrett hits the shops this week. All this luscious Liberty has got us smitten with ditsy prints and summer shades on our sewing tables. Read on to see what else you’ll discover inside issue 25…

Today’s Quilter issue 24 out now

Today's Quilter magazine issue 24

Say hello to our new issue! This month we’re all about Log Cabins…. of the quilt blocks variety that is. Our Senior Editor Jenny describes them: ‘the unsung heros of the quilting world’ and we’re delving into their history in our Log Cabin Quilts supplement, free with issue 25 of Today’s Quilter magazine. As well as inspiration galleries and… Continue reading

Jo Avery on BOMs, colour-choices & thread tips!

Wild flowers quilt block

We love hearing how you’re all getting on sewing along with our Block of the Month series. From Autumn leaves to snowflakes and issue 23’s FPP wild flowers block (pictured above), Jo Avery‘s A Month in the Country quilt blocks are inspired by nature and the countryside surrounding Jo’s home. They’re a great excuse to play around with different techniques too… Continue reading

Today’s Quilter issue 23 is out now

Today's Quilter issue 23

Our new issue hits the shops this Thursday, with subscriber copies already hitting doormats across the UK. As well as helping you to hone your EPP and appliqué skills, you’ll find a fun fashion project inside plus Mandy’s Shaw’s organiser and (of course) the latest in Jo Avery’s A Month in the Country BOM series. We’ve filled every page… Continue reading

Be inspired with issue 22 of Today’s Quilter

Today's Quilter 22 cover

Our latest issue is out today and she’s bursting with spring cheer and the mouthwateringly-delicious fabrics to give your quilting table a boost this month! Issue 22 is available now in our online store and you can download our issue templates here on the blog. It comes with one of handiest ever free gifts – a set of… Continue reading

Our very own Aurifil threads are back!

TQ19 subs NEW

We first revealed our exclusive collection of threads for Aurifil last Autumn and they went down a storm! So we’re bringing them back this month as our April gift for new UK subscribers. We’ve created this bespoke set of Aurifil threads, curated by the team at Today’s Quilter worth £41.60, and it’s perfect for sewing up classic quilts! Subscribe today… Continue reading

Get set for Spring with issue 21

Today's Quilter issue 21

Get ready to boost your sewing skills for the new season: issue 21 hits the shops this Thursday. Inside you’ll find vintage-inspired hexagons, exquisite eight-pointed stars, cathedral windows cushion, Union Jack quilt and our favourite BOM yet. Read on for our issue 21 overview… get your copy today in our online store and enjoy a fresh season of… Continue reading

Friday fabric: Flo’s Little Flowers

Lewis & Irene jelly roll

Get ready to give your spring quilts a serious boost of flower power! We’re playing with a Jelly Roll of Lewis & Irene fabric today, and we’re loving it! We’re posting these pretty bundles of pre-cuts out to new subscribers this month (visit our subscriptions store for details), and we’re lucky enough to keep one for ourselves too…. Continue reading

Inside issue 20: Master the art of Prairie patchwork

Today's Quilter issue 20

It’s arrived! After weeks of gathering up beautiful quilt projects and features, tweaking the photographs and checking the words, the waiting is over… issue 20 is out today. Our office copies have landed here at TQ towers so we couldn’t resist showing off what’s inside the issue for you. Order your copy in our online store and get ready to enjoy a burst of… Continue reading