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 quilting with us!
This month, we’re turning our attention to mastering 60-degree triangles, with exclusive mini magazine, free with the issue. Inside you’ll find Pam & Nicky Lintott’s masterclass in how to get expert results every time. Create triangles, diamonds, hexagons and tumbling blocks, with five quilt projects to try out your new, improved skills! And that’s just inside our issue supplement; wait until you see what the main magazine has in store…
Still Waters quilt: immerse yourself in beautiful details with Nichole Ramirez’s eight-pointed stars design. Pieced and quilted by Kristin Ryan.
Cathedral Windows cushion: have fun with appliqué echo quilting and layering with Pauline Ineson’s elegant project.
Rule Britannia quilt: Sew a quilt top that wows with Mandy Shaw’s patriotic design. We love her colour combination of sky blue backdrop, sweet pin rosebuds and bright red detail.
A Month in the Country BOM: This month, Jo Avery‘s made our favourite block yet! Her appliqué blackbird has got us practising our appliqué skills.
Hexagon Garden quilt: detail from Pam & Nicky Lintott‘s triangles and half hexies quilt from our Creative Triangles quilt.
Plus, great reads…
- The Essential Guide: Linda Clements shows you her clever tricks for floral fabric manipulation
- The Jane A. Stickle Quilt: Jane Rae delves into the history of this legendary heritage quilt
- Easter Celebration: The story behind a set of cathedral banners.
- From the desk of Lynne Edwards MBE: Lynne shares her tips for making quits as gifts.