Today’s Quilter issue 37

The sun is shining and the latest issue of Today’s Quilter is on sale this week. What could be better? Plus, create a floral heirloom featuring appliqué blooms and intricate detailing with our free Baltimore Quilts supplement!

Our new issue is overflowing with pretty pastel prints and vintage floral designs that are sure to add a touch of elegance to your home. Learn from the best with our advice from the experts: master the impressive Lone Star block with Lin Clements’ step-by-step guide, get creative and try your hand at Alicia Merrett’s vibrant improvisational piecing project and become a Log Cabin block pro. Let’s get started with our issue 37 overview…




Create your very own heirloom with the sophisticated Baltimore Quilts supplement that comes free with issue 37. You’ll learn to appliqué like a pro and create a blossoming array of fabric blooms with Shirley Bloomfield’s oh-so impressive quilting patterns in this mini mag.

Take a peek inside the issue:

Here’s our preview of the projects and features that you can find inside issue 37 of Today’s Quilter…
















My House on the Street:
 Our cover quilt this month is brimming with British charm amidst an array of pleasing colours and prints. It’s by Carolyn Forster and we’ll walk you through how to make your very own in issue 37.

















Damask Rose:
 Pam & Nicky Lintott were inspired by the beautiful Mary Rose fabric to create this graceful quilt. The subtle pinks and pastel hues will brighten up any room for summer.

















Stormy Seas Ahead:
 With a scattering of diamonds and triangles to create the impression of lapping waves, Lynne Glodsworthy’s strong design is sure to create a ripple of excitement.
















Outback Cabins:
Karen Lewis’ fresh take on a traditional block adds visual impact to this quilt, aided by the textural beauty of Gertrude Made’s tactile floral barkcloth and merino wool fabrics.

















Colourful Cushion:
 Summer is nearly upon us, so get ready and add a splash of colour to your home with this vibrant improvisational piecing project.

















The Vintage Home: Block of the month 
Our newest instalment in our series of Jo Avery’s beautiful quilt blocks continues with two new designs to sew. This button jar and a row of thread spools.

All this, plus great reads…

  • Baltimore and beyond: Celebrating 20 years of quilt-making inspired by the Baltimore tradition
  • Meet the artist: Anne Williams talks to Ruth Singer about her unique Criminal Quilts project
  • Quilting Heritage: We bid farewell to the Welsh Quilt Centre
  • Essential Guide: Discover to secrets to mastering the Lone Star block
  • From the desk of Lynne Edwards: Lynne reflects on receiving stitching tips from unexpected sources.