Issue 46 of Today’s Quilter is on sale now and it’s filled with beautiful quilting inspiration to inspire. Here’s what’s in store…
Fall in love the radiant rainbow hues in Lynne Goldsworthy’s medallion masterpiece, appliqué vintage blooms in Lynne Edwards’ sophisticated eight-sided design and use your favourite fabric scraps in Victoria Carrington’s stunning star-studded design. Plus, enjoy a moment to yourself with Jane Alcock’s indulgent hand-pieced mini and sew Max & Louise Pattern Co.’s antique-inspired wallhanging.
And, each issue comes complete with a gorgeous garden-themed row-by-row pattern, designed by Nicola Dodd. Stitch cabbages, carrots, beetroots and more in this versatile design – the perfect pattern to welcome spring!
- Grab your copy of issue 46 in our online store
- Get your free Garden Quilt templates
- Download our full set of quilting templates for issue 46
Sew your garden to life…
Become a green-fingered quilter with Nicola Dodd’s gorgeous garden-themed row-by-row quilt. This versatile design can be stitched in full or mixed and matched to create a unique pattern. Sew cabbages, carrots, a greenhouse and more with this intricate design and find all you need, from tips and techniques to in-depth steps, with this beautiful pattern.
What’s inside the issue?
Here’s our preview of the projects and features that you can find inside issue 46 of Today’s Quilter…
Vintage Medallion: Welcome spring with Lynne Goldsworthy’s radiant rainbow beauty.
The Secret Garden: Enjoy slow stitching with Jane Alcock’s hand-pieced mini quilt.
Springtime Sensation: Stitch pretty pastel blooms in Lynne Edwards’ eight-sided pattern.
The Colours of Cora Lyn: Appliqué sweet blooms in Max & Louise Pattern Co.’s wallhanging.
Stars at Sundown: Victoria Carrington’s two-block star quilt dazzles with a hidden design.
All this, plus great reads…
- Quilting Heritage: The Quilters’ Guild celebrates its 40th anniversary: find out how you can get involved.
- Essential Guide: Follow this step-by-step guide to creating pretty puffed patchwork.
- Countryside Quilting: Jo welcomes spring with new projects to try for Easter
- Old Traditions, New Twists: Discover the history of Hawaiian quilts & make your own with this step-by-step guide.