Issue 53 has landed!

This month, we’ve got a spectacular Log Cabin quilt, a weekend friendly appliqué project, a perfectly pieced pinwheel design and much more to keep you busy at your sewing station! What’s more, this issue also comes with two stunning, exclusive quilt patterns to add to your collection.

Order your copy here and read on to see what we’ve got in store for you this month…

Mix tawny and earthy shades to create a blissfully autumnal medallion quilt that has a distinct South American vibe by Lynne Goldsworthy, as well as a versatile one-block project from Anna Marie Galvin that’s blooming with florals reminiscent of the English countryside.

The Projects

Stars and Stripes: Classic and cosy, brush up on your strip piecing skills with Lynne Goldsworthy’s Log Cabin quilt.

Harvest Festival: Shop your stash for Jo Avery’s one-block wonder that radiates vintage style.

Swooping Swallows: Combine perfectly pieced half-square triangles and appliqué birds in this striking design from Janet Clare.

The Grand Orangery: Stitched in Liberty’s Summer House collection, Sally Ablett’s elegant pinwheel design echoes the beauty of Victorian orangeries.

Lark Through the Leaves: Celebrate the arrival of autumn and appliqué a sweet, little critter in the latest instalment of our seasonal cushion series, designed by Victoria Carrington.


All this, plus…


  • Highlights from The Festival of Quilts: All the news from 2019’s festival and its award-winning quilts and makers.
  • Old Traditions: Anne Williams opens the door to the history of the Log Cabin and finds out how modern quilter, Sarah Humphreys, is putting a contemporary twist on this classic block.
  • Essential Guide: Master pictorial quilts with Lin Clements’ expert tutorial and tell a story in your stitches.
  • Block of the Month: It’s almost time to finish Carolyn Forster’s hand-pieced sampler quilt… sew the penultimate block – Setting Star!



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