Today’s Quilter issue 41

Issue 41 of Today’s Quilter is the only quilting magazine you’ll need this Christmas Season. Here’s what’s in store this month…

‘Tis the season to start stitching all your Christmas projects and issue 41 of Today’s Quilter is full of festive favourites to fall in love with. Foundation piece Lynne Goldsworthy’s show-stopping cover quilt, sew two-for-one with the Lintott’s time-saving Christmas quilts and decorate your home with Lynne Edwards’ elegant fabric wreath. And the excitement continues as Jo Avery reveals the finished Vintage Home Block of the Month, you can check out the winners from this year’s Festival of Quilts, and this month’s gift of “spiced” Orange Peel Templates is perfect for building curved piecing skills –­ what more could you want?



Build your curved piecing skills

Master the handy skill of curved piecing with this month’s gift of Orange Peel templates! They’ll help you create gorgeous 6in and 12in blocks with ease. And with a step-by-step guide on how to use the templates in issue 41, you’ll be creating stunning curved pieced patchworks in no time!

What’s inside the issue?

Here’s our preview of the projects and features that you can find inside issue 41 of Today’s Quilter…

Winter’s Lane: We’ve got two cover stars to swoon over this month – Lynne Goldsworthy’s foundation-pieced show-stopper and it’s canine companion, both of which are sure to become festive favourites!

Noah’s Ark: The perfect quilt to celebrate a new arrival, Jo Colwill’s sweet patchwork will have your little one dreaming of adventures on the high seas surrounded by an array of faraway animals.

Festive Geese: Whip up a Christmas treat with these two striking quilts made with just one Jelly Roll. The rich red and burgundy tones effortlessly marry together in these simple but stunning designs made by Pam and Nicky Lintott.

Season’s Greetings: Mark the start of the season and make your door the centrepiece this Christmas with Lynne Edwards’ elegant origami-style fabric wreath.

Vintage Home Block of the Month: After a year of stitching your favourite household items into gorgeous blocks, it’s time to reveal Jo Avery’s finished quilt!

All this, plus great reads…

  • Meet the artist: Anne Williams talks to Anne Smith about her painterly art quilts.
  • Textile Heritage: Jane Rae visits Edinburgh’s Liberty exhibition at Dovecot Studios.
  • Essential Guide: Sew blocks easily and accurately with Lin Clement’s guide to Foundation Paper Piecing.
  • Countryside Quilting: Jo Colwill shares her love of sewing baby quilts.

Get stitching with issue 41 today in our UK online store or if you’re overseas you can order your copy here.