Behind the quilt: Reflections of Parracombe

patchwork quilt Reflections of Parracombe

We’re absolutely smitten with issue 16’s cover star – Jo Colwill‘s twist on a gorgeous 19th century quilt. You can catch Jo’s beautiful patchwork quilt in shops now in our November issue (16). Add it to your must-quilt list as it’s sure to become an heirloom that will be treasured for generations to come. And we’ve got happy news too! Since… Continue reading

Big Birthday Competition: win 30 Fat Quarters!

Lucien Mrs March's Collection

This month, it’s our birthday, hip hip hooray! To celebrate a year of Today’s Quilter magazine, we will (of course) be eating cake here at TQ towers, and thats not where the festivities end. We want to thank everyone for following us and quilting with us in our first year, so we’ve decided to host… Continue reading

Why we love vintage quilts

Discovering antique quilts

We’re fascinated by old quilts – they tell a story about the maker and their time in history. Like a tactile version of old photos and parish records, we can learn so much. Antique quilts can be found in the most unexpected of places, and we loved every minute of collecting up quilt photos and… Continue reading

Today’s Quilter issue 12 hits the shops

Today's Quilter school house blocks quilt

Hooray our brand new issue is out today, and we’ve loved filling it with scrap busting projects to keep your sewing machine busy this summer. Issue 12 includes all your favourite tips and tricks from the pros (add perfect borders to your quilt tops with Lynne Edwards MBE’s Virtual Workshop), while this month’s cover star is Lynne Goldsworthy‘s Scrappy Schoolhouse quilt… Continue reading