You can preview the contents pages from the new issue of Popular Patchwork here, Popular Patchwork January 2012.
 
 Popular Patchwork January 2012
I hope you've got your passport handy, we're going global this month, with projects inspired by Japanese folded flowers and Great British Union Jacks, and features from Bangladesh and New York! Our cover project is Sally Ablett's patriotic Red Rose Flag, and inside this issue you'll find our bold Monochrome Bag by Chris Hammacott, a Seminole Table Runner by Carole Grant, Folded Flowers by Sheila Daughtree, Sleeping Beauty throw by Amelie G, Phone Holders by Sue Cook and part Six of Sadie Yeomans' and Sara Jaskiewicz's Hearts are All Around BOM. We've even got a double Crazy patchwork project, Barbara Howell helps us recycle our favourite scraps, while Yvonne Hayward tackles a crazy patchwork bag for children in Kids' Corner.
 
In our features section, Mandy Munroe visits New York, and we learn about a great Scottish charity which provides hope
for girls from poor families in Bangladesh.  If you'd like to brush up your techniques, Pat Stone gives us a Quilt-As-You-Go tutorial on page 24.
 
There are over £250 worth of prizes and giveaways in this issue. Don't forget to check the 'What's New' section and book review pages for all our prize draws and special offers. 
 
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