Take a look at the contents pages from the new March 2010 issue of Popular Patchwork here, Popular Patchwork March 2010.
 
We've got a diverse array of projects this month, from throws to cushions, there's lots to choose from. Put a spring in your step with Janet Goddard's gorgeous "Butterflies in the Stars" appliqued throw or try Wendy Sheppard's "Pieceful Garden" for a more traditional quilt. "13 Owls" by Marinda Stewart is a great contemporary quilt, mixing funky Michael Miller fabric with applique. If you want to concentrate on using existing fabric, how about our recycled quilt project from Regan Purcell, a clever way of using old school uniforms. If you want something smaller, this issue contains two lovely bag projects, a cushion project and the next installments of our Round Robin and Square Dance series!
 
Our features section includes a gallery of London 2012 Olympic Pennants from Liz Norris, a fascinating article from Joan Drake about Rimini Blue and Elisabeth Fuchs brings news from the 15th European Patchwork meeting in Alsace. Pat Stone is concentrating on acheiving texture with our sewing machines in this month's "A Girls Best Friend".
 
There are some brilliant giveaways, reviews and news in this issue. There are over £900 of prizes to be won in March, including fabric from Fabric Freedom and a Janome sewing machine, so enter now!
 
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