The March issue of Popular Patchwork will be in the shops from Friday 3 February. Preview the contents here.
We hope it's sunny and not too freezing wherever you are when the new issue of Popular Patchwork arrives, but don't worry, whether it's sunny or snowing, we have some special treats for you this month. In our projects section, Lynne Edwards brings you a fantastic quilt, Flight of Fancy, while Sadie Yeomans has designed two items, Dandelion Clocks and Best In Show, a poodle inspired wall hanging. There's also a great book extract from Clare Kingslake’s Folk Art Appliqué, a clever caftiere cover by Yvonne Hayward and a bumper picnic project by Paula Doyle for Makower. If it snows this half term, we've got a great workshop idea for children, join Gillian Cooper and her family and learn to snow dye in Kids' Corner.
In our features section, we visit Bletchley Park with the Quilters Guild and take a look at Canadian Red Cross Quilts. Gillian has Canada on her mind too, and brings us up to date with a selection of quilts made by some of Canada’s finest quilt artists. You can learn all about distance textile course with the School of Stitched Textiles and catch up with the work of Love Quilts UK.
There are over £300 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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