The new issue of Popular Patchwork is in the shops from Friday 5th April
You can preview the contents pages from the new issue of Popular Patchwork here, Popular Patchwork May 2014.
Our cover project this month is Playtime, a great modern baby quilt from talented mother and daughter duo, Pam and Nicky Lintott. In our fun, flowery project pages this month you'll find floral treats with a beautiful Applique Flower Quilt by Sarah Sparkes and a cheerful Sunflower Wall Hanging by Regan Purcell. There are also quilts by Kerry Wilkinson, Sue Cooke, Chris Franses, Anne Williams and Linda Clements, and an elegant pair of Double Pinwheel Cushions by Katharine Guerrier.
Within our features pages, Gillian Cooper meets Mary Fisher, Mandy Munroe visits The Folk Art Museum in New York, and we ask 'Are you Britain’s fastest stitcher?' in Jelly Roll Slam!
In this month's Scrap Attack, Stuart Hillard shows us how to make a Tic tac toe block, whilst Brenda Dean and Janet Richardson tell us how to audition your design ideas in Hints and Tips. Dawn Cameron-Dick joins us for a new series, Dawn's Top Tips, this issue choosing the correct thread fibre.
There are over £500 worth of prizes and giveaways in this issue, including a great Sizzix giveaway, and the chance to win £180 worth of fabulous Lewis & Irene fabrics from their Marrakech Fabulous Forties collection. Don't forget to check the 'What's New' pages for our prize draws and special offers.
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