Articles 1781 to 1798 of 1798
Magie Relph tells the tales of two of her memory quilts and explains you how you too can create your own piece.
An exploration of nature in art and an insight into the process of designing a contemporary art quilt.
Popular Patchwork has a chat with the kind-hearted and generous quilter, (or sewer!) Irene Heathcote.
Barbara Howell talks about how she started quilting and the journey it has taken her on.
Barbara Weeks is responsible for for her very own European fabric mountain.
We're off to Bindoon in Western Australia, where Diana Vincent draws inspiration from many sources and encourages exploration of your creative resources.
Meet a reader: Drene Rudy relocated to South Africa 18 years ago but her two children both live and work in London and regularly send her copies of Popular Patchwork.
Evening Star Patchwork Block
Ladies Art Company Fanny's Favourite Patchwork Block
Traditional Grandmother's Puzzle Patchwork Block
Beth Gutcheon's Here is the Steeple Patchwork Block
A book about using neutral colours in patchwork, reviewed by Louise Carr.
The New Appliqué Sampler - Learn to Appliqué the Piece O'Cake Way, reviewed by Davina Thomas.
Quick quilts with panels, large squares and nine patches. Reviewed by Gloria Balkwill.
Charming mini quilt projects, reviewed by Davina Thomas.
A review of "Courtship Quilts - Inspired by the Victorian Language of Flowers" by Janna L. Sheppard. Reviewed by Wendy Rankin.
Traditional Corn and Beans Patchwork Block
A blank sketchbook is always a challenge so why not make a themed cover to get the inspiration flowing. Sue Hickman designed this cover for the Efco range of sketchbooks that have window mounts in the covers.
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