10 Spectacular New Quilt Patterns to Explore

Love of Quilting Jan/Feb 2017 Cover

Is your New Year’s resolution to become a better quilter in 2017? We’re right on the same page! And every page inside the new January/February 2017 issue of Love of Quilting magazine can get you closer to that goal, as you learn new techniques, find new products, and best of all, make fresh new quilt patterns.

The quilt designers list for this issue reads like a who’s who of quilting in America: Nancy Mahoney, Toby Lischko, Marianne Fons, Emily Bailey, and more. With names like these, you know the quilt patterns inside will be well designed and memorable.

And you can always depend on us for best-in-the-business instructions, diagrams, and photographs. Everything you need to make your own versions of every quilt in these pages! And these quilts are spectacular – let’s take a peek at just a few:

Wheel of Fortune Quilt
Wheel of Fortune by Jean Nolte

Wheel of Fortune by Jean Nolte is a fat-quarter-friendly quilt pattern that finishes 62″ x 74″, a nice lap size. Don’t let the curved piecing intimidate you – we have a step by step how to video to guide you along the way.

lqnwftmpThere’s even an optional  Wheel of Fortune acrylic template set for those who prefer to rotary-cut all their patches. Super convenient and time-saving!



Red Between the Lines Quilt
Red Between the Lines by Marianne Fons

Red Between the Lines by Marianne Fons is a challenging queen size design that is SO worth every minute you’ll spend making it. Cutting tips for the different types of trianglesIs are included in the pattern, and we also have a Sew Easy free video demonstrating the technique.

A limited number of quilt kits are available for this quilt. Even if you’re snowed in, fabric to make this quilt can be on its way to you in no time.

A red and white medallion style quilt is a true classic. Now you can make one for your own home!


A Formal Affair Quilt
A Formal Affair by Toby Lischko

If sophisticated is your style, you’ll love A Formal Affair by Toby Lischko. Subdued tones of black, white, and beige elevate simple Log Cabin variation blocks to star status. A medallion is created by the beautiful yet simple setting, giving any room dramatic focus.

Have you had a good look at the rest of the quilts in this issue? If you’re not yet a Love of Quilting subscriber, follow this link to get our best subscription offer. Easy Quilts magazine is also available by subscription. Never miss an issue!

You can also preview every quilt in this magazine on our website. Kick back, put your feet up, and be prepared for total quilting inspiration! Our January/February issue is sure to get your creative juices flowing.


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