Love of Quilting March/April 2017

Love of Quilting Mar/April 2017 CoverThe Love of Quilting March/April 2017 issue is filled with fresh ideas for a fresh season! We’ve got 12 new projects to usher in spring. Our Sew Easy instructions help you through piecing curved seams, using fusible appliqué, cutting 8-at-a-time Triangle-Squares and more. This issue of Love of Quilting, like so many others, is the best source for traditional quilts and reliable instructions. Come in and take a look around!

In this issue, we offer up some fresh and springy quilting ideas, such as Sarah’s Colorwave, Jean Nolte’s pattern that uses our Twisted Triangle Template to create fan-like designs in lush florals. And, Cross Road to Grandma’s House is a fresh use of two traditional designs: the Album Cross block and the Snowball block. No matter the level of your quilting experience, there’s always something new to learn. A very fulfilling challenge would be Bluework, Kathy Munkelwitz’s beautiful batik quilt that features appliquéembroidery and pieced borders. Another enjoyable project is Marianne’s Town Square which places the Log Cabin block into a clever arrangement.

Take advantage of eight free quilting video tutorials! Our Sew Easy lessons are here to help you perfect your skills. Find them below! Find out more about Quilts of Valor if you’re interested in donating to a serviceman or woman.

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6 thoughts on “Love of Quilting March/April 2017

  1. feeling frustrated….subrscribed to magazine, received email that digital version is available and since I haven’t received the printed one yet, thought I’d try. When I went to read it, came up that I didn’t register. OK, got registered, and now I’m logged in (with old previously used registration info, ugh) and STILL can’t view the magazine digitally! The site just keeps pushing me to subscribe – I already did that!! I just want to read the magazine…is that too much to ask?

    1. Patrizia, I have passed your information on to our customer service people. You should hear from them shortly. We are so sorry for the inconvenience you are experiencing! -Kathy-

    1. Hello — our deepest apologies for the delay! Unforeseen circumstances have caused this video to publish later than expected. Please return on Tuesday, 3/28 for the video, which will be linked to here. Again, we’re so sorry for the inconvenience.

    1. Hello — we’re terribly sorry for the inconvenience this has caused you and others. It’s quite unusual that we have this type of issue arise, but we were unable to get this video published in a timely manner. This video will be available on Tuesday, 3/28. Our deepest apologies! Thank you for your patience.