Inside Quilters Companion #93 :
The projects in issue #93 will leave your head spinning for choice! They include gorgeous traditional hand piecing and hand quilting, glorious Outback Wife prints, bright solids, machine stitching, foundation piecing, English paper piecing and appliqué — what more could you want?
Sharon Burgess shares another stunning quilt using her favourite quilting method, English paper piecing.
A gorgeous traditional blue and cream queen-size quilt entirely hand stitched by Lorraine Moran features a repeating hexagonal block called Oriental Splendor or The Smoothing Iron (Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns).
Susan Carr shares a project for the first time in a few years. Sundance Lanterns features 25 blocks; each can be different or you may repeat fabrics.
An amazing quilt made with Outback Wife barkcloth prints set into sashings of black barkcloth comes to you from the very talented Wendy Gleeson.
Don’t miss Part 2 of our Sew Along with Deborah Dorward’s gorgeous appliqué quilt, Baltimore Blooms.
Reece Scannell solid fabrics feature in this mandala wall hanging that Caroline Gunn has machine stitched and beautifully machine quilted.
Chris Jurd shares a foundation-pieced quilt featuring the Wheel of Fortune block — a 12-petal radiating design — in super fun colours and ‘typewriter’ letter centres!
Plus you will find all the usual interesting features, including Creative Inspirations with Paula Storm, a round-up of new products, happenings from around the globe and a Quilt Gallery or two!
Projects inside this issue
Country Meets City
Sea Glass Cushion
Harmony and Contrast