Applique Quilts Vol 1 #1  
This Collector's First Edition of Applique
Quilts features 14 stunning projects in a
variety of styles and sizes. Projects will cover
a full range of techniques including
needleturn applique, using fusible webbing
and also machine techniques, as well as
many more. Every project will feature clear
and easy-to-follow instructions which are
supported by plenty of diagrams and useful
step-by-step photographs - making an
applique quilt has never been easier. Some
truly delightful quilts feature in the very first
collectors issue, including a wonderful wall-
hanging by the talented Caroline Price. The
Chook Shed Co also present one of their
irresistible quilts and Lee Robson shares her
stunning work based on the traditional Tree
of Life motif. Other contributors include
Michelle Hill from MOM Fabricworks and
Jennifer Scott from Coast & Country Decor,
as well as Marianne Whitty from Tasmania
who has written the instructions for her
charming quilt featuring plenty of bright
naive flowers.

Applique Quilts Vol.1 #2  
This issue is packed with 14 fun projects!
Projects included Naive Baltimore Quilt,
Oranges and Lemons, Benin Lion Wall-
hanging, Heritage Medallion Quilt, Floral
Fantasy, Something About Spring, Hearts of
Friendship, Quilted Tulips, Fabric Bouquet,
Kitty in the Garden, Iris Cushion, Norfolk
Island Wreath, After the Rain and In My
Garden. Also included are techniques on
shadow applique, needleturn, machine
applique, fusible webbing and buttonhole
Applique Quilts Vol.1 #3  
Packed full of splendid applique quilts, this
lovely issue of Applique Quilts will keep you
busy with plenty of stitching. There are lots
of projects to make including plenty of
timeless quilts such as the elegant one by
Browyn Sidwell and Robyn Bradley which
features a garden of beautiful blooms and is
embellished with simple embroidery stitches.
There are plenty of other quilts to create,
including the stunning antique-inspired quilt
by Joan Abrahams and the wonderful quilt by
Joy White. Joy's quilt is sure to be treasured
forever, and it features some easy-to-piece
blocks and stunning applique. There are
plenty of small projects to make as well,
including the to-die-for bag by Helen
Stubbings which is made with plenty of
handy pockets. There are also lots of quick-
to-make wall-hangings such as the pretty
little quilt by Helen McClean from Heirloom
Quilts featuring a cute Sunbonnet Sue.
Another project which can easily be made in
a weekend is the gorgeous cushion by the
talented June Gilchrist and Terese Hylton
from Patchwork Pumpkin. The cushion is
machine-made with buttonhole stitch and
could become the perfect 'comfy' addition to
your lounge. All this - and so much more

Australian Patchwork & Quilting Magazine
Vol. 9 No. 5 Yearbook 2002  
Bumper 140 pages with a 3 year project
Michael's Quilt
Hearts & Roses Part 1
Lotus Bag
Pineapple Log Cabin
Strippy Four Patch
Antique Signature Album
Old Favourites - Mexican Rose
Autumn Leaves
Citrus Fizz
Mystery Quilt Part III
Price $6.95  

Australian Patchwork & Quilting Magazine
Vol 9 # 7  
This fabulous issue of Australian Patchwork
& Quilting, Vol 9 No 7, is filled with a myriad
of ideas and clear and detailed instructions
for completing the many eye-catching
designs we feature. You can practice a range
of techniques, including hand-piecing,
applique and colourwash. Plus you'll find the
final steps for completing a stunning
landscape quilt all of your own, as Gloria
Loughman takes us through her construction
process, following on from her very
informative Expert How-to in Australian
Patchwork and Quilting Vol 9 No 5. There's
also news from America! Recently back from
Houston, USA, Gai Taylor brought home
examples of the latest American quilting
trend, and she's written instructions for how
it's all done. This exciting new trend is best
described as a shaggy-look quilt in scrappy
colours, and it's sure to be lots of fun to
make! You'll also find a stylish country quilt
by Brigitte Giblin, plus the second and final
part of Caroline Price's adorable 'Now I Know
My ABC' quilt, which the kids will just love.
And another for the young at heart -
Patchwork Pumpkin have made a quilt called
Seeing Spots and it's loads of fun and not to
be missed! All this inspiration and more will
be at your fingertips in Australian Patchwork
and Quilting Vol 9 No 7

Australian Patchwork & Quilting Magazine
Vol 9 # 8  
In Australian Patchwork & Quilting Vol 9 No 8
you'll find a new Weekend Project from
Lynette Anderson of the Patchwork Angel,
which is a gorgeous little cushion featuring
chickens with a 'Home Sweet Home' all of
their own! Then Patchwork Pumpkin provides
instructions for the first part of an absolutely
stunning Country Garden quilt which is sure
to be a favourite. More projects to keep you
happily stitching away include a Redwork
wall-hanging by Sue Dollin, which
incorporates the design from a Ming-dynasty
plate with embroidery, simple patchwork and
heavy quilting. Then if you are after a
traditional quilt design, look no further than
Bev Darby's Stepping Stones pattern which
is simple and very effective, or Yvonne
Skodt's contribution of a refreshing
Twinkling Tulips quilt, repeating an
appliquŽd tulip block in a crisp purple and
white colourway that has a very striking
finish! You can also find some helpful hints
for making pieced borders from Narelle
Grieve in this month's Quilter's Quandary and
Jan Baker has written a captivating story
about the history of political quilts. Be
inspired by all this and more in our next

Australian Patchwork & Quilting Magazine
Vol 9 # 9  
Included in this exciting issue are projects
Machine Blanket Stitch and beyond
Fans and Roses - featured cover quilt
Playing with Patience - Adaptation of
tradition quilt block
Hearts and Bows - Naive applique' and
machine piecing
Celtic Enchantment - Coordinating cushion
and table runner
Antique Red Sunflower - variation on Russian
Round the Twist In Broome - Original Quilt
Daisy Chain - Vases of vibrant daisies
alternate with chain blocks
A Winter Warmer - Appliqued jacket
Brian's Breakfast - Easy patchwork quilt
Country Garden II
Old Favorites - Snowflake cushion

Patchwork & Quilting Vol.9 #11  
In Australian Patchwork & Quilting Annual
Vol 9 No 11  has put together an irresistible
collection of projects for you to choose from.
If it's large projects that you're after, we
have Ruth Buchanan's gorgeous Starflower
quilt combining bold, beautiful colours with
piecing and applique techniques. You will
also find the first part of Michelle Breeze's
Chocolate Box Quilt which is an elegant
design comprising Dresden Plates, paper-
pieced flowers, applique, Dresden fans, four-
patch Seminole border, Star blocks and
more. Strippy quilts are just lovely and this
issue we have two! Karen Cunningham
delights us with her Summer Holiday Strippy
quilt while Brigitte Giblin inlcudes the
instructions on how to make her pretty Pink
Strippy Stars. Tita Leach uses her fabulous
applique techniques on her Gathering Eggs
wall-hanging which is simply adorable. In
addition there is Kate Knight's instructions
on how to reproduce her Antique Rose
Wreath quilt, while Liuxin Newman dazzles
us yet again with her intricate Butterfly Wall-
hanging in burnt oranges and electric blues.
Judy Turner gives us an Expert How-to that
is not to be missed on creating colourwash
landscapes. Be inspired by all these fabulous
projects and more in the

Patchwork & Quilting Vol10 # 1  
In this issue there is a story about Narelle
Bernard's fantastic quilt drive to raise money
and quilts for victims of last summer's
bushfires in New South Wales. There is also
the story about an U.S. exhibition entitled
AMERICA:From the Heart. The exhibition
showcased over 250 quilts made in response
to the September 11 terrorist attacks. Of
course, there are plenty of original projects
and entertaining stories in this issue as well,
including the fantastic how-to section with
Jenny Bowker. Jenny shows how to design
delightfully bright Kaleidoscope quilts, which
are surprisingly easy to make.

Patchwork & Quilting Vol10 # 2  
There are lots of projects in this issue
including the final part of Deb Layt's
stunning Summer Star Quilt. Other delights
include the first part of Karen Cunningham's
striking serial quilt and a pretty cushion my
Joy white. Other projects include a stunning
quilt by Michelle Breeze using the New York
Beauty block and a lovely antique from the
collection of Kate Knight.

Patchwork & Quilting Vol10 # 7 Yearbook  
You won't be able to resist all the wonderful
stories and projects included in our next
issue of Australian Patchwork & Quilting. As
Gloria Loughman describes her recent travels
to Europe you will experience the magic of
the quilt show she attended in Blair Castle in
Scotland. Jan Baker has another intriguing
Historical Tale, while Michelle Marvig trials
the new Pfaff sewing machine that is sure to
make your jaw drop! Now for the projects!
Folk Art Wedding by Yvonne Skodt won
second prize in the Professional category in
the Needlework Craft & Quilt Fair 2002 in
Sydney, and she now provides the
instructions for you to make it. In warm
creams and rich magentas and greens, this is
a timeless and tasteful quilt that you will
cherish. Val Nadins Spinning Stars quilt is a
perfect reflection of the night sky in fabric,
and Churn Dash with a Dash by Lorraine
Cocker is a fun adaptation of the Churn Dash
block. Lynette Anderson has another great
project that can be stitched up in a weekend
and Judy Hills gives you part two of her
Seascape cot quilt. All these stories, projects
and more await you in Australian Patchwork
& Quilting

Patchwork & Quilting Vol10 # 8  
Meet naive and country style quilter Jan
Knight, from far north Queensland, in
Quilter's Profile. Collect part two of Jenny
Fore's elegant Tribute to Mrs. Vigors project,
while leaves abound in Megan Fisher's
autumnal Leaf It Be quilt. Expert quilter Lee
Cleland shows you how to make her Old
English Tulips quilt, and Dianne Povey's
Magic Carpet is exactly that - a beautiful quilt
designed in the shape of a magic carpet!

Patchwork & Quilting Vol11 # 1 Annual  
Antique Lady of the Lake
Suzy Atkins from Quiltstuff has written the
instructions for this lovely antique quilt from
her collection. It dates back to the 1870s and
is made using a variety of scraps and a wild
combination of double pink and chartreuse
green. Suzy has written instructions for
rotary cutting and machine-piecing.

Forever Spring
This quilt was designed and made by Trish
Ostwald as a birthday present for her sister.
The classis design is easily pieced using
rotary cutting and machine-piecing and is
completed with stunning appliquéd vines.

Stunning Carnations
Christine Abela from Gecko Gully Patterns
has designed this gorgeous wall-hanging in
pretty pinks, creams and reds. It makes a
gorgeous wall-hanging or table centre but
you can also use the design to make a
stunning bed-size quilt.
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