You can find issue 27 of Quilt Now in supermarkets, newsagents and your favourite fabric shops now!
We’re heading back to nature this month with an issue inspired by the flora and fauna of the great outdoors, from Kerry Foster’s super cute snake quilt (which makes original use of the classic drunkard’s path block) to this month’s Flying Geese technique focus with Susan Standen. Our stunning cover star this issue – Lynne Goldsworthy’s Grafic quilt – makes gorgeous use of this very block, so get your skills honed to make the quilt up for yourself! We’ve also got Reene Witchard returning with a brand spanking new Block of the Month.
The Story of my Quilt competition continues in issue 27, and we’ve had entries flooding in, make sure yours joins the list of contenders! Send us your oddest, funniest or most tear-jerking quilt story to be in with a chance of being of 10 winners to attend a one-in-a-lifetime workshop with Cindy Cloward of Riley Blake Designs as well as a stack of quilting goodies. Simply email your quilt story with pictures to email@example.com or share your quilt on Instagram with the hashtag #StoryofmyQuilt. The Story of my Quilt is sponsored by Riley Blake, EQS and Janome.
The issue comes with 200 FREE diamond English Paper Piecing shapes, and as always we’ve some fantastic prizes up for grabs, including £600 worth of show tickets! Be sure to tell us what you think over on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!