Modern Patchwork Spring 2013 Digital Edition

Sew fresh and stylish projects made in the most current fabrics and, learn about today’s contemporary quilting and sewing scene.
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Discover the Spring 2013 edition of Modern Patchwork! You’ll get more of what you’ve grown to love about this incredible special-issue including projects, informative articles for today’s quilters and sewists, and quick and stylish items with a modern-day appeal.

Featuring contemporary projects of every type, Modern Patchwork is chock-full of fabulous gift ideas, a variety of quilt designs, exciting home-décor projects, items to enhance your cooking and dining experiences, plus totes and bags of all sorts! The quilts range from beginner to intermediate level, and include all types of piecing and patchwork. Clear step-by step instructions are provided for each project, with clear illustrations and step-by-step photography.

Enjoy 34 original contemporary patchwork projects made in the latest fabrics—many of which can be made in an afternoon—including:

  • Gifts & Accessories – from fabric-covered journals to quick fabric frames, and even a “mommy and me” coordinating apron set
  • Home Décor section – with projects for the home, including an easy patchwork fabric-covered bench, pillows and pillow covers, and a mod room divider
  • Quilts of all sorts – from a contemporary strip quilt to a fresh take on the traditional tumbler, wall art, and more
  • Bags & Totes – choose from 5 styles, from a reversible quilted tote and a laptop computer sleeve to a sewing tote and even a flex-frame coin purse
  • Kitchen & Dining section – with ideas for bringing patchwork to your cooking and dining, from a French press cozy to coasters, trivets, and table runners

PLUS! Read about how the New York City Modern Quilt Guild members took their quilting to Times Square. Get ideas for innovative machine quilting designs. Learn how to insert a zipper into a pillow backing. And much more!

Celebrate the modern revival of patchwork with projects featuring a fresh aesthetic in the Spring 2013 issue of Modern Patchwork.

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Customer Reviews

Wonderful Review by Angelacho
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I found the articles and patterns in this issue delightful. There is something for everyone, from the small coasters to the full quilts. I enjoyed reading about the Salt Lake Modern Quilt Guild's Dresden challenge, and I found several projects I would like to make.

Just don't forget to download the pattern file as well! Everything you need is there.

(Posted on 4/27/14)

Patterns Review by Nancy
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The patterns are in a separate download on your invoice, I missed it too when I first downloaded the magazine. I love the the Chain of Circle room divider and want to make that as a wall hanging. As for the front cover quilt, I was planning to make the quilt with all vertical strips. I love the color combinations!

(Posted on 4/19/14)

Nightmare Review by Libby
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I never found the patterns! I assume the person who said they finally did was talking about the pages in the back that tell you how to sew the work together. However, the 2 patterns I wanted to sew quickly for gifts, eye glass case and change purse say to (see pattern insert). Apparently if you buy an ebook there is no pattern insert. S I bought flex frames and claw hooks for nothing. Maybe if you could get the magazine it's self....as I thought I was buying in the first pace, it would be a nice magazine. Cause otherwise, looks nice, but no help to me.

(Posted on 12/9/13)

Too much ads! Review by Brian
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Unfortunately this magazine did not live up to the hype.
I had to scroll through too many pages before finally finding
the patterns. The patterns turned out to be very disappointing.
Patterns that could easily be found for free with Google search.
The quilt on the cover is practically a whole cloth quilt with just
The way it's presented is very deceiving.

(Posted on 11/21/13)