Modern Geometrics Table Runner + Coasters PDF from Love Patchwork & Quilting

on May 3 | in Sewing Inspiration, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 3 Comments

Love Patchwork & Quilting is a brand new magazine featuring the best of modern quilting. Each issue includes step-by-step projects for quilts, cushions, home style and gifts, with something for every skill level. There are also features and interviews, info on the latest fabric and trends, plus a free gift every issue.

Love Patchwork & Quilting is giving you a free PDF download of Laura Jane Taylor’s Modern Geometrics Table Runner + Coasters project. These fresh projects utilize HSTs (half-square triangles) to create easy, high-impact design. You’ll love the look!

US residents can try three issues of Love Patchwork & Quilting for $10 with a subscription. UK residents can subscribe to get the first three issues for £5, and there’s also currently a discounted six month worldwide subscription rate. (Offers are for new subscribers only and subscribers will receive 13 issues a year. These offers are valid until the 31st May 2014.)

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3 Responses to Modern Geometrics Table Runner + Coasters PDF from Love Patchwork & Quilting

  1. Hi Samina – thanks for your interest in the magazine! We want quilters to try the magazine AND be happy with it, so it’s simple to opt out after the trial period if you decide it’s not for you. Just keep the details you are sent on sign-up to hand – these will let you know who to contact to opt out. Otherwise, keep an eye out at JoAnn and B&N for us, and Like our Facebook page for the latest news, offers and giveaways!

    Jenny, Editor xxx

  2. Samina says:

    I’d be interested in trying this magazine, but the $10 for 3 issues actually includes future billings @ $26/quarter. I’m not sure how easy it is to opt out if you don’t really want to continue the subscription. I may have to wait & pick this up at the newsstand instead.

  3. Jessie Hansen says:

    Those are so cute! I was thinking one could also use the chevron pattern from the middle of the table runner to make some coasters, like inverted from the table runner itself. That’s for the pattern!

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