Friday, 25 July 2014

Quilt Now!

if you haven't heard about the new magazine on the quilty block, 
well, now's your chance!

The Editor of said magazine is none other than the very talented and amazing Katy of I'm a Ginger Monkey!

I am smitten over this great first issue, but I may be a little biased, because of these 





finally some of that secret sewing can be revealed! 
If you don't already have a copy and fancy winning yourself one, keep reading, and you may be able to see the full fancy photo's of these 2 lovelies by Katie and Justine.  And, read my article on Long Arm Quilting!   


The very lovely marketing team sent me an extra copy to give away to my blog readers! 
Yes, you lovely people! 

So leave me a comment, telling me what you like to see in a quilting magazine (just one comment only)  and I'll consult Mr RNG on Monday!


27 comments:

Judith, Belfast said...

Ah no.1 - what are the chances!! Some ideas for 'men' projects would be good. Your quilting is shown off beautifully! Jxo

Caryl W said...

Your quilting is so beautiful Trudi and I always enjoy seeing your work. In magazines one of the things.....quilting designs!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

You are Great Britain's very own Angela Walters I think ;) I love seeing quick projects amongst quilt projects.

Indianna said...

I love quilts that take ages to make ... But also small items like tote bags and scrap baskets.

Sarah said...

Don't include me in the draw cos I have my own subscription but I wanted to say how much I enjoyed your article - useful, practical advice - and your quilting is gorgeous as ever.

Donna~~ said...

I like to learn new tips or techniques, and have a mix of projects--some easy, some complex.

cakegirl said...

I love when quilting tips are given. Thanks for the giveaway.

Leanne said...

Such beautiful quilts for the magazine. I think sharing about quilting is a good idea for a quilting magazine.

Wendy said...

Who wouldn't want that heart quilt? Congrats on getting an article published,

Archie the wonder dog said...

It was a fabulous first issue and I can't wait for the second! I loved your article - hope there will be more in future issues! I'd like to enter the draw on behalf of a friend, if that's okay? Shout if not!

P.S. I'd like to see more articles about different techniques to do the same thing and the advantages and disadvantages of them/when it's best to use one rather than another. E.g. different ways to hand appliqué, stitching sequences, etc.

Sharon Hughson said...

I love to learn new techniques or new to me LA quilting tips.

Margie said...

I Love the pictures so I can dream!! But also "tips from other quilters and show us how to quilt it instead of "Quilt as Desired"!

Lin's Quilts said...

I like quilt mags that have full pictures of the quilt, not it all folded up so you can't really see the design. I like to know a little something about the quilt, e.g., this quilt was designed to use up scraps, or as a baby girl quilt. I also like when they give plans for other sizes of the same design. Am I being too picky?
I would love to see this mag.

rachel addison said...

I love new smaller projects... I usually have to invent these myself, as the one I want is not out there!

Betty said...

More original articles & less from what you can already find on the web

mumasu said...

I like a good mix from beginner to advanced :)

Quilting Tangent said...

I like your quilting, it looks like wind blowing your pinwheels.
In a magazine, I like to see allot of quilts in different colorways, different degrees of difficulty and from traditional to modern and everything in between. Their has to be patterns. 24Tangent@gmail.com

PK Sews said...

This looks like fun! I like to see a variety of projects beyond quilts - pouches, purses, dolls, pincushions, etc. Thanks for the chance to win!

pippirose said...

I like to see small projects, especially Christmas ones.

Amy said...

I like to see tutorials, and free-motion quilting designs! It's nice to see another quilt magazine.

Janie said...

Miniature projects would be great. Your quilting is beautiful.Thanks for the chance.

Sarah said...

I like to see old blocks/patterns sewn in new ways, and scrap quilts. Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

sandyandcosmo said...

I like to learn about new techniques and products to make quilting easier.

Emily C said...

I would love easy to make blocks, motifs and some small projects.

juliehallfeldhaus said...

Quick and easy quilts. I love your heart quilt:) Thanks for the chance at a great give away!!

Sue @ Quilting the Green Star said...

Hi Trudi, haven't spoken to you for ages. Don't include me in the draw, just wanted to say congrats about the article, well done. Hope to see you soon, Sue x

Doris said...

Congrats to you all on such a great success. Not sure how Katy finds time to do it all...