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"The November issue of Popular Patchwork is crammed full of inspirational projects and fantastic features. Our cover quilt, Basement Windows, has been designed by Popular Patchwork regular contributor Janet Goddard and uses modern fabrics to give a traditional design a new twist. Also featured on the cover is Debbie von Grabler-Crozier’s Teddy Quilt Set which is super cute and easy to make. We help keep you cosy in style this November with Judith Hollies Butterfly Hot-Water Bottle cover, which combines patchwork, quilting and machine reverse applique, and the pre-cut friendly Tilted Four Patch lap quilt from Sara Jaskiewicz and Sadie Yeomans, which cleverly uses tilted blocks to create a sense of movement. If you love hand sewing then Jo Avery’s Patchwork Pennant is just the project for you. Using the traditional technique of English paper piecing this autumnal pennant adds a touch a medieval magic to any room. We have more quilting and applique with the lovely Mackintosh-inspired Art Deco Rose cushion from Sarah Sparkes, which uses bias tape to create a striking design. Regular contributor Katharine Guerrier has designed an attractive little purse based around the traditional Courthouse Steps block which is a perfect project to make a dent in the scrap box. Plus we have the first installment of our three part Medallion Quilt project from Suzanne Fisher, who has also written this months Finishing School feature about double fold binding. If you fancy trying something a little different textile designer Gillian Cooper shows you how to block print, and uses her samples to make wrapping cloths, perfect for the upcoming festive season. We help you get ready for Christmas with the Festive Bunting from Ruth Lazarus, and the charming Deck the Halls wall hanging from the talented Six Penny Memories team that uses charming Redwork panels, patchwork and quilting to create a beautiful wall hanging with a vintage feel.

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