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The June 2016 issue of Popular Patchwork has a holiday theme, with portable projects and sunny reads. We have lots of quilts for you to make, including Rosemary Rosenfeld’s beach themed quilt, and Mandy Munroe’s hexagon throw. Both of these combine hand and machine sewing and so are perfect to stitching on the go. There is further inspiration from the sea with the first installment of the Aye Aye Captain quilt by Lynne Goldsworthy and the charming tug boat cushion from Debbie von Grabler-Crozier. If you want a quick and useful make then our sunglasses case is the project for you. Designed and made by Judith Hollies it is not only handy to store your glasses, but will also make a dent in the scrap pile. On the cover, you can see the fun, fresh and modern elephant quilt from Janet Goddard. We have our usual regular reads including show and tell, finishing school, the latest quilting news, and Fiona Hesford takes a look at the work of the iconic textile designer Lucienne Day. There are two fantastic interviews; Paula Welland is a quilter who traveled around Australia and New Zealand and made quilts along the way, and Leslie Morgan who describes herself as an embroiderer who quilts and teaches in the UK, Germany, and Italy. Whether you feel holiday means lazy days or action-filled hours, we have lots of summer inspiration in this issue.

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