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The latest issue of Popular Patchwork is packed full of must-make projects and interesting reads. On the cover is the Bluesy Tablecloth, an ideal quick patchwork project to update your home décor. September's fantastic quilts include Lynne Goldsworthy’s Windy Day quilt, which cleverly uses pre-printed quilt labels to make a stunning quilt. Featuring gorgeous Makower fabric it is easier to piece than it looks! If you like your quilts graphic and bright then you will love Janet Goddard’s Flower Market quilt, and those who are looking to a more autumnal palette will love Kerry Foster’s Canadian inspired Kananaskis Quilt. A theme of text and books connect some of the projects and features in this issue. There is a sturdy book bag to sew, text placemats to make, and a wall hanging that cleverly uses scrap selvedge to create a scene of a pile of books. Anne Williams writes about textile artists who are inspired by text, and we talk to Stuart Hillard, Katharine Guerrier and Jo Baddeley about the books that have inspired their careers. We talk hand quilting with Sylvia Critcher, and assistant editor, Anita Watson-Jackson, shares how easy it is to design fabric and send it off to be digitally printed. There are also all of our regular reads including Show and Tell, Bookshelf and What’s On, and in her regular Finishing School column, Suzanne writes the most daring binding at all - how to create a durable raw edge.

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