Posy Tea Towel


Check out issue #2 of the new US edition of Mollie Makes for the full instructions to make my Posy Tea Towel from 1, 2, 3 QuiltI’m excited that there’s a US version of my favorite British magazine and thrilled to be featured! This tea towel features my fabric flower design turned into needle-turn appliqué. With the added detail of mitered corners, these sweet tea towels are perfect for gifts or guests.

This issue is available on newsstands now! Be sure to also check out the Banners of Hope contest and make an inspirational banner to brighten up a hospital or shelter and also earn a chance to win a Brother ScanNCut and a $500 Michael’s gift card.




Photos by Laura Malek.


Mollie Makes U.S. Edition


I’m a big fan of Mollie Makes magazine and was so excited to hear about the new U.S. edition of the magazine! I love the handmade, sweet style of this magazine. The first issue is on newsstands today and you can subscribe to the print or digital edition here. You can see my Garden collection fabric featured in the issue sampler and you’ll see one of my projects from 1, 2, 3 Quilt featured in the next issue.

Love Patchwork & Quilting Magazine


The new monthly magazine, Love Patchwork & Quilting, will be on newsstands in October, but you can pre-order now to receive a discount and if you order by September 27, you’ll get started with the first issue.

From the creators of Mollie Makes and Simply Crochet, this magazine will feature fresh and modern quilting and patchwork projects. Click here for a sampler to see what it’s all about! I’m a big fan of Mollie Makes and I’m excited to be featured in the first monthly issue of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine.

Love Quilting & Patchwork Magazine


My Rail Fence Tote Bag is in the latest issue of Love Quilting & Patchwork magazine, a new modern quilting magazine from the makers of Mollie Makes. You can order the latest issue here or you can download it from the Apple Newsstand.

The Rail Fence Tote is a project from my new book, 1, 2, 3 Quilt, which you can pre-order now. The tote is lined and features roomy boxed corners. It’s a simple project and will introduce you to the basic Rail Fence quilt pattern which you can use to make quilts or other patchwork projects.


Photo by Laura Malek.