Have you heard?

I’m crazy excited about the launch of Fat Quarterly! The first issue will be available on April 27. Six cool kids are putting together this new quarterly e-zine which will feature quilt patterns, interviews with top fabric designers, previews of upcoming modern fabric lines, and more.

Fat Quarterly is a collaboration between Kate Dixon (One Flew Over…), Katy Jones (I’m a Ginger Monkey), Brioni Greenberg (Flossyblossy), Tacha Bruecher (Hanies), Aneela Hoey (Comfortstitching) and John Adams (Quilt Dad).

As I’m told, the introductory issue will be packed with exciting and original content including six brand new patterns for modern quilts and other sewing projects, designer interviews and previews of six upcoming fabric lines, book reviews, a report from the British Quilts exhibit at the Victoria & Albert museum, amazing giveaways of some of the fabric and books featured in the magazine, and much, much more.

You can get sneak peeks of the first issue’s projects over at the Fat Quarterly blog. The projects look great — Katy’s Fat Geese quilt in French General fabrics is heavenly!

I’m going to mark my calendar, set an alarm and use my milk up by the sell-by date! Issues of Fat Quarterly will be available at the Fat Quarterly Etsy shop. See you there!

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5 Comments »

  1. I know, I know, it’s going to be smokin’! What’s with the milk?

  2. kate said

    So glad you are excited! We are too!!

    Be sure to let me know what you think x

  3. We are bursting with excitement too!! 🙂

  4. Megan said

    Hi, found you looking for other people’s interpretation of the New Wave quilt and then got lost in your blog for awhile! I love the colorful sashing and was happy to see how well it works, since that’s what I’ve been contemplating.

  5. Theresa said

    Very exciting indeed. Happy anniversary, great job and thanks for sharing!

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