Make Modern | Modern Quilt Magazine | Issue 19
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In Issue 19, we MEET FMQ royalty Angela Walters and Australian art quilter Pam Holland; we MAKE our brand new sampler from Sheila Christensen of Mystery Quilter where we learn how to make the look of EPP without the hand sewing; and we MOTIVATE you to reflect on your quilty journey. Take a look at that first quilt and see how far you’ve come since! Or maybe you’re still in the beginner stage – and we have a wealth of tips to help you avoid some of the mistakes we made in our early days . We have a fantastic issue with 13 brilliant projects to get your sewjo happening, and articles that cover scrap quilting made modern, and how to embrace the changes of the Instagram algorithms. Once more we couldn’t restrain ourselves and we have 120 pages of quilty goodness for you to get stuck into! Enjoy!

  • Potter's Wheel by Julia Wentzell (cover)

  • Elevator Door by Kelsey Evans

  • Christmas Crackers by Samantha Green

  • Wrap Around Runner by Susan Emory

  • Flocks of Colour by Monika Henry

  • Holly Hot Pads by Katy Devlin

  • Dakota Prarie Dash by Jessica Roze

  • Hexalicious by Liz Dunne

  • Sewing Illustrated Pincushions by Minki Kim

  • Mondrian's Lone Star by Linda Robertus

  • Christmas Tree Stockings by Capi Cloud Cohen

  • Quilted Leather Wallet by Robbin Flockhart

  • Mini Wonders Sampler 1 by Sheila Christensen

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Feature Articles 
  • Scrap Quilting Made Modern

  • Make Modern First Quilts

  • Gallery: First Quilts

  • Bento Bags

  • Meet the Maker: Angela Walters

  • Meet the Maker: Pam Holland

  • Maths + Methods by Alyce Blyth: Border Security

  • The Hustle by Angie Wilson: Instagram Changes

  • Our resident Agony Aunt Molli Sparkles with Sparkle Like You Mean It

  • Ask the Makers: If you could go back in time, what is the biggest hint or tip you would tell your beginner quilty self?

  • Quilt Group Profile: Denver Metro MQG, Colorado, USA

  • Library: Free-Motion Meandering by Angela Walters, Red & White Quilting by Linda Pumphrey, Distinctive Dresdens by Katja Marek, and Create Your Own Improv Quilts by Rayna Gillman

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Make Modern is a digital magazine produced in Australia by a small team of passionate modern quilters with creative collaborators from all over the world.

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