Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Review - Irish Quilting Magazine

Irish Quilting Magazine is an import from Ireland and so it combines two great loves, Ireland & Fabric. Because it is an import it can be difficult to find, and a little pricey at $9.99. But the fact that it is quarterly and is chock full of projects makes it worth the effort. Even if you haven't a drop of Irish blood in you, this magazine offers projects that would be interesting to people of all skill levels. It includes reviews, tutorials, and pattterns you can cut out. The stories often feature a historical landmark of Ireland and the photography is charming and inspiring. I highly recommend seeking this out if you are looking for a new magazine that will take you out of your usual quilting zone.

New issues and back issues are available at, and we sometimes find the most recent issues at Barnes & Noble.

1 comment:

  1. Will we see some projects from it on this blog? I'd love to see what kind of stuff you make!