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We've moved to Workshop on the Web

The Quiltwow internet magazine has merged into Workshop on the Web to create a bumper magazine with a wide spread of textile interest. In addition to the innovative techniques already covered by Workshop on the Web, we will have plenty of articles for quilters. So, it will be a really big resource and even more fantastic value for money. The price is staying at the Workshop on the Web level of £15.50 - a bargain when you'll be getting so much more.

If you've been a subscriber, you can still find your back issues of Quiltwow on the Workshop on the Web site. If you're a new visitor, go to Workshop on the Web and have a look at our fantastic free taster.

Maggie Grey

This Issue
          In the December 2009 combined issue:
  • Jan Beaney builds luscious surfaces
  • Exciting reverse appliqué in paper with Olga Norris
  • Evolon - the Soft Touch - Part 2 of Judy Fairless's article
  • Trish Vickers tells us about knitting and the embellisher machine
  • Becky Vigor offers a new take on journalling
  • Gina Ferrari revs up with net bags from citric fruit
  • Ruth Issett explores painting a quilted surface (see left)
  • Greta Fitchett is working with photo patchwork
  • Delightful berried tassels from Lynn Horniblow
  • The Celebrity Interview is with Alison Mercer
  • Plus all the regular features.