Stitch, Fall 2015

Sew my Spice Road Quilt and 26 other projects.

Sew 27 projects inspired by colors and cultures from around the globe in Stitch Fall 2015, the modern sewing magazine with quilters in mind.

In this issue, Amy Butler talks about her creative process behind her popular fabrics and shares the scoop on her upcoming TV series, "Amy Butler's Blossom." Inspired Barn founder and crafter Cathe Holden also chats with Stitch about her upcoming video series, also called "Inspired Barn," and talks about her practical approach to sewing and crafting.

Four projects are available as kits from this issue, too! Get kits for Caroline Hulse's Sweet Metal Frame Clutch (which also has an easy-to-follow how-to video); Cotton + Steel designer Alexia Abegg's Talitha '70s Caftan-inspired Dress, which uses her new line for C+S "Paper Bandana"; Kevin Kosbab's Spice Road Quilt; and a Shibori and Sashiko Decorative Pillow by Georgia Howell.

More projects include:

Denim Tunic Vest by Amy Barickman, Indygo Junction founder
Foxy Baby Quilt by Heidi Boyd, using her debut fabric collection
Autumn Doll by Deborah Fisher (learn about her handmade doll charity in this issue too!)
Twice as Nice Pillow by Melissa Peda, using Amy Butler's new fabric collection "Bright Heart"
Hexie Placemats by Melissa Peda, using Tula Pink's fabric collections "Elizabeth" and "True Colors"
Folding Trays by Josée Carrier remininscent of Japanese origami
and much more!

Take a journey to where the Spice Road meets Drunkard’s Path.