Weekend Quilting Bookazine with Jemima Flendt

Looking for a new book to inspire your quiltmaking? We take a look at Weekend Quilting – the first book from Homespun and Quilters Companion contributor, Jemima Flendt. Now available in stores.


It’s the eternal struggle for quilters – time. We love trying new techniques, starting on new projects, finishing old ones and finding inspiration, but when time is scarce those new projects and WIPs often stand neglected.

Jemima Flendt of Tied With A Ribbon has come up with the perfect solution for those of us quilters who are time poor, with her first book – Weekend Quilting.

Created for quilters of all levels, it’s a very well-thought out book. There are 16 projects in total; all based around eight basic block designs. There is enough variety in the project types (including mini quilts, cushions and tablerunners) to keep all quilters inspired to start stitching straight away.

Weekend Quilting with Jemima Flendt

You’ll also be able to expand your skill set with patchwork, appliqué, English paper piecing and foundation piecing all covered off in the projects. Jemima has also included a handy Quiltmaking Basics introduction and a section on how to finish off your work with binding and quilting.

Weekend Quilting with Jemima Flendt

The photography is stunning – showing the projects in all their bright, modern glory, and the steps are super-easy to follow. Pattern templates are also provided in the book, ready for you to enlarge and trace.

Now with Jemima’s inspiring book to guide you, it has never been easier to make every weekend a quilty weekend!

Image courtesy of Fons & Porter


Image courtesy of Fons & Porter


Weekend Quilting is available through Amazon, and in craft shops Australia wide, distributed through Creative Abundance – ask your local shop to order it in for you.


Find out more about Jemima Flendt here:

Website: http://www.tiedwitharibbon.com/ 

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Happy quilting everyone!
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