Big block piecing make using large-scale prints fun in this delightful Bohemian style quilt
This roomy pencil case will keep your stationery supplies organised
A speedy that uses long strips to show off beautiful prints
Vibrant colours make this quilt, made from quarter square triangles, a striking addition to your home
One of the best things about living on these fair isles is the change of seasons.
Another wonderful quilt designed by Lynne for Makower UK featuring their new oriental collection.
The ombrť effect of using different shades of blues remind us of sunny beaches and warm summer seas.
Having just completed most of this issue in the throes of a heatwave, the gorgeous quilts and projects adorning the pages of our magazine this month felt perfectly placed.
A handy companion for camping and countryside walks
This chic cushion is perfect for lounging on in the great outdoors
Clever use of light and dark fabrics create movement across this pretty quilt
We showcase Makowerís latest collection, Blue Sky, in this homely quilt.
I have this terrible urge at the moment; itís like an itch I canít quite reach. Yep, I really want to start a new project!
A surprisingly capacious bag to carry all you need to the beach this summer
Grab a Jelly Roll, and you can whip up this quilt in a weekend!
Who can resist the crisp combination of blue and white? From the nautical stripes of the Breton top to the classic polka dots of the fifties, itís a winning combo that seldom fails.
This lovely summery quilt would make an ideal picnic blanket.
This very stylish black and white quilt features the latest collection from Makower, Monochrome.
This delightful cot quilt is quick to piece and strip roll friendly.
Well I wish spring would make up her mind! Gloriously warm weather one weekend for me here, sub zero overnight temperatures the next weekend.
Mandy Munroe creates a bold statement with this spring inspired quilt
Judith Holliesí project is fun to make and really useful for packed lunches
Spot the odd one out in this fun quilt from Janet Goddard. It showcases a parade of elephants with lots of flying geese thrown in for good measure!
This quick make that is so cute you won't want to give him away. Designed by Anita Watson-Jackson for children to make, however adults are allowed too!
This cushion is fun to stitch and makes a wonderful addition to your home
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