An adapted extract from Quilting Basics by Michael Caputo
This seasonal project is perfect for using up fabric scraps
Nature loving children will adore this interactive quilt
Greta used a low loft wadding for this quilt so she could use it as a door curtain, but it works equally well as a bed or snuggle quilt. Raid your Liberty fabric stash (if you dare) or use any multi-coloured florals.
This Mexican-inspired baby wrap uses a patchwork version of Ojo de Dios or Eye of God for inspiration. Ideal as an extra layer for bundling up baby to take from the house to the car on a chilly day or, for an older child, it would make a lovely, soft play mat.
Introducing a new series quilt celebrating the beauty of tulips with their vibrant colours and shapes.
A different technique for making Half Square Triangle units in this lovely quilt designed by Lynne for Makower UK.
Regular readers of P&Q may remember the Tulip Stained Glass Cushion that Julie designed for us a couple of years ago. This new rose cushion makes a great addition!
Roll up, roll up and create these handy pincushions – a perfect gift for a fun-loving friend
Twenty easy blocks are simply set with sashing in this pretty quilt made from Andover's Floral Splendor fabric range by Cathy Nordstrom
Snuggle up on the sofa and delve into some relaxing English paperpiecing with Louisa Goult's bright and cheerful cushion featuring the traditional Grandmother's Fan block
This quilt by Melinda Duncan uses simple strip piecing to create a striking chevron design
Mandy Munroe’s quilt uses trendy prints to create a 3D effect lap quilt
Most quilters are hungry for new things to make and this bath mat from Debbie von Grabler-Crozier fi ts the bill nicely
Janet Goddard shows you how to stitch a row of colourful seasonal blooms
Jennifer Campbell Kirk’s quilt uses a traditional block to make a bold statement
Addition to Pattern Sheet for Papillion Quilt, British Patchwork and Quilting February 2017 (Issue 277)
Make this crazy patchwork heart as just a pretty thing to hang on a door or hook; you can stuff it with lavender or why not appliqué it onto a cushion cover. Made with Harris Tweed here, it would look lovely in any fabric combination.
Everyone grows up loving The Very Hungry Caterpillar™ and this new collection from Makower UK says just that in this quick pieced children's lap quilt.
This stunning quilt features the latest fabrics from Makower UK
Mandy Munroe creates a bold statement with this spring inspired quilt
Judith Hollies’ 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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