Chris Franses uses pre-cuts in candy shades to make this modern quick make
A bright, bold taste of the orient with this modern quilt by Kerry Wilkinson
If you're looking for a challenge this winter, look no further than this paper-pieced hexagon quilt by Paper Pieces for Makower
Regan Purcell shows us how to make the final four blocks and finish the quilt: Celtic Heart, Bow Tie, Chenille Heart and Seminole Patchwork
Home decor is chic and sophisticated with these appliqued cushions by Sarah Sparkes
Try out a new quilting ruler with this fun design by Mandy Munroe
Katharine Guerrier shows us how to adapt a summer design to make it seasonal
Hang onto the autumn sun with this picnic cloth from Debbie von Grabler-Crozier
Modern simplicity with this regimented cushion design by Janet Goddard
Autumn leaves encapsulated in a quilt with this traditional design by Chris Franses
Halloween is cool and spooky with this Makower panel quilt by Sarah Soward
Embrace your folksy side with this cute bird wall hanging in Lynnette Anderson fabrics by Wendy Sheppard
Fabulous fun for young children in this pieced and appliqued train quilt by Sarah Williamson
Sarah Sparkes shares her modern interpretation of a traditional block in this charming cushion
Hang onto the trailing ribbons of summer with this fence quilt in sorbet colours by Mandy Munroe
Nel Whatmore shows us her retromodern style with pretty fabrics and creative die-cutting in this latest project for Sizzix
The AGF team gets together with Chris Warnick to create a beautiful modern take on a traditional log cabin design
Lynne Edwards MBE reaches for the stars with this fun appliqued children's quilt
Davina Thomas shares the last part of her sew-a-row quilt traditional American Amish style: Arkansas Snowflake, a sashed on point blocks row and assembling and finishing the quilt.
Ruth Lazarus creates a vibrant tote for warm summer days
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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