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Easter Basket

Easter Basket

This fun container, filled with fresh or confectionery eggs, would make an eggs-cellent Easter gift; designed and made by Anne Beaven

Squeak, Rustle & Peek

Squeak, Rustle & Peek

Moira Neal combines sounds and surprises to make a quilt the children will adore. Photography by Tony Neal.

Summer Splash

Summer Splash

Try this sew and cut patchwork method to make a useful sunglasses case. Designed and made by Sharon Russ, it is stitched entirely on the machine no hand sewing involved!

Small Scale Blues

Small Scale Blues

This miniature quilt was designed and made by Carmen Redler. It is a copy of the full size quilt produced as a cooperative project by members of Region 7 of The Quilters' Guild of the British Isles.

Japanese Style Quouch

Japanese Style Quouch

Kathleen McMahon made this striking jewellery case, combining hand and machine sewing

Flower Power Poppet

Flower Power Poppet

The typical spring weather makes this gorgeous baby jacket by Christine Reynolds an ideal gift for a child 6-12 months old.

Book With A View

Book With A View

A blank sketchbook is always a challenge so why not make a themed cover to get the inspiration flowing. Sue Hickman designed this cover for the Efco range of sketchbooks that have window mounts in the covers.

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Book With A View

A blank sketchbook is always a challenge so why not make a themed cover to get the inspiration flowing. Sue Hickman designed this cover for the Efco range of sketchbooks that have window mounts in the covers.

Java Jive

Moira Neal's glitzy cover will keep your coffee hot and is an ideal gift idea created using Italian quilting, a technique that has a lot to offer. Photographs by Tony Neal.

Miniature Double Wedding Ring

Sally-Anne Cole made this charming miniature double wedding-ring picture. Applique and bias strips form the rings with no curved piecing

Seasonal Chimes

Intrigued by Japanese folded patchwork, Carole Thompson decided to experiment with the usual square in a circle approach, and thought it would be more interesting to try a triangular version with pieced circles

Triangle Trickery

Pat Stephens unfolds the secret of how to make her triangular sewing box

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