My Editorís Pick from the September issue has to be this wonderful scrap quilt. Itís so quick to make and should make a dent in your stashes, although it doesnít always seem to work that way does it?
A quilt designed by Susan Guzman, using Karen Neuburger's Breast Cancer Pink Ribbons range for Ebor Fabrics
Lovely lawn-type cottons have been used to make this cheerful and summery vintage-style quilt
Join together spring daisies into a beautiful practical quilt
Practise your block making skills with lots of different half square triangles to make this delightful baby quilt
Wake up to a bed of roses each morning with this lovely small double bed quilt
Two ways to make this scrap quilt. A great quilt to make as a group challenge or to make at home alone
This scrappy quilt is a fantastic way to use up oddments from your stash...
Welcome to the final part of our four-part mystery quilt series
Farming fun with tons of tractors!
Welcome to Part Three of our growing four part mystery quilt!
The wild geese head north for summer in this strippy-style quilt
Welcome to Part Two of our fascinating four part mystery quilt series
Join in the fun with our exciting four part mystery quilt series!
Bring the beautiful outdoors into your home this spring, with a striking topiary bay tree design inspired by the symmetry of traditional English knot gardens ...
Although shown as a cot size quilt this delightful summery quilt could easily be adapted to make a larger quilt or even smaller to make the front of a bag or cushion Subscribers Only
This beautiful quilt was made over papers in the traditional English way and hand stitched and quilted. This is not a quick project - paper piecing takes time.
Stitch a quick and colourful Christmas throw with soft, brushed cotton squares Subscribers Only
A quick and easy Jelly Roll quilt. Add a background fabric to double the size! Subscribers Only
The fourth and final part of our piecing techniques series with quilt designer and maker Anja Townrow.
Tracy Aplin designed 16 very different blocks to celebrate a change in direction.
Barbara Howell uses velvet to recreate a 19th-century quilt design. Barbara made this quilt for the annual exhibition at Llanidloes in 2002.
Lesley Coles' double sided quilt is a breath of fresh air. Photographs by Jonathan Farmer.
Anne Beaven designed and made this striking quilt for her Alfa-mad teenage son
A sumptuous collection of glittery paisley prints by Timeless Treasures inspired this spectacular star throw. Designed and made by Sue Martin