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Winter's Eve

Winter's Eve

Curl up by the fire with a good book and snuggle under this starry quilt, designed by Sonja Short

Star Crossed

Star Crossed

A sumptuous collection of glittery paisley prints by Timeless Treasures inspired this spectacular star throw. Designed and made by Sue Martin

Summer's coming

Summer's coming

Jayne Hill shows you how to make this lovely quilt using only squares, not a single setting triangle in sight. Easy and fun, this project is suitable for quilters of all abilities, lending itself to scrap quilts, novelty prints and theme fabrics

Sister's choice

Sister's choice

Elisabeth Fuchs designed and made this quilt as an assignment for a City & Guilds course, taking the Sister's Choice block and trying to incorporate as many shadings as possible.

Blanket Throw

Blanket Throw

Do you have any old woollen blankets lurking in the back of your airing cupboard? If not, it is very easy to pick them up in charity shops. Moira Neal paid just £1.50 for this one

PP Mini Round Robin Round Four

PP Mini Round Robin Round Four

A nice easy Four Patch Border to finish your quilt

PP Mini Round Robin Round Three

PP Mini Round Robin Round Three

It's time for Round Three, No Waste Wide Windmills!

Early Spring

Early Spring

A simple scrap quilt, designed by Mavis Haslam and sewn using two traditional basket blocks - Cactus Basket and Basket of Chips - and only 3 templates

PP Mini Round Robin Round Two

PP Mini Round Robin Round Two

The second part of our Mini forum Round Robin! Broken Dishes all around.

Amish Pinwheels

Amish Pinwheels

A gorgeous Amish Pinwheel lap quilt by Anna McMahon Subscribers Only

PP Mini Round Robin Round One

PP Mini Round Robin Round One

The first part of our Mini forum Round Robin! A Foundation pieced St Louis Star.

Cats in the Sampler Part Four

Cats in the Sampler Part Four

By popular demand, we are happy to bring back Dilys Fronks' Cats in the Sampler project. This traditional sampler with a twist is published in four parts, this is the last part. Please make sure that you acknowlege Dilys as the designer of this project.

Cats in the Sampler Part Three

Cats in the Sampler Part Three

By popular demand, we are happy to bring back Dilys Fronks' Cats in the Sampler project. This traditional sampler with a twist is published in four parts, this is the third part. Please make sure that you acknowlege Dilys as the designer of this project.

Disappearing Nine Patch

Disappearing Nine Patch

The Disappearing Nine Patch is a simple variation on the traditional nine-patch block. It is very easy to make, and looks impressive when finished. Designed, made, and kindly shared by Brenda Dean. Photographs by Peter Dean. Quilters Pty. Ltd. 2009

Cats in the Sampler Part Two

Cats in the Sampler Part Two

By popular demand, we are happy to bring back Dilys Fronks' Cats in the Sampler project. This traditional sampler with a twist will be published in four parts, this is part two. Please make sure that you acknowlege Dilys as the designer of this project.

Cats in the Sampler Part One

Cats in the Sampler Part One

By popular demand, we are happy to bring back Dilys Fronks' Cats in the Sampler project. This traditional sampler with a twist will be published in four parts. Please make sure that you acknowlege Dilys as the designer of this project.

World Cup

World Cup

If you can't beat them, join in with this cheerleading World Cup throw. Just the thing to decorate the living room during June and July this year. Designed by Jessica Warren Pieced and quilted by Sue Martin

Alfa Memories

Alfa Memories

Anne Beaven designed and made this striking quilt for her Alfa-mad teenage son

Prairie Plaids

Prairie Plaids

Designed by Mary Jane Best and sewn by Mavis Haslam, this fat quarter-friendly quilt has a real country look because of the homespun plaids, checks and calico used

Eat your Fruit and Veg

Eat your Fruit and Veg

Simple pieced rectangles become triangles in this block quilt by Elizabeth Openshaw. This quilt could also be called eat your scraps as it is ideal for making using small scraps left from other projects

Top 5 Quilts

New Beginnings

Tracy Aplin designed 16 very different blocks to celebrate a change in direction.

Aberdare (Anturiaeth y Cwm)

Barbara Howell uses velvet to recreate a 19th-century quilt design. Barbara made this quilt for the annual exhibition at Llanidloes in 2002.

Tonal Tulips

Lesley Coles' double sided quilt is a breath of fresh air. Photographs by Jonathan Farmer.

Alfa Memories

Anne Beaven designed and made this striking quilt for her Alfa-mad teenage son

Star Crossed

A sumptuous collection of glittery paisley prints by Timeless Treasures inspired this spectacular star throw. Designed and made by Sue Martin

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