In the cold evenings,why not snuggle up and stitch a hand-pieced project? This cosy lopsided star quilt was designed and made by Anne Beaven
Yvonne Heyward made this simple lap quilt in a couple of evenings. Yvonne explains, "I had swapped lots of charm squares with friends and wanted to use them in one project and this seemed ideal"
This small quilt, designed and made by Stephanie Pettengell, is quick and easy to make.
One advantage of working in a quilt shop is that you sometimes get your hands on new fabric ranges first in order to make up show and shop samples: that was Carolyn Forster's excuse for making this delightful nine patch quilt
This raggy quilt was made entirely out of recycled children’s clothes Carole Atkinson purchased from charity shops
Davina Thomas has designed an easy quilt with sparkling large and small Evening Stars.
Shiver me timbers it's pirates. Ideal for any boy or girl who is pirate mad. Simply pieced with half square triangles, this quilt will be a treasure for years to come. Designed and made by Judy Edwards.
Use Jelly Roll strips to piece this reversible quilt-as-you-go project. Designed by Fiona Law, made by Sally Stevens and Sadie Yeomans.
a little gem of a quilt! This quilt is made using quilt-as-you-go and a stitch-and-flip method of construction; make up the blocks individually, trim to size and then use sashing to assemble the quilt
Snowballs may suggest winter, but this snuggle quilt in warm colours will set you thinking of warmer days
The block used in this quilt is called Straits of Georgia, which is a simple block to construct, using strip piecing techniques and a method often called 'cut and come again'. You will gain practice with rotary cutting, strip piecing and butting seam allowances for accurate piecing
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