Perhaps Martha Milne should have called this quilt Historic Houses
This quilt takes its name from the blocks being able to be arranged into many designs, you then have the choice of deciding which one looks the best, which is not an easy task, you will want to make them all.
This quilt is made from a variety of 4 1/2 inch floral charm squares combined with a tone on tone background fabric. Designed, made, photographed and kindly shared by Brenda Dean.© Quilters Pty. Ltd. 2006
This quilt was made from friendship blocks given to Rita Hodges by quilting friends and students
This little cot quilt designed and made by Pauline Lindsey uses 13 fat eighths and a pack of posies and five extra fabrics that blended in
This bright and cheerful quilt is made using the same block, a spiral log cabin, in three different sizes. You can make your version using a mixture of different blocks or simply chose the size you like best. Designed and made by Tricia Revest
To reflect the season of harvest festivals, conkers and falling leaves, stitch this mellow quilt designed by Chris Franses.
A picture found on the Internet inspired Ray Harper to make this quilt. Like many Internet searches he has tried to locate it again but with no success. Photography by Jonathon Farmer.
This project is fantastic for using up lots of scrap fabric in an organised way. Designed and made by Sally-Anne Cole, it would be a perfect gift for an older child; perhaps one who is moving away from home for the first time
Lesley Brankin combines sails and pinwheels in this delightful windmill quilt. This quilt was designed and pieced by Lesley and machine-quilted by Jan Chandler.
Designed by Mary Jane Best and sewn and quilted by Mary Parry
A sumptuous collection of glittery paisley prints by Timeless Treasures inspired this spectacular star throw. Designed and made by Sue Martin
Buy this project at myHobbystore. This delightful quilt brings together printed and appliqued butterflies.
A quilt to brighten any dull day, with machine appliqued circles. Designed and made by Ruth Eglinton and half-square triangles the quick foundation way!
Old Maid's Puzzle is a traditional patchwork block which works well in a one block quilt. It is a simple block to construct but, when you use colour and tone in the following way, the finished quilt gives the impression of a complicated design. Designed and made by Stephanie Pettengell
This is a lovely quilt to make, which uses the Drunkard's Path blocks as the interlocking sections on the jigsaw pieces
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