Welcome to the Autumn 2021 issue
This stunning quilt designed by American quilter Giucy Giuce is a BIG quilt but it showcases the fabrics from his Inferno fabric collection perfectly.
A retro tweed work bag designed and made by Margaret Lee, the perfect bag to keep your next sewing project in!
Stunning 3D floral cushion designed and made by Roz Johnson using fabrics from sample books.
A stunning Oriental collection and a stunning quilt to match!
Designed and made by Michelle Roberts
Designed and made by Michael Caputo
This wonderful tote bag combines several techniques and is nice and roomy for trips to the beach this summer.
Sometimes you need a quilt in a hurry for the little ones in your life and the big blocks in this fun dinosaur quilt make this a quick make.
Create this delightful bunting for Easter. It would also look cute in a nursery. The bunting can be double-sided, or have plain backing.
Sometimes you just have to go large and let the fabrics speak for themselves which is what I’ve done in this quick pieced quilt featuring Chroma batiks designed by Alison Glass.
Piecing - Collette Howie
The second in this mini series of gardening themed tweed cushions.
The ombré effect of using different shades of blues remind us of sunny beaches and warm summer seas.
We showcase Makower’s latest collection, Blue Sky, in this homely quilt.
I have this terrible urge at the moment; it’s like an itch I can’t quite reach. Yep, I really want to start a new project!
Cuddle up to watch the stars with this quilt made from the delightful new fabric collection from Makower which features rockets, planets and spacemen.
Feel right at home with this cute wall hanging!
Introducing a new series quilt celebrating the beauty of tulips with their vibrant colours and shapes.
A different technique for making Half Square Triangle units in this lovely quilt designed by Lynne for Makower UK.
Regular readers of P&Q may remember the Tulip Stained Glass Cushion that Julie designed for us a couple of years ago. This new rose cushion makes a great addition!
Greta used a low loft wadding for this quilt so she could use it as a door curtain, but it works equally well as a bed or snuggle quilt. Raid your Liberty fabric stash (if you dare) or use any multi-coloured florals.
This Mexican-inspired baby wrap uses a patchwork version of Ojo de Dios or Eye of God for inspiration. Ideal as an extra layer for bundling up baby to take from the house to the car on a chilly day or, for an older child, it would make a lovely, soft play mat.
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