Articles 81 to 100 of 1798
Christmas does strange things to us – or me at least.
The second in this mini series of gardening themed tweed cushions.
A classic block known as Arkansas Traveller or Spools, made from squares, rectangles and half square triangles.
I am treading carefully as I welcome you to this November issue... in October... with the focus clearly on Christmas, for much as I love the festive season, even I have my limits as to how early my preparations start!
The Windblown Square, Whirlpool or Windblown Star, can be traced back to the 1880s.
A festive throw size quilt with a modern twist
Take a peek at what's inside this month
Shared interests and teamwork have been a recurring theme this month.
Play with colour to create depth in this delightful throw quilt which features curved corners to add a new twist to your skills.
P&Q has, and hopefully always will be, made for quilters by quilters. The Festival of Quilts pretty much is THE show to visit with something for every style and aspect of quilting.
Big block piecing make using large-scale prints fun in this delightful Bohemian style quilt
This roomy pencil case will keep your stationery supplies organised
A speedy that uses long strips to show off beautiful prints
Vibrant colours make this quilt, made from quarter square triangles, a striking addition to your home
One of the best things about living on these fair isles is the change of seasons.
A classic block known as Dutchman’s Puzzle or Windmill Block, made from four pairs of flying geese.
This block is composed of triangles creating a pinwheel star visually merging into a cross. It can be made entirely of thirty-two equal-sized triangles.
We are launching our brand-new Block of the Month… but this time with a difference!
The ombré effect of using different shades of blues remind us of sunny beaches and warm summer seas.
These quick pieced placemats and table runner will add a touch of style to your table setting.
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