Articles 121 to 140 of 1855
Itís funny how we think of December and January being our winter here in the UK, when quite often February can be colder with a higher likelihood of snow.
Sometimes you just have to go large and let the fabrics speak for themselves which is what Iíve done in this quick pieced quilt featuring Chroma batiks designed by Alison Glass.
The Sawtooth Star block is also sometimes known as Evening Star.
This bag is the perfect size for a weekend away, with lots of practical pockets and a roomy interior.
In my opinion, February is a month to be endured rather than enjoyed, and when March arrives Iím nothing short of euphoric!
Iíve always enjoyed a good mystery... from The Famous Five and The Secret Seven as a child, through to Miss Marple and Poirot as an adult Ė I love piecing together the clues and solving a whodunit!
Wow, 2017 was a bit of a whirlwind! A bit of a blur too if Iím honest. We certainly packed a lot into P&Q over the last year.
After all the excitement of Christmas and the New Year, January often feels dull by comparison. With daylight hours in short supply and usually grey, the aim this issue is to inject some much-needed colour into your world.
Equilateral triangles repeated in bold colours create a striking geometric look
Square set on point have featured in patchwork for centuries in both the USA and the UK. Whole quilts can be made in this design, or just a block as we are doing here.
Grab your brightest fat quarters for this simple and modern applique project
This block is composed of triangles and one central square set on the diagonal.
Piecing - Collette Howie
December, the month of goodwill quilters! Thereís a hashtag on Instagram called Ďget your quilty wishes grantedí, ask and you just might receive.
A block known as Hunterís Star, made from half-square triangles and squares. The corner chevrons, or arrow flights, form an eye-catching central eight-pointed star.
Make your own little village scene
Christmas does strange things to us Ė 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!
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