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A dramatic applique cushion by Lesley Coles Subscribers Only
Learn an award-winning technique with this stylish and modern 16in cushion. It was made by Mary Wooden, using the same technique she used for her City & Guild's Diploma quilt, 'Tac-tile', which won second place in the Contemporary Quilt category at the Festival of Quilts 2005 Subscribers Only
Judith Wilson's quilt Even the Weeds are Blooming won the theme category 'A Bright Summer's Day' at The National Quilt Championships in 2000. Judith has designed this cushion to demonstrate her methods.
Barbara Howell has been inspired by Celtic motifs for many years and here she shares her innovative shadow quilting technique and some of her original designs.
Let rip with your rotary cutter and whizz up a dynamic cushion in next to no time. ldeal to give your room a stylish new look, designed and made by Mandy Munroe
A tiny fragment of reverse applique from the Hmong tribe inspired this stylish cushion made by Judith Wilson. The original measures just four inches.
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