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Stitch sumptuous cushions for Christmas, inspired by the designs of William Morris and his Arts and Craft Movement contemporaries
A gorgeous throw pillow designed by Art Gallery Fabrics using their Urban Mod range
Make this stylish cushion wrap with no fussing about zips and fastenings
Embrace those autumn leaves, with this unusual cushion. Made from scraps, it is deceptively simple to make.
A quick and easy hand sewn project designed by Janet Swallow. Put your old woollens and scrap knitting yarns to use in this bright and cheerful Mola style applique cushion
A surprisingly quick pick up and put down project for those long summer journeys: designed and made by Janet Swallow
This big bold floor cushion, designed and made by Anne Beaven, uses the simple and fun technique of machine reverse applique. Change the colours at will to suit your home decor.
Here is a fresh method for Cathedral Window, devised by Dorothy Stapleton to make these striking cushions. Subscribers Only
Elisabeth is not very keen on Sudoku games as in her opinion they take up too much quilting time, but she loves a challenge. So when Davina suggested readers try and design a Sudoku inspired quilt in our March 2006 issue, she asked her 10-year old son to solve the puzzle for her. Cdric was delighted to oblige and here is the result of this new type of mother-son collaboration!
A simple hand sewing project, using traditional techniques but brought up to date with contemporary style, this cushion is bound to suit any lounge
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