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Designed by Anja Townrow, this small quilt can be used as a table centre or as a striking wall decoration. The centre star magically appears when the six foundation pieced diamonds are joined together.
If you are feeling in an angelic frame of mind, Mandy Shaw has several ideas using folk art angels. All are simple enough to sew in a few hours or less.
Encourage the bees to make honey with this charming hanging
Buy this project at myHobbystore. Budding aviators will be thrilled to have this hanging on their bedroom wall!
Quilt lovers young and old will enjoy sewing this quilt and then savouring the fruits of their labours, designed by Davina Thomas
Torans are a very traditional textile in northern India. Sewn using a combination of patchwork, applique or embroidery, they are designed to hang as a frieze over a doorway, welcoming both visitors and gods. Below the central panel, the hanging pennants represent mango leaves, a symbol of good fortune. This is a folk art toran by Marion Haslam which proves that even angels have bad hair days - it's probably all that fast flying!
Having started the centre with a Star, part two finishes this wall hanging with holly applique.
Starting in the centre with a Star, so apt for Christmas, this medallion style wall hanging in two parts has a combination of pieced blocks and applique. Start now and you may even be finished for Christmas this year!
This tranquil wall hanging was designed and made by Cherry Vernon-Harcourt inspired by venetian tiles
Pauline Lindsey experiments with foundation piecing and picture blocks to make this fun wall hanging Subscribers Only
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