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So it would appear I can see into the future! Did I not say in my column in the last issue that by the time it came out, we would have skipped through spring and rushed headlong into summer?
Sometimes you need a quilt in a hurry for the little ones in your life and the big blocks in this fun dinosaur quilt make this a quick make.
Delight a little dinosaur fan
Transform bold fabric into a beautiful throw-sized quilt
Keep your pegs in style this summer with this pretty peg bag
Having had the photoshoot on possibly the dullest day of the year, it’s hats off to our photographer, Emma Sekhon, for magically capturing what little light there was and giving the illusion that summer was finally here!
Is it Spring yet? Did I blink and miss it and by the time this issue comes out we are enjoying summer?
Everyone loves succulents and now you make a mini quilt featuring them!
Colourful bubbles of varying sizes float across this quilt
On Sale April 13!
Whether it’s shopping or heading for the beach, this capacious tote will carry everything you need.
This bright cushion gives a fabulous pop of colour to any sofa
Whilst making projects for Easter isn’t as big a ‘thing’ as making Christmas-themed items, I do like to try and theme the issue that comes out around Easter time with spring projects.
Create this delightful bunting for Easter. It would also look cute in a nursery. The bunting can be double-sided, or have plain backing.
This little tote bag is quick to make and can be easily folded away in your purse for when you go shopping.
Colourful flying geese move all over this quilt.
A fun, nature inspired variation of the pineapple block
Over the last nine issues we have been introducing you to a different block, and this issue we are thrilled to be sharing our final design with you.
The Bow Tie block, inspired (as its name suggests) by men’s neckwear, dates back to the 19th century.
On sale March 9!
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