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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!
Gosh, sometimes it feels like writing my Welcome column to you comes around so quickly!
Welcome to the March issue of Popular Patchwork!
Make a modern quilt with a retro feel
This go-to tote is functional, practical and stylish!
Simple improvised sail boat blocks in Oakshott fabrics make a generous lap quilt
It’s 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 I’ve 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 I’m nothing short of euphoric!
I’ve 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 – 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 I’m honest. We certainly packed a lot into P&Q over the last year.
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