Prepare to be dazzled as we unveil the latest projects crafted by the incredible members of our quilting and sewing community.
There’s a wonderfully diverse range of quilts and craft projects this time around, all made using our fabrics.
I want to express a big thanks to everybody that took the time to share their remarkable work and allow us to publish them here.
I hope these photos serve as inspiration, sparking your creativity and igniting your passion for sewing.
Remember, this isn’t a contest; it’s a celebration of creativity in all its forms. Many of our customers are newcomers to the world of sewing and quilting, and you’re all winners in our eyes!
So without further ado, let’s get on and see these wonderful makes.
This lovely quilt is from Heather and features multicoloured blocks of fabric. I adore how the black and beige fabrics provide a subtle background, allowing the other fabrics to shine.
This real masterpiece is from Penny. I love the the poppy designs and the stitching is absolutely exquisite.
This gorgeous quilt from Kennie features the versatile 4-patch quilt block. Very striking design and great use of colour.
I absolutely love these owls from Alison. Really wonderful work.
Kimberley created this lovely quilt using our fabrics and our ‘Fun with Triangles’ pattern. Double thumbs up!
This matching quilt and cushion set was made by Joanne. Great work.
Mary had a lot of fun making these fabric boxes. They’re a great design and so practical as well.
You’d never guess that this quilt from Jackie is the first one she has ever made. As she works in a school, she completed it during her summer holiday. A+ for your homework, Jackie!
If you’d like to make something similar, this quilt used our free batik strip quilt tutorial.
Hazel, who describes herself as a beginner, was inspired to make these napkins after visiting a friend who had Christmas napkins with mitred corners and fine hems. So, she taught herself to do it. Well done Hazel, a great choice for a beginner project.
Sue is working on this colourful quilt for her daughter who is a midwife. They will be used for NHS anniversary boxes for babies born in the Unit.
Heather made this lovely quilt for her daughter. Not surprisingly, they’re both delighted with how it turned out. I particularly like the use of patterned and plain fabric.
This colourful batik tote bag from Heather, is based on the log cabin quilt block. It’s a great reminder that quilt blocks can be used for much more than just making quilts.
Majella is also a beginner who created this striking quilt. I love the use of muted colours in this one.
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