A nifty fun way to make stars. Nifty in that you don't have too many points to worry about matching - make it and see for yourself! A great way to focus some fussy cutting, or you could use an alphabet panel for the centre of the stars. Requirements Layout 3x3 Stars 3x4 Stars 5x6 Stars Quilt size 40” x 40” 40” x 51” 62” x 73” Points of Stars - Colour A 40cm 40cm 90cm Points of Stars - Colour B 30cm 40cm 90cm Background 140cm 160cm 340cm Centre of stars. Each 5” square. This is not...
Old World Charm This quilt reminds me of the small hankies we had as children. Combined with 1930's fabric it looks very sweet. Suitable for a baby girl or boy. It is easy to construct and the kit has all you need for the top. A cute red spot is also included for the binding.
Modern Colours for Baby I really enjoyed the combination of deep purple, orange, yellow and green complementing the greys in the quilt. The images of the animals and their babies are lovely resulting in a modern looking quilt. If you wanted to make a larger quilt you could just use two kits. The size of the illustrated quilt is 46" x 54" (120cm x 140cm) and a kit is available. Another Colour way.
Puppy Love A great quilt for boy, girls or if you love puppies. This quilt is a good sized throw at 49” x 49” (125cm x 125cm) and is simple to make. Kits are available. The kit has instructions and contains all the fabric to make the quilt top and binding.
A cute pink and grey birdie quilt . Cot size: 43" x 49" Just off the quilt machine yesterday and the binding sewn on last night!! A kit is available, or just the pattern if you prefer.