This series of patterns is inspired by my love of the quilting pre-cut, be it fabulous fat quarter bundles, the ever-versatile 2.5" strip, the cute charm square or the wondrous layer cake - these patterns are to encourage you to get out those pre-cut bundles and start sewing! 

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Four Patch Quilt

This pattern uses 2½" fabric strips, otherwise known as a jelly roll, to create this simple yet beautiful quilt- great for skilled beginners

Snowball Kiss Lap Quilt

Uses 5" charm squares to make half- snowball blocks, which are then grouped into sets of four to create a 'kiss'.

Bargello Pouch

Use left-over 2½" strips to make this cute box pouch using a clever 'tube' technique to create a Bargello pattern.

Rainbow Strippy Quilt

Use the versatile 2.5" strip to create this bright and cheerful quilt to brighten up a dark and dreary British winter! 

Dresden Plate Cushion

Use any pre-cuts from your collection to make these cute Dresden wedges using English paper-piecing, then appliqué it onto a background square. 

Mosaic Garden Quilt

This gorgeous lap or child's quilt is made using 5" charm squares and simple solid or blender sashing strips.

Flying Geese Cushion

Use a quick and easy method to make four flying geese blocks at a time to create this bright and modern cushion

Octagon Star Table Mats

Careful cutting and clever marking make these pieced blocks easier than they first look.

Flower Basket Lap Quilt

Learn some basic foundation piecing using simple blocks to make a gorgeous lap quilt.

Irish Chain Cushion

2.5" strips really come into their own to make this simple yet really effective design.

Strippy Star Table Runner

Use a clever strip-piecing technique with 2.5" fabric strips to create these fresh and modern stars - ideal for a subtle Christmas.

EPP Pincushion

Discover the technique of curved English paper-piecing with this beautiful pincushion project.

Shoo Fly Needlecase

Use a couple of fat quarters to make this cute case based on this traditional quilt block.

EPP Flower Hoop Art

This project uses a curved English paper-piecing technique and some fussy-cutting to create this flower design to adorn your wall.

Ups & Downs Quilt

Use the snowball block and a clever layout to create these striking rows of arrows.

Staggering Nine Patch Quilt

This quilt shows how the simpliest of blocks can make such a pretty design - great for jelly rolls!

EPP Purse

Make this pretty flower using English paper-piecing - a great gift for a friend or yourself!

Disappearing Courthouse Steps Quilt

These blocks come together pretty quickly using jelly roll strips.

Mug Rug

This is a real scrap buster with a little EPP and some machine quilting for a quick finish.

Rail Fence Quilt

How the simplest of blocks can make the most striking of quilts.

Christmas Wreath Tablemat

These stunning mats will certainly be a talking point at the festive table - why not make a whole set

Picture This Tablerunner

This is a great pattern for a fat quarter bundle, and features partially seamed blocks and half square triangles (HSTs)

Wonky Squares Wall Hanging

Create you own piece of modern art using 'nearly improv' cutting to make these fun wonky squares blocks.

Christmas Star Bunting

Make some glorious festive bunting to decorate your home this Christmas - this is a great hand sewing project!

EPP Flower Pincushion

Use fabric scraps and the traditional handsewing technique of English paper-piecing to make this ever useful and very cute pincushion

Dotty Cushion

This simple cushion is a great project for using up those irresistable mini-charm packs or scraps from the stash

Vintage Buzz Saw Quilt

Use layer cake squares to make this pretty quilt based on a traditional quilt block.

Novelty Pencil Case

Fat quarters are ideal for making last minute gifts, so why not try this cute pencil case - ideal for Secret Santas or stocking fillers!

Wavelength Quilt

Use the ever-versatile 40pc strip set and some simple piecing to make this effective large bed quilt finishing at 88".