1. Random half square triangle quilts in gorgeous bright colours
The fantastic thing about a HST pattern is that it is easy, straightforward cutting and sewing. If you are being completely random about your colour placement another bonus is that you don’t have to worry about following any particular order or pattern – you literally sew together whatever is next in your hands!
Machine quilting on your domestic machine is also achievable as you can sew ¼ inch away from seams and have a nice all over geometric quilting pattern without having to draw lines and use maths.
2. A bursting star in on-trend colours
If you are feeling like you need a bit of order, then what about a lovely big star quilt pattern! I love the matching mustard velvet lounge.
3. I am cactus over this too cute quilt
Being a big fan of pink and green this one caught my eye, a patchwork cactus. Imagine it in a quirky kids room, you could even upsize it and have it on your own bed!
Not a cactus fan? What about pineapples?
4. Possibly the world's cutest crochet tea cosy
To make it even more appealing it’s super easy! All you need to do is make two granny squares and sew them together (almost) click through for more instructions.
5. Macrame your day!
With these impossibly adorable key chains! Add your own twist and make your own accessories. Who can resist a one-of-a-kind key ring!
6. Lewis the lion
An irresistible Amigurumi pattern, look at his mane! Only basic crochet skills are required… what are you waiting for. Make a whole pride of them.
7. Felting ok?
Alpacas seem to be having a moment and I think I know why – look how charming this fellow looks! New to felting? Don’t worry it really is very achievable. You will however need a felting needle, available at Spotlight.
As always show us what you make! Don’t forget to tag @BHGAUS #BHGAUS
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