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Color Options from Quilts and More Fall 2011

We know you love the quilt projects that appear in Quilts and More magazine. We took inspiration from projects in the magazine and created web-exclusive versions, complete with full instructions.

Make and Take Color Option


Casserole Carrier

Your hot dish will be something to crow about when you carry it in this spunky version of Make & Take. Project tester Kathleen Williams chose chicken and egg prints from the Metro Market collection by Ellen Krans for Robert Kaufman Fabrics to make this cheery tote.

Go to the free casserole carrier pattern.

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Initial Thoughts


Designer: Rachel Griffith of P.S. I Quilt

The writing’s on the wall. Showcase strip-pieced Flying Geese and the monogram of your choice on a letter-perfect baby quilt.

Initial Thoughts Color Option


Large Flying Geese Wall Quilt

Stitch a wall quilt that will make a perfect gift for a fan of things with wheels! Combine dot and argyle prints with novelty prints from the Ready, Set, Go! collection by Ann Kelle for Robert Kaufman.

Go to the free quilt pattern.

Make & Take


Designer: Monica Solorio-Snow of Happy Zombie

With just a few ingredients, whip up a handy carrier to tote cupcakes or casseroles to a potluck gathering

Make and Take Color Option


Casserole Carrier

Your hot dish will be something to crow about when you carry it in this spunky version of Make & Take. Project tester Kathleen Williams chose chicken and egg prints from the Metro Market collection by Ellen Krans for Robert Kaufman Fabrics to make this cheery tote.

Go to the free casserole carrier pattern.

Holiday Happenings


Designer: Monique Dillard of Open Gate Quilts

A pieced table runner in green, red, and cream sets a subtle tone for a season of festive gatherings.

Holiday Happenings Color Option


Autumn Splendor Table Runner

To capture the colors of the fall season, quilt tester Judy Sams Sohn combined two Kansas Troubles Quilters collections for this version of Holiday Happenings: Cattails & Clover for the blocks and Vine Creek for the border. Both collections are from Moda Fabrics.

Go to the free table runner pattern.

Strip Ease


Designer: Bari J. Ackerman

Sew and flip fabric strips to a muslin foundation for an eclectic bag with a decidedly feminine flair.

Strip Ease Color Option


Floral Strips Bag

Project tester Mary Pepper chose the blue prints from the Persia Collection for P&B Textiles to make this version of Strip Ease. To make the bag even faster to sew, she made her version with two sew-and-flip sides (omitting the outer pocket).

Go to the free bag pattern.

Sort by Color


Designer: Lori Mason

With easy-to-make-and-use templates and careful color placement, you can create the illusion of stacked hexagons in a spectrum of hues.

Sort by Color


Fall Spice Bed Quilt

No striped fabric means you need just two templates to make this easy-to-sew version of Sort By Color. Quilt tester Karen Gilson chose autumn hues from the Chestnut & Vine collection by Faye Burgos for Marcus Fabrics for this bed-size beauty.

Go to the free bed-size quilt pattern.

Motley Crew


Designer: Jennifer Schifano Eutsler

Fuse a pack of spotted hounds on an eclectic and colorful assortment of appliqué foundations.

Motley Crew Color Option


Easy Squares Quilt

If a splashy floral is more to your liking than a pack of canines, replace each appliqué block in Motley Crew with an 8-1/2" square of your favorite print. Quilt tester Mary Pepper chose multicolor plaid and black-and-white print sashing and border fabrics to complement the florals, all from the Floralicious collection by Michele D’Amore for Benartex for this simple quilt.

Go to the free quilt pattern.

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