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Color Options from Quilts and More Winter 2009

We know you love the projects printed in Quilts and MoreT. We took inspiration from the magazine and created Web-exclusive projects.

Curve Appeal


The secret to the structure of this shapely tote hides from view.  It’s fusible fleece.
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Hot Tamale


This one’s sizzling hot and super simple. If you can cut a strip and sew a seam, you can make this quilt in a heartbeat.

Hot Tamale Color Option


Simple Strips

Need a quick gift for Valentine’s Day? This time-saving quilt involves just five rows of multicolored rectangles that are finished by long sashing strips and a border from a single novelty print. The vintage-inspired prints from Love Notes by Faye Burgos for Marcus Fabrics are mixed with complementary fabrics.

Click here to download instructions needed to make this throw.

Curve Appeal


The secret to the structure of this shapely tote hides from view.  It’s fusible fleece.

Curve Appeal Color Option


Quilted Tote Bag

Fashion and function combine in a rugged bag composed of fabrics from Floating Flowers collection by Kaffe Fassett for Westminster Fabrics, plus a complementary stripe. Pockets outside and in allow easy access to keys, phone, and other small items.

Click here to download instructions needed to make this bag.

Trim a Tree


Love to make yo-yos? That’s the only sewing on a one-of-a-kind holiday tree centerpiece.

Trim a Tree Color Option


Yo-Yo Egg

Yo-yos turn common foam eggs into holiday treasures. Gather a selection of spring fabrics, make yo-yos, and secure them to eggs with buttons and bead-topped pins to create an easy holiday centerpiece.

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Sand & Surf


Can you believe this strippy beauty is just a fancy version of a Rail Fence design?

Sand & Surf Color Option


Bright Four-Patch Throw

Rich black tone-on-tone background fabrics let lively Four-Patch units sparkle in this Amish-look quilt. Fabrics are a series of tone-on-tones from a Fusions collection for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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Rhapsody in Blue


Can you keep a secret? This Single Irish Chain quilt showcases a simple Nine-Patch in disguise.

Rhapsody in Blue Color Option


Fat-Quarter Floral Throw

Make a gardenlike quilt using Nine-Patch blocks and 9-1/2” floral setting squares. Use a variety of fat quarters for a scrappy look or use fewer fabrics for a controlled look. We used fabrics from Full Bloom by Bari J for Windham Fabrics.

Click here for instructions needed to make this throw.

Market Fresh


Start it in the morning, and by afternoon you’ll have the prettiest reuseable tote at the farmer’s market.

Market Fresh Color Option


Reusable Market Bag

Start this in the morning, and by afternoon you’ll have a cloth tote for the farmer’s market or grocery store. For this spacious bag project maker Judy Sams Sohn chose eye-catching blue-and-white prints from Always & Forever collection by Alex Anderson for P&B Textiles.

Click here to download instructions needed to make this bag.

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