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Color Options from Quilts and More™ Winter 2012

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.

Scrap Lab Table Runner  

Designer: Bonnie Olaveson of Cotton Way

A touch of crisp, solid white adds sparkle to this sew-easy table runner.

Go to the free quilt pattern.


Bright & Easy

Designer: Marinda Stewart

Surround Four-Patch blocks with a trio of borders in a quick-to-make bed quilt. Fabrics are from the It’s a Girl Thing color story collection by Michael Miller Fabrics.

Bright & Easy Color Option

Patchwork Flannel Bed Quilt

Tone down the girly factor by narrowing the palette to burgundy red and gray. This quilt uses flannels that remind us of menswear woolens for this cozy version. The fabrics are from the Tailor collection by Timeless Treasures Fabrics and the Woolies flannel collection by Bonnie Sullivan for Maywood Studio.

Go to the free quilt pattern.

3-Hour Totes

Designer: Valerie Smith of Pumpkin Patch Quilter

Combine precut fabrics into strip sets and fashion a tote in a flash. Fabrics are from the Pom Pom de Paris collection by French General, Cabbages and Roses collection by Northcote Range, and Shangri-La cllection by Three Sisters for Moda Fabrics.

3-Hour Totes Color Option

Afternoon Totes

Whether it’s a stand-alone gift or a gift bag, this sew-easy tote is sure to please. Cut icy strips for a winter blue tote or a pink-and-green strips for a girl-friendly one. Fabrics are from the Lux metallic collection from Timeless Treasures and the Princess and the Frog collection from Northcott.

Go to the free tote pattern.

Elephants on Parade

Designer: Jocelyn Ueng of It’s Sew Emma

Let a sweet print take center stage on a wall quilt with a handful of borders. Fabrics are from the Play Date collection by Dear Stella Fabrics.

Elephants on Parade Color Option

Traffic Jam Wall Hanging

A novelty print carries through to the border fabrics: cheerful polka dots, wonky dots, and stripes. Fabrics are from Peak Hour collection by Kellie Wulfsohn of Don’t Look Now! for Riley Blake Designs, Mischief collection by Nancy Halvorsen for Benartex, and Backyard Baby collection by Patty Sloniger for Michael Miller Fabrics.

Go to the free quilt pattern.


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