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Quilts and More Fall 2014

See the featured projects and web-exclusive patterns from the Quilts and More Fall 2014 issue.

Fall 2014

The Fall 2014 issue of Quilts and More is on sale from August 12--November 4.

Missed it? Order a digital issue here.


Scrap Lab Wall Art

Designer: Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie's Quilt Co.

Fabrics: Boysenberry Tonga Treats collection for Timeless Treasures Fabrics


Frame a trio of triangle-square projects in standard-size frames for affordable wall art.

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Scrap Lab Maxi Skirt

Designer: Patty Young of ModKid

Fabrics: Boysenberry Tonga Treats collection for Timeless Treasures Fabrics


Use 6"-wide strips to showcase stunning batik prints in a casual maxi skirt. Maxi not your style? Shorten strips to your desired length prior to construction.

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Scrap Lab Table Topper

Batik Triangles Table Topper

Mitered corners in the border and binding echo the miter look of the triangle blocks in this sparkling batik table topper.


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Petite Chic

Designer: Emily Herrick of Crazy Old Ladies

Fabrics: Glitz collection for Michael Miller Fabrics


Gold metallic adds shimmer to chevron and dot rectangles.

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Petite Chic Color Option

Color Blocking

Use the same print in a variety of hues to create an unexpected, yet cohesive, mix of colors.


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Just Write

Designer: Linda Turner Griepentrog 


Let’s get to the point! Sharpen your sewing skills while creating a cheery wall quilt suitable for any crafts room.

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Meet in the Middle

Designer: Joanna Figueroa of Fig Tree & Co.


Flying Geese units form a chevron effect through the center of a throw pillow. Covered buttons in coordinating fabrics add a dash of style. 

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Meet in the Middle Color Option

Boo to You

Create a whimsical pillow using Halloween prints. Fussy-cut words from fabric to showcase in the covered buttons.


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Autumn Gems

Designer: Karen Montgomery


Don’t be fooled by the hexagon shapes that bounce across the surface of this fall-inspired throw. The shapes are formed with a trapezoid pattern. Match the pattern pieces to make hexagons magically appear.

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Autumn Gems Color Option

Flip Flop

Light and dark trapezoids in a variety of reds and browns combine to look like scrappy hexagons in this cozy throw.


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Designer: Alexia Marcelle Abegg of Cotton+Steel

Fabrics: Remix: At the Zoo collection for Cotton+Steel


Pockets and fast-to-fuse appliqués sprinkled across an easy-to-piece quilt top combine for a terrific little boy’s throw.

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Fun on the Run

Designer: Christine Van Buskirk


When it’s time to pack your bags, combine your love for traveling and sewing—adorn your bags with custom luggage tags.

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Fun on the Run Color Option

Travel Buddies

Escaping on a tropical getaway to the blue skies and sunny beaches of the Caribbean? Make luggage tags to match the locale of your upcoming destination. Designer Christine Van Buskirk substituted a large ponytail holder for a fabric strap in one version of Fun on the Run.


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Good Vibrations

Designer: Kari Vojtechovsky

Fabrics: Carnaby St. collection by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics


Clever fabric placement in easy-to-sew Rail Fence blocks creates a striking quilt.

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Pint-Size Pocketbook

Designer: Keiko Clark


Tuck some lip gloss, keys, and money into this adorable on-the-go pocketbook.

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Witch Way

Designer: Christine Stainbrook of Project House 360

Fabrics: panels are from the Hocus Pocus collection by Deb Grogan for RJR Fabrics


Scared it’s complicated? Don’t be — we show you how to transform a panel print into a throw that welcomes trick-or-treaters of every age.

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Welcome Home: Fall

Designer: Kim Christopherson


A bit of piecing, easy fusible appliqué,and a few specialty embellishments create an inviting quilt.

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Smooth-Style Scarf

Designer: Janelle Swenson


The extra-long length allows you to wrap it for a fashion-forward look or loop it one more time for extra warmth.

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Smooth-Style Scarf Color Option

Snuggle Scarf

You can be snuggly and stylish this winter with a scarf made of cozy plush!


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Fall in Love

Designer Sherri K. Falls of This & That


Discover the joy of hand embroidery and embellish a kitchen towel (or two)! Plaid prairie points along the edge add color and texture.

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Ready, Set, Sew Lunch Bag

Designer: Amy Barickman of Indygo Junction


Repurpose an old pair of jeans into a hip lunch box!

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