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Designer: Emily Herrick of Crazy Old Ladies
An appliquéd airplane and rickrack loops propel the aviation theme of this crib quilt. It’s perfect for your little pilot-in-training. Fabrics are from the Whimsy collection by Fig Tree & Co. and the Branches collection by American Jane, both for Moda Fabrics .
Designer: Sue Marsh of Whistlepig Creek Productions
This pair of appliqué pillows is a treat to complete. Fusible appliqué is the trick!
Neutral Print Pillows
True to its name, Parson Gray’s Curious Nature collection for FreeSpirit lends an outdoorsy vibe to this pillow duo. Project tester Mary Pepper skipped the spooky appliqués and used a combination of prints to make these go-everywhere cushions.
Designer: Theresa Porter
T-shirt quilts have been tagged as a favorite by many. Take them beyond uniform with this elemental design.
Black-and-White T-Shirt Throw
Black was the common denominator in this collection of T-shirts. To capitalize on that color scheme, project tester Kathleen Williams used an assortment of black-and-white prints of varying scale and tone to give an ordered look to this throw.
Beachy T-Shirt Throw
The joy of building sand castles set the theme for this T-shirt throw. Project tester Judy Sams Sohn chose assorted batiks--all in sand and water hues--to bring eye-appeal and continuity to a disparate T-shirt collection.
Designer: Rashida Coleman-Hale
Accessorize in style. Construct a bag with enough room to tuck in your daily essentials.
Peekaboo Chevron Tote
Stitch up a version of Sweet Pleat in a fraction of the time by substituting a strip of fabric for the pieced insert. Project tester Mary Pepper chose prints from the Tempo collection by Greta Lynn for Benartex for this classic tote.
Designer: Cherri House of Cherry House Quilts
It’s a Rail Fence made modern! Save time building this quilt with strip-piecing.
Bolts of Blue
Choose a hue (how ’bout blue?) and let it be the guide for a controlled-scrappy throw. Our project testers, Kathleen Williams and Judy Sams Sohn, used a two-tone blue stripe for background and sashing and a bevy of blue-and-white prints from the Spa collection by Deb Strain for Moda Fabrics for this 25-block quilt.