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Showcase Solids in Quilts

Solid fabrics and solid lookalikes like tone-on-tones are becoming a popular way to add texture and interest to a quilt! Use them as backgrounds and borders to make prints stand out or use them in blocks as a way to show off quilting and beautiful piecing. 

Bright Four-Patch Throw

Rich black tone-on-tone background fabrics let lively Four-Patch units sparkle in this Amish-look quilt.

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Straight Furrows Log Cabin

Log Cabin blocks composed of bright orange and aqua prints and solid gray form scrappy-looking stripes across this wall hanging.

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Peekaboo Patterns

Seemingly mismatched prints come together beautifully in this table topper. In the Pinwheel units, bright fabrics peek through a solid background.

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Paisley Pop

Pack a punch with a plethora of paisleys and woven blocks made from carefully placed solid strips.

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Scrappy Rectangles

A mix of cranberry reds, sage greens, and rose petal pinks combine with a range of neutrals to create a simple quilt. Tone-on-tones ensure that each fabric stands out.

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Easy Triangles Table Topper

In each diagonal row of this table runner, triangles alternate between soft stripes and heathered solids.

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Sweet Retreat Quilt

Update a room with a pieced coverlet in flirty florals, dainty checks, and pretty prairie points against a tone-on-tone white fabric.

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Tree Time

Gather a variety of cool-tone solids for tree blocks, set the blocks side-by-side, and frame them with a narrow border to make a forest-inspired wall quilt.

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Flying Four-Patch Wall Hanging

To make a scrappy, small-scale quilt, select solids or tone-on-tones in a wide range of hues. 

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Double X Wall Hanging

Showcase a large floral in the center of tone-on-tones and a dark triangle-squares.

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What a Hoot Throw

Solid whites, browns, and creams balance the bright prints in this owl quilt. Plenty of open space also leaves you room for creative quilting.

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Simple Squares and Bars

Shot cottons in solid jewel tones make up a super-simple quilt.

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Fused Garden Blooms

The small prints and tone-on-tones in this quilt act as solids for the fused flowers and vines. 

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Fat Quarter Bed Quilt

Floral fat quarters form pieced stripes on this easy quilt. Solid watermelon pink strips and a yellow background show off quilting.

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Solid Squares Bed Quilt

Bright solid-color squares pop off the gray background in this simple-to-sew grid quilt.

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Blooming 16-Patch Throw

Darker tone-on-tones in this quilt act stand out against lighter prints to create a diamond shape on this wall hanging. Frame the quilt with head-turning borders.

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Reproduction-Look Doll Quilt

Triangle-squares rotate this way and that to create an overall diamond pattern. A variety of prints are held together visually by the use of a single solid blue fabric.

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Bright Four-Patch Throw

Rich black tone-on-tone background fabrics let lively Four-Patch units sparkle in this Amish-look quilt.

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Circle and Square Throw

Use a solid tan to help circles and squares stand out on a quick and easy lap quilt.

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