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Create five Courthouse Steps blocks in cheery holiday colors for a special seasonal table runner.
Set aside a few hours to adorn the mantel with stockings styled for everyone in the family.
Decorate a Christmas tree with seasonal embellishments and a bright star on top for the perfect holiday greeting card. A cheerful printed message makes each card easy to personalize.
Compose this fresh red-and-white wall hanging with various cheerful prints and a simple Churn Dash block.
Craft jiffy, no-sew tree trimmings from splashy fabric. Choose a favorite holiday print or use scraps of leftover fabric for one-of-a-kind ornaments. Fabrics are from the Kumari Garden collection...
Whip up a cheery felted wool mitten to give away or hang on a Christmas tree. The ornament can double as a holder for small gifts, trinkets, or gift cards.
If you’re a machine embroidery enthusiast, download the digitized download of uneven satin-stitch snowflakes and snowballs from Karen Montgomery’s Frosty Fun quilt.
It’s never too soon to get a jump on the holidays--for yourself or for those on your gift list. This year, consider a quartet of easy ornaments that combine embroidery and embellishing. Stitch up...
Celebrate the warmth of the holiday season with these quick-to-stitch wool ornaments.
Like the road to a friend’s house is never long, it won’t take you long to complete this easy appliqué table runner for your holiday table.
Celebrate the season in style. Use your quilting skills to decorate your home for the holidays using our free patterns.
Whether you hang them on the tree or hand them out as special gifts, these redwork ornaments will deliver loads of Christmas joy.
Spread your love this holiday season with heart shapes that brighten a bowl, your tree, and gift packages. Iron-on fabric scraps and a few embroidery stitches make the ornaments easy to craft in...
Attach a bow-wrapped card to your presents for an handmade touch this holiday. The gift jumps off the card with the help of 3-D foam.
Build a cute snowman out of felt. Add a snowy greeting below him for a wonderful winter greeting card.
Use holiday prints to give a classic Double Nine-Patch block seasonal flair. Fabrics are from the Holidays at Home collection by Faye Burgos for ...
Use up the tiniest bits of fabric in a trio of two-color ornaments. Don’t be intimidated by their diminutive size—we’ve got the patterns for foundation piecing here.
Add sweet pleats to a Christmas stocking. Floral pinks and red polka-dot prints make for an unexpected seasonal color palette.
Finish a festive six-sided tree skirt fast using a cleverly cut border print. Choose novelty prints from the same collection to ensure that the fabrics will complement each other.
Trim your tree or gifts with these peppermint ornaments that put a yummy spin on your holiday decorating.
Traditional Christmas wishes are made extra warm by using felt for the letters. A light background helps the word pop, while a scallop edge adds a decorative touch.
Tuck tiny treats or a few Christmas greens in the tops of the stockings embellishing these fresh-for-the-season pillows.
A rustic cabin gets a garden cottage makeover with flirty florals from the Fancy Hill Farm collection by Robyn Pandolph for RJR Fabrics...
Embellish a handmade fabric ornament with seed beads and, if you wish, embroidery stitches.
Dress up snowflake ornaments with frosty beads and metallic embroidery floss. Hang a blizzard for a glittery tree or string on thread for a cute garland.