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Appliquéd shooting stars encircle a field of pieced star blocks on this wall hanging. Set amid a navy print background, the stars seem to twinkle.
Everything is coming up pink in this wall hanging. Pink prints, florals, and stripes blend harmoniously, and variegated jumbo rickrack encircles each appliqué.
Use fusible appliqué and Snowball blocks in red, gold, and green for a festive lap quilt.
Brightly colored prints, polka dots, and batiks capture the excitement of giving in the delightful wall hanging.
Easy-to-turn Dresden-style pieces and trapunto add dimension to a festive pillow—a simple project for learning a new technique.
Send out a cheerful holiday greeting with a holly-and-berry table topper.
Pieced sashing in fruit-hued florals gives this peachy throw its delectable twist.
Perfect your applique points and curves with these tips from Jennifer Keltner.
See how to use fusible web in applique quilt projects.
Learn how to use freezer paper to prepare applique shapes.
Make this charming folk art wall hanging using fusible wool appliqué with buttons and rickrack for accents.
Add off-kilter strips one at a time to craft a bewitching jack-o’-lantern and coordinating Shadow Box blocks from favorite Halloween novelty prints.
Assorted fall colors are the perfect combination in this folksy wall quilt.
Cultivate a trio of techniques—hand and machine appliqué and hand embroidery—on a throw that has a harvest theme.
Neutral colors and sophisticated prints star in an appliquéd wall hanging. Stacked shapes add texture and dimension to a simple design. Fabrics are from the Ivory Kitchen collection by Candace...
Pay tribute to Old Glory with a folk art-style wall hanging featuring spirited flags waving in the breeze.
Salute America with a needle-turn appliquéd eagle and pieced stars in a table topper.
Combine whimsical bird and floral appliqués with playful pieced blocks for a sweet-as-can-“bee” quilt.
Practice your fusible appliqué skills with the whimsical cup and saucer motifs on this fast-to-make wall hanging.
Make one–or all three–of these felted wool-and-scrap fabric creations to decorate your home or to give as gifts.
Felted wool, a smattering of buttons, and a touch of wool roving combine to make a tactile treasure.
Combine machine appliqué and machine piecing to produce this lively quilt featuring 1930s reproduction prints.
For a project on the go, take along this folk art-inspired embroidered wool mat. It makes a perfect stitch sampler, too.
Appliqué fruit and straws to pieced glasses of refreshing drinks for a summertime table topper. Most fabrics are from the Pretty Roses collection by Winthur Sempliner for...
Sew a wall hanging with sections featuring favorite summer motifs — a bowl of lemons, blooming flowers, and sunny pinwheels. Fabrics are from the In the Kitchen collection by Patrick Lose for...