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North, south, east or west, working with wool for appliqué is best-for some quilters. Why? It's easy to handle, doesn't fray, and is quite forgiving. Give it a try on this charming wool wall...
If working with wool is new to you, designer Avis Shirer's table mat is the perfect project to get you started.
A great last-minute gift idea! Personalize the wool design on the front to match the recipient's interests.
In an entryway or on the front door, this wintry wall hanging celebrates the frosty season.
Use a 3-D fabric-folding technique to make stunning Sunburst blocks with ease-and with perfect points. This table runner features the Fiesta collection from Blank Quilting.
Combine hard lines and soft curves as well as machine piecing and appliquéing methods in a batik throw. Fabrics are hand-dyed batiks from the Enchanted Journey Batiks collection by Patricia Lueker...
Fusible web makes this appliqué project a fast and easy one to complete. Choose vibrant colors and sassy prints to make it an eye-catching addition to your decor.
Make it personal, a monogram adds personalization to any quilt. Give this quilt to a special little one that you love.
A spider’s smiling face adorns a cute felt bag, perfect for trick-or-treating.
You don't even need a sewing machine to make this charming wool table appliqué centerpiece.
Bring spring into any space with this appliqué wall hanging. Use freezer paper to prepare pieces for machine appliqué.
Hang this drawstring bag on the front door to welcome visitors or use the woodsy delight indoors to collect holiday cards.
Cotton scraps, buttons, and batting for the snowman's body give this delightful jingle-bells door hanger one-of-a-kind character. What a great gift for family and friends!
In no time, you can create an interactive quilt using a playful mix of prints that reflect a few of your child’s favorite things. To enhance the illusion that the novelty prints are actually being...
Black pumpkin silhouettes on a creamy white tablecloth bring an elegant touch to a Halloween table.
What looks like intricate curved piecing on this table runner isn't actually piecing, but rather curved appliqués layered atop an easy-to-make foundation block. Each block features a print and...
No matter which pillow you choose-pieced squares or machine-appliquéd circles- each is a snap to create.
No-fray felted wool makes this appliqué project quick to stitch. Glass beads and hand-embroidery further embellish the heart.
With a casual folk art style, designer Pat Sloan creates her classic quilt with contemporary methods-fusible appliqué and machine-blanket-stitch.
To make the urn appliqué appear to be more intricate than it is, fussy-cut a stripe to look like ornamentation. For an Art Deco look and greater definition of fused appliqué pieces, outline each...
Make sure your passion for quilting shows-even at your desk! Save those bits of fabric and turn them into a customized mousepad that tells your story.
Turn the tables on a vintage tablecloth. Use it as your appliqué foundation! Then learn to do freezer-paper appliqué to add the sunflower motifs with our easy-to-follow instructions.