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Warm the heart with a wall hanging made from felted wool and flannel. The appliqué shapes were cut from jewel-tone scraps and the houndstooth and plaid flannel is from the Woolies Flannel...

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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.

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Fabrics from the Canterbury collection by Country Essentials for Connecting Threads enhance the folk art style of this one-block wall...

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Make a splash with a nautical-theme crib quilt. Stitched in pink prints and rose polka dots, this baby quilt will make a great gift for any baby girl. Nautical-theme prints from the Baby Love...

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Download this Project Designer Notes Designer Roseann Meehan Kermes cuts wool leaf pieces that embellish her needle cases with an Accu-Cut...
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Cotton prints mixed with wools, delicate beads, and a careful choice of threads give a needle case a vintage flair. Stitch around the appliqués with contrasting thread and the flowers may appear...

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Download this Project Materials Quilt designer: Darlene Zimmerman From American Patchwork & Quilting, August 2002 2 yards of solid...
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Save time by using fusible web to appliqué custom-made initials for the center block. This quilt is sure to brighten any room!

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Brighten up the traditional look of Pickle Dish and Lover's Knot blocks by using fabrics that contrast in both color and scale. Fabrics are from the Lift Your Spirits collection by Wendy Bentley...

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Are you new to appliqué and want to start out small before committing to a whole project? Make this one-block table topper. Fabrics are from Robert Callaham’s Canterbury collection for Red Rooster...

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Use an array of fabrics from the Kawaii Asian collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics to make an easy-to-piece, big block quilt.

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In an entryway or on the front door, this wintry wall hanging celebrates the frosty season.

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Add a handmade touch of wonder for baby by sewing a dozen or more of these poly-fiber-filled play blocks.

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Make a wall hanging with a spooky twist using Halloween prints from the Eerie Alley collection by SEI for Robert Kaufman.

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Raid your stash to make this table mat and matching mug mats. Add a personal touch by finishing this project with large, hand-quilted stitches.

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Ideal for tying onto a sewing basket, these tiny pincushions are great gifts for all your quilting buddies.

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These felted pencil toppers make the perfect gift for young children and cat lovers.

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Use felted wool to appliqué sunflower pincushions that fit your wrist. Gather your wool scraps and start making wristband pincushions—they make great gifts for fellow quilters and needlework...

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Simple squares and curved appliqués in bright prints pop off a coordinating solid to create a dynamic wall hanging.

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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...

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Layer and stitch fabric to create custom journals. Designer Jessica Levitt shows off her Timber collection for Windham Fabrics in...

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This bright, funky wall hanging is a like a glimpse into a tropical garden through a wrought-iron gate. Fuse solid black appliqués over a background fabric from Ricky Tims' Rhapsodie Colorée II...

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Wool pincushions pose as spring hats, making them perfect party favors for a Mother's Day luncheon or sewing circle. Or, make several for yourself and keep one in each of your sewing baskets.

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Combine a fruit shape with pastel floral fabrics to create a well-balanced design. Use the same cream tone-on-tone for the appliqué foundations and the rectangles and Four-Patch units in the...

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Don’t be afraid to choose a strong print or plaid as an appliqué foundation. Here, appliqués in the rich colors of the Farmhouse 2 collection by Buggy Barn for Henry Glass & Co. hold their own...

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