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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...

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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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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...

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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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No-fray felted wool makes this appliqué project quick to stitch. Glass beads and hand-embroidery further embellish the heart.

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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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If working with wool is new to you, designer Avis Shirer's table mat is the perfect project to get you started.

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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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Make it personal, a monogram adds personalization to any quilt. Give this quilt to a special little one that you love.

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Smooth stitching of appliqué shapes is all about understanding needle position and pivoting.
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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...

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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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A great last-minute gift idea! Personalize the wool design on the front to match the recipient's interests.

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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...

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Zigzag-stitch fusible words and motifs to create these fun place mats.

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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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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.

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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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Bring spring into any space with this appliqué wall hanging. Use freezer paper to prepare pieces for machine appliqué.

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Turn a small, spiral-bound notebook into a carry-along piece of art when you stitch up a new cover. Designer Jessica Levitt shows off her Timber collection for ...

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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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Hang this drawstring bag on the front door to welcome visitors or use the woodsy delight indoors to collect holiday cards.

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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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