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Dress up your table for any season or holiday with an easy-to-sew runner made from strips of fabric. (No binding required!)...

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Batiks in cool hues add texture to a wall quilt that contains a lot of motion. Fabrics are from the Summer Picnic collection by Jacqueline de Jonge and the Whisper Vol. 2 collection, both for...

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Batik stars shine against both light and dark backgrounds in a calming table runner. Fabrics are from the Baker’s Dozen collection by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts for...

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Batiks have been around for thousands of years. Believed to originate in Asia, batiks is a way of dyeing fabric using wax to protect certain parts of the fabric so those parts don’t absorb the dye...

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Bring to mind a day at the beach with rows of fabric representing the sea, sand, and sky. Fabrics are from the Spa Day batiks collection by Daniela Stout for ...

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For a quilt that mimics ocean waves, select dozens of batiks in sea glass colors and combine them in a bargello design. Fabrics are from the Cracked Ice collection by...

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Batiks in both primary and secondary colors combine to create a vibrant table topper. Fabrics are from the Malam V Batiks collection by Jinny Beyer for RJR Fabrics...

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Mix batiks and solids in a simple quilt that makes an eye-catching fall table topper. Fabrics are from the Effervescence collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics...

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The mottled blues and greens of this complex-looking quilt call to mind a bubbling brook and a peaceful meadow. Cut Rail Fence units in half diagonally and piece them back together to give the...

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Batiks in rich jewel tones make this throw-size quilt dance with color. Once individual blocks are completed, the quilt is assembled in vertical rows to ensure that the narrow pieces line up...

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Use an explosion of bright hues in a wall hanging. The rainbow effect—with stairsteps moving from hot to cool colors—stands out against the black background. Fabrics are from the BeColourful...

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A pillow of Log Cabin blocks showcases beautiful batiks in a rainbow of colors. Fabrics are from the Java Batiks collection by Maywood Studio.

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Inspiration can come in the most unlikely of places. While on a quilt retreat, the designer of this stunning batik throw was captivated by the twists and turns of a tiled auditorium floor.

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Use a black-and-white batik as a foundation to showcase beautiful and bright colors. A Dresden Plate block blooms like a flower from the center of this pincushion. Fabrics are from the Indah Hand-...

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Looking for a quick shower gift? Larger-than-life Pinwheel blocks ensure this baby quilt comes together quickly.

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Mermaids, jellyfish, narwhals, and other sea creatures frolic together in this cheery baby quilt. Batiks add an underwater feel. Fabrics are from the Sunkissed Swimmers collection and assorted...

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The unexpected pairing of batiks and metallic prints results in a sophisticated wall hanging. Fabrics are from the Juniper and Tonga Treat Strips: Jupiter collections, both from...

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Combine African-theme prints and bright batiks in a quilted throw. Solid black sashing creates crisp lines and makes the savanna scenes in the center of the quilt come to life. Fabrics are from...

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Red squares add a punch of color to serene blue and white strips. Fabrics are from the Fire & Ice Batik collection for Moda Fabrics.

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Use a breathtaking assortment of batiks in a Square-in-a-Square design. This wall hanging begins with warm colors in the center, then moves to cool colors around the outside for a final product...

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Mitered corners in the border and binding echo the miter look of the triangle blocks in this sparkling batik table topper. Fabrics are from the Boysenberry Tonga Treats collection by...

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Using a range of blue and green batiks and prints gives the sense of a deep, impenetrable ocean.

 

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Pops of yellow, red, and blue make Pineapple blocks sparkle. The rich browns and tans in this batik wall hanging increase the contrast even more. Fabrics are from the Tonga Hemingway collection by...

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Use an unexpected mix of batiks and prints to add depth and scrappiness to a wall hanging. Careful placement of light and dark fabrics makes a checkerboard look that grows darker in the corners. ...

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Punch up the color palette with a variety of fiery batiks. A shimmering star in the middle radiates red, yellow, and orange. Fabrics are from the Java Origins, Batik Blenders, and Shibori...

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