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Stitch gift-card holders that give a hint of what‘s inside. Fabrics are from the Morning Rush collection by Carol Eldridge for Andover Fabrics and the Cut...

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Make your stars shine brightly with a metallic gold stripe and a punchy red print. The green print and white print backgrounds shine an even bigger spotlight on the stars. The red inner border and...

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See our sneak peek at the newest Christmas fabric collections, then start planning your holiday quilts, Christmas presents, and seasonal decor!

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Decorate a foam cone with dozens of assorted green yo-yos to make this whimsical holiday tree. Hold each yo-yo in place with a shirt button and bead-studded pins, then mount the tree on a glass...

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It’s a breeze to set up a decoupage tree created with stackable terra-cotta pots. Fabrics are from the 12 Days of Christmas collection by Kate Spain for Moda...

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Here’s a wall quilt that’s destined to become a holiday tradition. The dimensional tree boughs are quilted before the top edges are stitched into the seams of the background squares. Then they are...

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Combine stars, circles, and beads in a penny rug made of wool. Classic holiday colors make this a perfect decoration for a side table or even under a tiny Christmas tree.

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Increase your hand-embroidery know-how as you embellish holiday motifs on a set of stuffed wool ornaments. 

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Pleats and ruching dress up a festive pair of Christmas-theme pillows just in time for a season of good cheer. Fabrics are from the Isabelle Christmas collection from...

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A quick-to-piece, big-block quilt for the quilter on the go. Turquoise, red, and gray are a modern holiday color palette. Fabrics are from the Bliss collection by Bonnie & Camille for...

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Fussy-cut a beautiful fabric to star in the center of gemlike quilt blocks. Choose a holiday print with metallic touches for a throw that really shines. Fabrics are from the Holiday Flourish 2...

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Make the presentation as fun as what’s inside! Use a holly leaf pattern and a trio of buttons to add adorable appliqué to a lunch sack gift bag. Prairie points create festive fringe. Hook-and-loop...

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Whimsical holly appliqués and prairie points in an array of prints give this festive table topper seasonal cheer.

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A single star block split diagonally by color is rotated to create an intricate design. Fabrics are from the Olde World Style collection by Monique Dillard for ...

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Combine shades of blue, white, and gray to create a wintertime wall hanging that lasts well past the holiday season. Fabrics are from the Indigo Patchwork collection by...

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Add a personal touch to seasonal packages with festive gift tags made from sewing supplies and notions.

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Gather a variety of cool-tone solids for tree blocks, set the blocks side-by-side, and frame them with a narrow border to make a forest-inspired wall quilt. Fabrics are Kona cotton solids from...

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Spread joyful tiding this holiday season with a card made from bright prints and a standout message.

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Easy-to-make yo-yos add bursts of cheery color to this seasonal stocking.

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Set aside a few hours to adorn the mantel with stockings styled for everyone in the family.

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A partridge in a pear tree takes center stage on this quilted banner. With each pear ornament bearing an embroidered phrase from the much-loved carol, you’ll be singing along every time you pass...

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It’s never too soon to get a jump on the holidays--for yourself or for those on your gift list. This year, consider a quartet of easy ornaments that combine embroidery and embellishing. Stitch up...

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Embellish a handmade stocking ornament with bits of ribbon and beads this holiday season. The ornament has a small pocket, just the right size for a gift of folded cash or check.

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Compose this fresh red-and-white wall hanging with various cheerful prints and a simple Churn Dash block.

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Crazy-quilt mittens make pretty ornaments. They’re unexpected ways to conceal gift cards and cash gifts, too. With little pieces of fleece and velour and some sparkling embroidery, you can stitch...

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