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Easy-to-turn Dresden-style pieces and trapunto add dimension to a festive pillow—a simple project for learning a new technique.
Send out a cheerful holiday greeting with a holly-and-berry table topper.
Chill out and hand-embroider snowman blocks to welcome winter.
Holiday decorations don’t always have to be made in traditional colors. Try a different color palette for modern flair. Fabric is from the Simple collection of Indah batiks and solids from Me+You...
Finish ornaments in a snap for perfect tree decorations or gifts! Download the ornament template at www.allpeoplequilt.com/circle.
One yard of fabric and a 14" pillow form are all you need to quickly transform decor or make a fun gift!
Celebrate the season in style! See 15+ quick and easy ways to decorate your home using quilts and favorite holiday fabric.
Make a small fabric ornament perfect for decorating your tree or adorning a gift!
Use a variety of traditional holiday colors and prints in a wall hanging fit for decking the halls. Metallic touches and star and snowflake quilting make this a Christmas favorite. Fabrics are...
The holidays are a stressful time of year for quilters. Between sewing holiday decor, handmade gifts, and seasonal quilts, there's barely time to think about Christmas shopping and baking cookies...
Elevate your gift-giving with fabric gift tags that double as keepsake ornaments.
Lay out an adorable snack mat just for Santa. Fusible-web appliqués of a cookie plate and a milk glass labeled with embroidered words mark the placement for Santa’s Christmas Eve must-haves.
A bottle of wine is always a thoughtful gift, but you can personalize it by enclosing it in an embellished bag.
Make a list and check it twice for must-have holiday ornaments you can finish in a snap using festive novelty prints.
Brighten a wall and accent a winter scene nearby with a forest that truly is evergreen.
Using a border print makes it easy to whip up this pretty holiday project to trim your table or delight your secret pal.
These petite mittens might not warm your hands, but they will definitely warm your heart with their charming details.
Make a gift of wine or other food item more memorable by creating pretty fabric packaging.
Fool everyone with machine appliqué that looks hand-done on this simple but festive piece.
Give a contemporary spin to a classic Double Nine-Patch block using solids and mottled fabrics in a limited color palette.
Two shapes are all it takes. This dynamic quilt is composed entirely of squares and triangle-squares in various color combinations.
Love those whimsical prints with a look from a bygone era? Use them to sew up bags that are just as good as the gifts inside!
The muted colors and soft felted wool make this folksy table runner a holiday favorite.
No matter how you use them, these quick pincushions are cute enough to give individually or as a towering set of three.
Hang up a stocking—with or without a mantel—this holiday season by making a fusible, framed treat.