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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.
Festive foundation-pieced trees adorn a pair of stockings. Make several in seasonal colors to decorate your mantel.
See some of the newest Christmas fabric panels, then start planning your holiday quilts, Christmas gifts, and seasonal decorations!
Whether you're baking for a holiday party or cooking up gifts for everyone on your list (including pets!), these scrumptious recipes are perfect for the season.
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It’s never too early to start making Christmas presents. To create this table runner, sew together three blocks using a Log Cabin variation and add borders. Fabrics are from the Peace on Earth...
Bring glad tie-dings to your door decor—knot fabric strips around a wire frame for a custom look.
Hand-stitch holiday motifs to a mitten shape for a stocking to hide presents or a cute gift for friends!
Hang this drawstring bag on the front door to welcome visitors or use the woodsy delight inside to collect holiday cards.
If bold and vibrant colors are your style, complete this quick-and-easy wall hanging in time for the holidays. Fresh and funky shades of lemon yellow and lime green, along with jewel-tone...
Floral fabric turns into holiday sweets when you fussy-cut pieces and combine them into kaleidoscopic swirls.
While it looks like traditional needle-turn appliqué, this seasonal quilt is all sewn by machine. You should be able to get it done in time for gift-giving!
Don’t let the sight of all these small pieces scare you. They’re actually cut big enough to handle easily, then trimmed to size after they’re sewn in place.
Create a beautiful holiday table topper that echoes the seasonal appliqué on both the quilt center and outer border.
Decorate for the season with a festive, quick-to-make wall hanging or table runner. What makes it even easier? The featured ornaments are fussy-cut, not appliquéd!
Use up the tiniest bits of fabric in a trio of two-color ornaments. Don’t be intimidated by their diminutive size—we’ve included two techniques to ensure success.
Set a more neutral holiday table with a runner sporting a background of cream and black. A poinsettia adds a pop of red, creating a festive focal point. Fabrics are from the Love More collection...
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...
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...
See our sneak peek at the newest Christmas fabric collections, then start planning your holiday quilts, Christmas presents, and seasonal decor!
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...
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...
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...
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.