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Kick back and relax! Precut bundles make it easy to create a scrappy throw that’s perfect for lying out on the beach or keeping cozy on crisp evenings.

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Spruce up your surroundings with a quilt that radiates fearless fun. Don’t be fooled by what looks like blocks set on point. This clever design is really blocks set side by side.

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The recipe for this table mat is simple—just mix together a batch of charm squares with two fat quarters.

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Miter the corners of a scalloped border print, create a handful of Sawtooth Stars, and you’ll enjoy a quilted version of a cheerful vintage tablecloth. 

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For a fresh take on the classic Endless Squares block, use whimsical floral fabrics in pink and mint, and frame the quilt center with a large-scale floral. Fabrics are from the Clementine...

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Capitalize on eye-catching prints for an oversize throw with a quick-to-piece symmetrical arrangement of large fabric cuts and a coordinating pillowcase.

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Hop to it! Learn an easy spray-starch method to appliqué a cute critter on an egg-shape foundation.

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A scrappy assortment of green, red, and pink florals blooms across this wall hanging. Wide sashing and Four-Patches show off both large and small prints. Fabrics are from the Kensington Studio –...

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Piece rows of color in a scrappy, yet structured, wall hanging. Use cream prints and florals for the block backgrounds and setting triangles to create an elegant design. Fabrics are from the Arts...

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The secret to creating this field of stars is not in the blocks, but in the sashing. Fabrics are from the Teatime Floral Two collection for LakeHouse Dry...

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Fall in love with this wall hanging featuring pretty pastels and romantic florals. Scrappy 36-Patch blocks and strategic sashing jump off a cream quilt center. Fabrics are from the Rambling Rose...

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Use a cool-color palette sprinkled with metallic highlights to create a calming floral wall hanging that is subtle yet ornate. Fabrics are from the Kaya collection from...

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Highlight 5" charm squares between 2-1⁄2"-wide fabric strips in a quilt-as-you-go table runner to make home decor in no time.

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The rich, warm colors of fall meld together with understated elegance on a throw that combines delicate appliqué and classic piecing.

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Frame a fussy-cut fabric piece with a flower appliqué border and Log Cabin blocks. Pinks, oranges, and greens make for a fresh and bright wall hanging. Fabrics are from the Up Parasol collection...

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Four appliquéd and pieced flowers dance in circles in the blocks that make up this table runner. Use an earthy blue, brown, and cream color scheme for decor that lasts all year. Fabrics are from...

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Setting a stylish table is easy with this colorful runner. Rows of six-inch squares set on point come together fast for dynamic effect. This table runner is so easy you’ll want one for every...

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Sashing units become the star of this wall hanging. Four Square-in-a-Square blocks provide the perfect foil for the five stars formed by the sashing. Fabrics are from the Vintage Collection from...

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Sew a flowery springtime wall hanging by fussy-cutting a detail from your favorite big floral print. Fabrics in rich green and red hues add plenty of texture and bright color. A bold print border...

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Surround an appliquéd block with a sawtooth inner border and a floral outer border for a look reminiscent of Jacobean embroideries and other fanciful tapestries. Fabrics are from the M for Mystery...

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The Drunkard’s Path blocks in this wall hanging form undulating diamonds that are both curved and jagged. Tone-on-tone prints allow ample space for beautiful quilting. Fabrics are from the Tea...

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A range of blues from light to medium to dark forms a grid look in this wall hanging. Dark floral squares emerge from assorted lighter blues to give the project depth. Fabrics are from the Indigo...

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Make an easy tote even easier by choosing a great focal print and using precut 2-1/2"-wide fabric strips for the remainder of the bag. Use rickrack, eyelets, and a button for a polished patchwork...

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By making small triangle-squares from tone-on-tone rose prints you can create pieced sashing rectangles that flow together almost like a watercolor painting. This version features the Bouquet...

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These strippy totes are simple enough to make in one afternoon. Whip up a bunch for your family and friends for the holidays or make multiples to match your different outfits. Fabrics are from the...

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