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Punch up your summer table with a runner that’s easier than it looks. It’s all about the fabric placement—we show you how!

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Alternating bright print and white squares establishes a woven look in this table runner. Using large-scale florals for some of the white prints provides variation to the color sets. Fabrics are...

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Floral prints put a fresh spin on a classic Irish Chain. Alternate floral Irish Chain blocks with tone-on-tone print star blocks to create a sense of movement.

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Fall in love with easy-to-piece coral pinwheels. Careful fabric placement and selective quilting allow these subtle spinners to emerge at block intersections.

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Florals and solids combine for a stunning but easy-to-sew bed quilt. You can change the theme of the large rectangles—think plaids or reproduction prints—to customize for any room.

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A simple Pinwheel block is quite a star when it’s surrounded by multiple borders—pieced and plain.

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Combine bright yellows and pretty florals for a cheerful springtime wall hanging. Solid white block backgrounds let the baskets shine. Fabrics are from the Calico Days collection by Lori Holt of A...

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Mimic the flowers and dragonfly shapes in this appliquéd wall hanging with bright and bold florals in a trendy color palette of teal, navy, and yellow. Fabrics are from the Eden collection by Tula...

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Use large florals surrounded by pretty blues, teals, and greens to make a beautiful throw. Crisp whites help the florals pop off the quilt. Fabrics are from the Intrigue collection by Nancy Rink...

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Choose florals in green, blue, and pink for a color palette reminiscent of an English garden. Get a scrappy look by limiting your color palette yet using a variety of prints. Fabrics are from the...

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Sew a bright and whimsical table topper using an assortment of floral prints and bright borders. A carefully arranged pink zigzag print highlights the Nine-Patch blocks. Fabrics are from the...

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For a summery wall hanging, pair scrappy blues and crisp whites, then add small pops of red. Fabrics are from the Prairie Yard Goods collection by Patrick Lose for ...

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Choose a garden-inspired palette of greens, blues, yellows, pinks, and oranges, along with a floral incorporating all those colors, for a springtime masterpiece. Fabrics are from the Fantasy...

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Two white prints form zigzag paths against a backdrop of red and orange florals for a beautiful wall quilt. Fabrics are from the Lady Bug Blooms collection by Anne Bollman of Anne Was Here for...

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Make a pretty spring quilt using pastel and floral fabrics. Fussy-cut sashing squares add a seasonal accent. Fabrics are from the Claire collection by Tribeca for ...

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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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