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Set apart orderly Flying Geese rows with bold floral sashing and border strips pulled from the Road to Marrakech collection from Studio E...

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Decorate the band of a pillowcase with fusible leaf appliqués. Use this free pillowcase pattern to embellish pillowcases for charity as part of the ...

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Use a restful aqua check to complement the strong contemporary colors—blue, green, and chocolate—in simplified Courthouse Step blocks. Quiltmaker Kathleen Williams stitched this easy quilted throw...

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To mimic the look of hand appliqué in less time, fuse pieces in place, then machine-stitch around each piece with matching thread and a tiny zigzag. The small prints and stripes featured are from...

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Put your light and bright scraps to work using the Buckeye Beauty unit. This version showcases the Midwest Modern 2 collection by Amy Butler for Westminster.

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The Arabesque collection by Sue Zipkin for Clothworks is a natural choice for this pattern. Triangle-squares join in multiple...

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Add fusible leaf appliqués to decorate the band of a pillowcase. Use this free pillowcase pattern to embellish pillowcases for charity as part of the ...

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Add sweet pleats to a Christmas stocking. Floral pinks and red polka-dot prints make for an unexpected seasonal color palette.

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Trim large-scale florals and geometric prints from the Happy Together Corduroy collection from Timeless Treasures Fabrics into strips...

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Start this in the morning, and by afternoon you’ll have a cloth tote for the farmer’s market or grocery store. For this spacious bag project maker Judy Sams Sohn chose eye-catching blue-and-white...

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Showcase fabric in a lap-size quilt by using large-scale prints for the wide rectangles and small- and medium-scale prints for the narrow rectangles. Prints are from the Silent Cinema collection...

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Showcase colorful fabrics from Christine Graf’s Folk Dance collection for Clothworks in a cheerful, contemporary wall hanging...

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The key to achieving the stair-step look is cutting the 2-1/2"-wide strips different lengths. The black-and-white prints allow the red squares to pop off the wall hanging. Fabrics are from the...

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Construct an easy-to-sew patchwork throw pillow to add a splash of color to any room. Use decorator-weight fabric for a durable pillow.

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Stitch a 12-block table runner using Log Cabin blocks in two colorways. By using a color scheme of purple, green, and cream, designer Debbie Beaves stitched a season-spanning table runner that...

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Project maker Judy Sams Sohn used prints from Patty Young's Mezzanine collection for Michael Miller Fabrics to make a rectangular patchwork pillow. You could use fabric scraps for this easy-to-...

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Red and turquoise combine beautifully in a wall hanging that features large floral prints and ample room for extensive quilting in spacious cream print setting squares. Fabrics are from Silvia’s...

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Sew up a spacious bag that meets all your needs. Two sets of inside pockets have room for keys, a notebook, a cell phone, and a planner, making this roomy carryall the perfect size for taking...

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Make a gardenlike quilt using Nine-Patch blocks and 9-1/2” floral setting squares. Use a variety of fat quarters for a scrappy look or use fewer fabrics for a controlled look. We used fabrics from...

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Embellish a handmade fabric ornament with seed beads and, if you wish, embroidery stitches.

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Create a keepsake for a child’s birthday party by making a table cover quilt out of blocks that partygoers can sign. Fabrics are Mary Lou Weidman’s Happiness Is collection by Benartex.

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Use fusible appliqué and a small zigzag stitch to assemble a wall hanging using the April Showers Bring Sunflowers collection by Art of Possibility Studios for ...

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Create a spicy wall hanging with prints from two P&B Textiles collections: Wild Thyme by Carolyn Gavin and Pop Parade 2. To make the...

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Fashion a large throw pillow by combining four center units for a dazzling diamond effect.

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Create one-way movement by arranging Four-Patch units and setting squares in a diagonal Irish Chain pattern.

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