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Fuse a Zen garden-like table using Asian prints from the Hanako’s treasures collection by Hoffman California Fabrics.

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Need a faux headboard for a little girl's twin bed? Make three blocks, arrange them in a horizontal row, and add borders to make a cute-as-can-be wall hanging. To complete the look, sew a couple...

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The center of this one-block quilt features houndstooth prints, dots, and a paisley from the Orchid Gray Color Story collection from ...

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Whip up a large throw pillow with center-tied strips inspired by designers Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith of Homestead Hearth....

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Warm the heart with a wall hanging made from felted wool and flannel. The appliqué shapes were cut from jewel-tone scraps and the houndstooth and plaid flannel is from the Woolies Flannel...

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Fussy-cut delicate floral designs, such as these from the Abigail collection by Sara Morgan for Blue Hill Fabrics, to showcase...

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Fabric selection is key in this quilted wall hanging. The bold multicolor print creates a medallion-style middle and solid black sashing establishes a crisp grid. Fabrics are from the Floral...

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Embellish a handmade stocking ornament with bits of ribbon and beads this holiday season. The ornament has a small pocket, just the right size for a gift of folded cash or check.

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Fussy-cut seasonal designs from a panel print to use in a sweet baby quilt. Fabrics are from Aunt Martha’s Busy Kitties collection by Mary Ann Henderson for ...

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A festive framework for Starry Lane blocks results in a bright wall hanging. Fanciful orange, red, and yellow prints from Julie Paschkis’ Folklorica collection for...

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Colorful sashing unlocks a subtle pattern of stars in blocks pieced from low-contrast fabrics. Fabrics are from the Summer Soireé collection by Paula Prass for
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Aprons are today’s sizzling kitchen fashion accessory. Whip up an easy retro cover-up with sweet girly ruffles.

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Fussy-cut printed fabric panels to make a fast and easy twin-bed quilt. Use a combination of prints—florals, rickrack, dots, and tone-on-tones—to add an extra splash of style. Fabrics are from the...

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Fashion and function combine in a rugged bag composed of fabrics from Floating Flowers collection by Kaffe Fassett for Westminster Fabrics, plus a complementary stripe. Pockets outside and in...

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Fussy-cut floral designs to add pizzazz to large Nine-Patch blocks. Small-scale prints and tone-on-tone fabrics add variety to the Double Nine-Patch block. These fabrics are from Scarborough Fair...

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Showcase fussy-cut bird designs in uneven Nine-Patch blocks and frame them with Flying Geese units in a tabletop quilt. Fabrics are from the Skylark collection from...

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Fabrics from the Canterbury collection by Country Essentials for Connecting Threads enhance the folk art style of this one-block wall...

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In this one-block table topper, which features the Journey collection by Gudren Erla of GE Designs for Red Rooster Fabrics, each of the colors in the center flower medallion was inspired by the...

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Bright colors, geometric prints, and appliqué shapes hold a quilted party on a background of lime green prints. The festive combination results in a bloom-filled modern wall hanging. Fabrics are...

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Sharpen your set-in piecing skills when making a wall hanging of Bride’s Bouquet blocks. Fussy-cut setting triangles from a printed wreath panel from Rachel Pellman’s Homecoming collection for...

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Use a bevy of bright and lively fabrics for this go-everywhere bag. Pockets on the inside are great for holding your phone, keys, and other necessities.

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Cut rectangles from floral fat quarters and join them with solid watermelon pink strips to create pieced rows. Show off your machine-quilting abilities in the solid yellow sashing strips in this...

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Combine Churn Dash and hourglass blocks to create a kid-size quilt or wall hanging. Retro prints are from the Fandango collection for ...

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You don’t need color to stand out. Make a scrappy bag using black-and-white prints, dots, and stripes. Tear fabric strips to create texture on this quick-to-assemble bag.

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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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