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For a throw that packs a juicy punch, alternate citrus-color and black-and-white prints from the Luna collection by Gail Fountain for ...

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Save time by using fusible web to appliqué custom-made initials for the center block. This quilt is sure to brighten any room!

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Here's a two-block treat that's great for beginners. A mix of squares and rectangles, this geometric beauty proves that sometimes simple is best.

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With a casual folk art style, designer Pat Sloan creates her classic quilt with contemporary methods-fusible appliqué and machine-blanket-stitch.

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What looks like intricate curved piecing on this table runner isn't actually piecing, but rather curved appliqués layered atop an easy-to-make foundation block. Each block features a print and...

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Use an array of fabrics from the Kawaii Asian collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics to make an easy-to-piece, big block quilt.

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We don't know which is more fun-choosing the fabrics for these "lunch sack" gift bags or planning what treats they'll contain. For the closure, use a covered button, two or more stacked buttons,...

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Make it personal, a monogram adds personalization to any quilt. Give this quilt to a special little one that you love.

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Show off large-scale prints in the centers of rectangular blocks, then alternate blocks in a simple checkerboard fashion for an easy-to-assemble wall quilt. Fabrics are from the Wild Ginger...

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Triangle-squares and four-patches team up to make up this fun tote.

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