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Embroider one or both of these fun Halloween designs onto baby onesies or kids’ T-shirts to scare up a fun time.  

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Make this merry crayon roll for your favorite little one. It’s a great gift to give for a birthday or holiday surprise.

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Make a charming quilt for the little person who is always on the move. Combine one or two Pinwheel units into blocks and add solid red sashing strips for this throw. Fabrics are from the Speedway...

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Showcase bits of 1930s reproduction fabrics in an easy-to-handle quilt that’s the ideal size for a stroller.

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Polka dot, star, and toile flannels combine for a snuggly crib quilt in two colorways. You can vary the kaleidoscope design depending on where you place your lights and darks.

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Go wild! A jungle-inspired printed panel is the starting point for this adorable kids quilt. Fabrics are from the Safari Adventures collection by Deborah Edwards for...

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For a snuggly baby quilt, use flannel featuring cute animals and pastel colors to create radiating diamonds. Fabrics are from the Baby Flannel collection by...

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An airplane print and a diagonal stripe in an unexpected color palette results in a vibrant baby quilt. Straight line quilting and repeating the stripe in the binding provide fun...

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Think you’ll make waves with a nautical-theme crib quilt? Our instructions for easy-to-piece sailboats and appliqué accents ensure smooth sailing.

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Keep it simple. One bright red print adds a shot of color to the scrappy quilt. Novelty sea prints add a whimsical touch. Fabrics are from the Out to Sea collection by Sarah Jane for...

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Combine Designer Solids and a range of small to large prints from Jenean Morrison’s California Dreamin’ collection, both for FreeSpirit...

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Surround strips separated by sashing with a pair of borders in an easy kid’s quilt. Fabrics are from the Green Acres collection by Maria Kalinowski for ...

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Showcase fussy-cut novelty designs in carefully arranged setting blocks. This crib blanket utilized fabrics from the Nana’s Garden collection by Arlene Neely of Rabbits Haven for ...

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An appliquéd airplane and rickrack loops propel the aviation theme of this crib quilt. It’s perfect for your little pilot-in-training. Fabrics are from the Whimsy collection by Fig Tree & Co....

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Combine light, medium, and dark prints to make a playful crib quilt of Rail Fence blocks. Fabrics are from the Little Bear Counts by Linda Hohag and Bear Essentials collections, both from...

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Animal-theme novelty prints from the Jungle Baby collection by Kate Honarvar make an easy, kid-friendly crib quilt. Coordinating tone-on-tones from the Razzle Dazzle, Dotty, and Color Wash...

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Add fun and function to a stroller-size quilt by sewing ribbon and rickrack loops into the blocks. This baby quilt showcases prints, dots, and stripes from the Little One collection by Katie...

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In just a day you can stitch up this whimsical quilt for a budding paleontologist. It uses a dash of black and white to unify bright prints from Marble Mania by Patrick Lose and I Dig Dinos by...

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This big-block design is perfect for showcasing novelty prints, such as the Calico Kitty collection from Timeless Treasures. To keep...

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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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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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Frame a cute novelty print in border fabrics that pop with fun patterns in eye-catching colors. Simple shapes and bright colors are perfect for a child’s quilt. Fabrics are from Peak Hour...

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Know of a little one on the way? This wall hanging of appliqué shapes, Pinwheel blocks, and fun prints comes together quickly, making it an easy gift to assemble before the sweet one arrives!...

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Keep the quilt's intended use in mind when planning fabric placement. This children's quilt is intended to lay flat and be used as a play mat, so the border panels from Melissa Saylor's Fun on the...

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For a quick-to-make baby quilt, set off eight star blocks with vertical-print sashing strips. Strips fussy-cut from a border print make up the top and bottom middle border. Fabrics are from...

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