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Stitch a wall quilt that will make a perfect gift for a fan of things with wheels! Combine dot and argyle prints with novelty prints from the Ready, Set, Go! collection by Ann Kelle for...

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Pieced blocks and large setting triangles create the center of a lively throw. Fabrics are from the Girl Friday collection by Cosmo Cricket 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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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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Showcase under-the-sea-theme panels from Julie Paschkis’ Oceanica collection for
In The Beginning in extra-wide...

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Need a quick gift for Valentine’s Day? This time-saving quilt involves just five rows of multicolored rectangles that are finished by long sashing strips and a border from a single novelty print....

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Combine wool and cotton into a cute pumpkin pillow that’s perfect for dressing up your home for fall.

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Whip up a carrier that's perfect for transporting casseroles or cupcakes to potlucks. The chicken and egg fabrics are from the Metro Market collection by Ellen Krans for...

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Use fat quarter pieces and printed panels to create a handy hanging organizer for your sewing room. A fussy-cut panel section from the Mrs. Sew & Sew collection by Dan Morris for ...

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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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These strippy totes are simple enough to make in one afternoon. Whip up a bunch for your family and friends for the holidays or make multiples to match your different outfits. Fabrics are from the...

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Piece a variety of polka dot fabrics into a patchwork pouch. These fabrics are from the Dots collection from Michael Miller Fabrics...

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Join red, white, and blue hexagons to create a long and narrow table topper. These fabrics are from the American Valor collection by Red...

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Get the look of a pretty stained glass window by choosing fabrics with deep color and an intricate design. Nine Winding Ways blocks and a patterned border will add a pop of color to your wall....

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Piece together blocks of novelty fabrics for a quilt that's perfect for a sports fanatic. Fabric are from the Sew Sporty and Sew Sporty–The Works collections by Dan Morris for...

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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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Make pinwheels pop by using a navy blue print and a crisp, solid white for the large triangle-squares. Fabrics in the four-block wall quilt are from the Going Coastal collection by Emily Herrick...

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Give a new quilt old-fashioned appeal with 1930s prints from the Momma's Apron Strings collection by RJR Fabrics and Hints of Prints 4 by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. The light...

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Make this roomy tote bag by combining multicolor stripe and whimsical coordinates from the Kite collection by Felicity Miller for Free Spirit.

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Personalize your gifts with easy-to-make fabric gift tags.

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The vivid red points jump off the quilt while the muted gold points recede to form a single Friendship Star. A four-in-one print from the Happy Campers collection by American Jane for Moda Fabrics...

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If a preprinted panel catches your eye at the fabric store, make it the focal point when creating this fun kid's quilt. You'll finish it in no time!

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Begin with a panel and finish with a throw—just by adding borders. Here's a great way to use those scraps you've been saving!

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Collectors of 1930s reproduction prints will enjoy this wall hanging or small throw featuring the Everything But the Kitchen Sink collection by RJR Fabrics.

Use solid white sashing strips,...

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In no time, you can create an interactive quilt using a playful mix of prints that reflect a few of your child’s favorite things. To enhance the illusion that the novelty prints are actually being...

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