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The bright kid’s quilt is an evening sky of bright stars featuring the Wynken, Blynken, & Nod collection by Possibilities for Quilting Treasures. For more impact at the corners, fussy-cut 6"...

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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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The large unpieced squares in this table runner are perfect for featuring a large novelty print, such as the Fruit Punch collection from Timeless...

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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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A novelty Italian map print is the focal point of this bright wall hanging. Latticework blocks in the middle border mimic the look of crisscrossing streets. Fabrics are from the Va Bene!...

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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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Create a soft place to land with a generously sized floor pillow created from a quartet of butterfly panels and a coordinating butterfly print. Fabric is from the Papillion collection by Karen...

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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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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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Say goodbye to high-priced journals. Create a reusable slipcover to fit a standard notebook. Your friends will be asking where they can get one!

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Showcase an assortment of novelty prints on a seasonal throw that's a treat to piece!

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For a striking, fresh take on modern quiltmaking, piece together blocks of bright fabric and frame them in a stylish sashing of pieced rectangles. Fabrics are from the Tufted Tweets collection by...

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Need a gift bag? We loved these bags so much that we made them in two sizes. The smaller bag— a plentiful 10x13x3"—wraps up several items neatly. The larger version of the market bag—19x15x5”—is...

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Frame one block with several borders for a small wall hanging or table topper. This wall hanging begins with a central fussy-cut airplane. Star, circle, polka dot, and mottled coordinates provide...

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Plates and flatware are turned into graphic patterns in the Lizzy Dish collection by Elizabeth House for Andover Fabrics. Pair the funky fabrics with Dimples tone-on-tones, also from Andover, for...

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Fussy-cut a border print, add a playful print for the center and you've got a fast and fabulous table topper!

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Using the Celebration of Life collection by Currier and Ives for Quilting Treasures, this wall hanging showcases motifs from the 19th century in the fussy-cut block centers, while a large-scale...

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Duplicate this homey scene designed by Amy Schimler using her Creatures and Critters collection from Robert Kaufman fabrics.

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Triangle-squares rotate this way and that to create the overall diamond pattern. A variety of feed sack prints are held together visually by the use of a single solid blue fabric.

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For this quilt, break some rules by cutting odd angles and quirky centers. Use novelty prints and fussy-cut the desired motif for about half of the block centers. Add variety by using one of the...

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Brightly colored half-squared triangles produces vibrant diamonds in a quickly pieced baby quilt, using whimsical prints like these from the Butterfly Fling collection designed by Me & My...

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Make a wall hanging with a spooky twist using Halloween prints from the Eerie Alley collection by SEI for Robert Kaufman.

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Stitch an oven mitt and coordinating pot holders using fabrics from the Funky Kitchen collection by Barb Tourtillotte for Clothworks.

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If you’re hooked on the look of crochet, here’s how to get it with fabric rather than yarn. Craft each scrappy block from strip-pieced squares in six 1930s reproduction prints from Darlene...

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