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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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Tired of buying paper gift bags? Reuse and recycle in style by creating your own handled gift bags, custom-made with fabrics you choose. They're sure to be used over and over again.

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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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The whimsical prints in this kid-size quilt are from David Carter Brown’s Over the Moon collection for Wilmington Prints.

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For a quick-and-easy quilt, utilize prints, panels, and border prints from The Very Hungry Caterpillar collection by Eric Carle for Andover Fabrics. Use the large-scale prints to fill big areas,...

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Alternate setting squares and Square-in-a-Square blocks made from the Spooktacular collection by Debbie Taylor-Kerman from Henry Glass...

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Desert-inspired prints in traditional Southwestern reds, yellows, and blues set the mood for this quilt. A wide border punches up the deep colors. Fabrics are from the Desert Dreams collection by...

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Nine-Patch blocks in two colorways and setting squares in bold prints give a simple quilt a mod vibe. Fabrics are from the Berkeley collection by Alice Kennedy for ...

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Flannels from the Folk Tale Friends collection from Red Rooster Fabrics inspired this kid-friendly throw. It's simple to piece so makes a great baby shower or children's birthday gift. Add or...

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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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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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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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