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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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The warm and cozy flannels of the Frosty Friends collection from Laurie Godin combined with Ro Gregg’s Rock N’ Roll solids, all from Northcott, provide the perfect wintry mix.

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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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