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The mottled blues and greens of this complex-looking quilt call to mind a bubbling brook and a peaceful meadow. Cut Rail Fence units in half diagonally and piece them back together to give the...
Appliquéd flowers amid quilted swirls and blooms give a geometric quilt a touch of whimsy. Bold, brown sashing separates the diagonal rows and defines each block.
Reproduction 1930s prints are showcased in a traditional star pattern. A pieced binding reinforces the “use it up” sensibility of the era.
Batiks in rich jewel tones make this throw-size quilt dance with color. Once individual blocks are completed, the quilt is assembled in vertical rows to ensure that the narrow pieces line up...
Honor the last blooms of the season with rich reds and blues in a quilt. The quilt top is framed by a striking red border with a Nine-Patch block at each corner.
An easy-to-piece pattern provides plenty of space to showcase large-scale floral, precut 10" squares. Solid white strips to give the eyes places to rest as they travel around this bold quilt....
The lap quilt features easy-to-piece Four-Patch blocks and triangle-squares.
Scrappy Nine-Patch blocks have a fresh feel in this reproduction of an antique lap quilt.
Create a fresh variation of the traditional Log Cabin block. Surrounding each block with simple appliqué pieces gives the blocks a softer, more feminine look.
Florals, checks, stripes, and prints dance across the charming throw. Dark pink squares contrast with the subdued candy-stripe sashing rectangles, creating sweet lines between the Nine-Patch...
Rickrack stems and pretty tulip appliqués topped with hearts make the simple piecing stand out on this throw. The airy appliqué foundations showcase intricate quilting.
Simple Nine-Patch and hourglass blocks go modern in this pastel quilt.
When the frosty days of winter arrive, warm your home with a dramatic blue-and-white quilt.
Taking a cue from the hues of winter, alternate blue-and-white floral squares with a classic block pattern in complementary prints, plaids, stripes, and shirtings to create the borderless throw....
The classic red-and-white combo and traditional-with-a-twist star blocks make the quilt a winner year-round.
Scrappy red-and-white star blocks capture your heart in the throw. Cleverly mixed prints make three versions of the same star block.
Fifty-six red-and-white blocks create intersecting light and dark “dots” in this throw. A polka dot border ties them together.
Fusible appliqué and strip piecing make the seasonal throw an easy project to finish quickly—just in time for gift-giving.
Curved piecing creates an overlapping circle pattern on this scrappy blue and tan quilt.
Use fusible appliqué and Snowball blocks in red, gold, and green for a festive lap quilt.
Pieced sashing in fruit-hued florals gives this peachy throw its delectable twist.
Alternate light and dark prints for a throw that takes it one step at a time. Flannel fabrics and blue prints make this quilt perfect for winter nights, but the pattern is versatile enough for any...
Pair seaworthy prints and summer colors for a throw that’s dripping with nautical style. Color blocking in the border and striped triangles mimic ocean waves. Fabrics are from the Yacht Club...
Flying Geese in an array of orange prints dart across a dark autumnal sky in this vintage quilt (dated 1830-1860).
It’s no trick—oranges and yellows highlight one block; darker novelty prints make up another. Together they alternate positions to create the delightfully spirited Halloween throw.