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Editor Jill Abeloe Mead used Kaffe Fassett’s shot cottons for Westminster Fabrics to make this super-simple quilt.

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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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Arrange blocks of bright, springtime fabrics from the Simply Sweet collection by Barbara Jones of QuiltSoup Pattern Co. for Henry...

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Rich black tone-on-tone background fabrics let lively Four-Patch units sparkle in this Amish-look quilt. Fabrics are a series of tone-on-tones from a Fusions collection for Robert Kaufman Fabrics...

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Gold triangles in one corner of each Ocean Waves block of blue and cream batiks create contrasting pinwheels when the quilt top is assembled. Fabrics are from the Tonga Coco Berry collection from...

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Use setting rectangles grouped by color families to create diagonal patterns across a quilt top. Fabrics are from the Sorbet Garden collection by Jill Finley of Jillily Studio for...

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Far from a typical flower appliqué quilt, this project uses big prints, abstract floral patterns, and muted, nontraditional colors to make the throw appear as if it were painted. Fabrics are from...

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Combine batik and tone-on-tone fabrics in an easy-to-piece quilt. Fabrics are from the Elements and Atmospheres collections from Benartex...

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Turn precut 10" squares into a quilted throw. It took two Moda Fabrics layer cakes of Collections for a Cause-...

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Frame a quilt that radiates from the center with head-turning borders. Fabrics are from the Garden Whimsy collection by Kim Schaefer for ...

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Make a cheerful summer throw of cleverly arranged Rail Fence blocks. Cheerful sherbet-tone prints from the Strawberry Field collection by Alice Kennedy for Timeless Treasures liven up this...

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Inspired by an antique quilt, collector Julie Hendricksen replicated the pattern using reproduction prints. The signature color of the original quilt? Bubble gum pink, of course!

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Foundation-pieced dragonflies in 8 inch blocks flit this way and that across this vibrant quilt. Find out more about designer Sue Beevers and her love of fibers, painting, fabric, and quilting....

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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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Showcase your favorite large print fabrics in this four-block throw. Deep jewel tones, a warm gray, and medium-tone backgrounds stand out against a skinny fuchsia inner border and a multicolor zigzag...
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With a casual folk art style, designer Pat Sloan creates her classic quilt with contemporary methods-fusible appliqué and machine-blanket-stitch.

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For a throw that packs a juicy punch, alternate citrus-color and black-and-white prints from the Luna collection by Gail Fountain for ...

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Choose bold prints such as these, from the lively Fresh Squeezed collection for Moda Fabrics, to end color confusion.

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Quilt a cozy throw and a pair of coordinating pillows.

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For a throw with maximum impact made in a minimum amount of time, try this quilt made of 8-1/2" squares.

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Download this Project Materials Quilt designer: Darlene Zimmerman From American Patchwork & Quilting, August 2002 2 yards of solid...
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These big Snowball blocks go together quickly—just stitch small squares diagonally in the corners of each large square to make contrasting corner triangles. Frame a lap-size quilt with playful...
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Six-piece blocks create a sense of movement and dimension in this colorful throw.

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The border blocks center squares and the large open spaces surrounding the center star are a perfect place to showcase medium- and large-scale prints.

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Have large prints you don't want to cut into smaller pieces? Try this quilt, where bold botanical prints are perfectly showcased in 18" squares. This quilt features two collections from FreeSpirit...

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