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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.
For a throw that packs a juicy punch, alternate citrus-color and black-and-white prints from the Luna collection by Gail Fountain for ...
Choose bold prints such as these, from the lively Fresh Squeezed collection for Moda Fabrics, to end color confusion.
Quilt a cozy throw and a pair of coordinating pillows.
For a throw with maximum impact made in a minimum amount of time, try this quilt made of 8-1/2" squares.
Six-piece blocks create a sense of movement and dimension in this colorful throw.
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.
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...
Each block of this sizzling, south-of-the-border 54-1/2-square throw uses nine assorted stripe, plaid, and solid fabrics.
The whimsical prints in this kid-size quilt are from David Carter Brown’s Over the Moon collection for Wilmington Prints.
Gather up all the polka dot prints you can find, then combine them to make a bright and colorful throw.
Recycle your old blue jeans into an easy, pieced throw.
Don't be fooled by the hexagon (six-sided) shapes that bounce across the surface of this 1930s reproduction-print throw. (We used Darlene Zimmerman's Garden Party and Little Darlings 6 for Robert...
Stitch an easy-to-sew quilt using a variety of precut 2-1/2"-wide strips. Blue prints from the Clermont Farms collection by Minick and Simpson for ...
Foundation-pieced dragonflies 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.
Red, blue, and yellow 1930s reproduction prints have as fresh a look today as they did back then. Combine those primary prints with the classic basket block for a timeless throw.