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Who’d ever guess this playful throw is easily sewn row by row?

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Serve up a delightful asymmetrical quilt by wrapping a helping of Broken Dishes blocks with appliquéd and pieced borders on just two sides.

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With easy-to-make-and-use templates and careful color placement, you can create the illusion of stacked hexagons in a spectrum of hues. 

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Make a charming quilt for the little person who is always on the move. Combine one or two Pinwheel units into blocks and add solid red sashing strips for this throw. Fabrics are from the Speedway...

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Alternate Sawtooth Star and Double Four-Patch blocks in rich reds and browns for a cozy throw. Fabrics are from the Treenware & Berries collection by Pam Buda for...

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Take a break from tradition. These cottages, framed in a Log Cabin style, bring back carefree memories of lake getaways.

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Kick back and relax! Precut bundles make it easy to create a scrappy throw that’s perfect for lying out on the beach or keeping cozy on crisp evenings.

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Spruce up your surroundings with a quilt that radiates fearless fun. Don’t be fooled by what looks like blocks set on point. This clever design is really blocks set side by side.

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Large Flying Geese combine with simple rectangles to make constructing this zigzag pattern a breeze.

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Capitalize on eye-catching prints for an oversize throw with a quick-to-piece symmetrical arrangement of large fabric cuts and a coordinating pillowcase.

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Rich, clear colors combine in multiple borders to make a lovely frame for an appliquéd wreath on this medallion-style throw.

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Fins, feathers, and fur fussy-cut from nature-motif fabrics punctuate the warm colors of this flannel throw made for a man who loves the outdoors.

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Chain piecing makes easy work of the sharp points in this classic blue-and-white icy-crystal delight.

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Craft a cuddly throw from plush fabrics, and discover an easy method that allows you to piece and quilt at the same time!

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Quick-pieced strip sets and a little clever cutting make this throw quilt’s vertical rows go round and round. 

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Red, white, and blue fabrics form a dramatic throw that looks as though it’s blowing in the breeze. Fabrics are from the Madison collection by Anna Griffin....

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Bands of bold color make a dramatic statement in this throw. Fabrics are from the Linen Mochi Solids collection by MoMo for Moda Fabrics.

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Make your stripes look twice as nice: Use them as a border and in the blocks. To give your eyes a happy resting place, pair the stripes with colorful solids. Fabrics are a variety of wovens by...

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Goblins and witches and bats, oh my! Scary things are the theme of this seasonal “hide-and-seek” throw.

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Black and cream prints work together to unify striking reddish hues ranging from paprika to cinnamon.

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Gather a bevy of fall-tone prints for a seasonal throw that showcases the classic Flying Geese block.

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The rich, warm colors of fall meld together with understated elegance on a throw that combines delicate appliqué and classic piecing.

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Light and dark trapezoids in a variety of reds and browns combine to look like scrappy hexagons in this cozy throw. Fabrics are from the Collection for a Cause: Community collection by Howard...

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Make your stars shine brightly with a metallic gold stripe and a punchy red print. The green print and white print backgrounds shine an even bigger spotlight on the stars. The red inner border and...

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Remake a three-color 1940s quilt in your own patriotic prints or solids. Likely made for a member of the armed forces, the vintage quilt features hand quilting in a nautical anchor pattern.

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