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Traditional Four-Patch and Pinwheel blocks emerge in unexpected combinations on this lap quilt.
Salute Betsy Ross and Martha Washington with a pariotic, flag-inspired quilt. The quilt is made with 50 two-color Martha Washington Star blocks.
Pinwheel blocks set on point spin across the top of a vintage red, white, and blue quilt. Making 256 triangle-squares for this project is a great way to practice your piecing.
Inspiration can come in the most unlikely of places. While on a quilt retreat, the designer of this stunning batik throw was captivated by the twists and turns of a tiled auditorium floor.
This scrappy sensation is composed of two straight-set blocks. Careful color placement creates the illusion that they’re set on point.
Practice setting in seams while re-creating this antique throw—a great project for using the many fabric scraps you’ve saved.
This century-old quilt is a scrap-lovers dream.
Create subtle shifts in color with ombré fabric. The large pieces allow you to utilize the gradient effect and to see the shade changes in each fabric strip. Fabrics are from the Ombre collection...
Combine lots of memories in one quilt with this design that has space for T-shirt logos of all sizes.
Combine machine appliqué and machine piecing to produce this lively quilt featuring 1930s reproduction prints.
Fast fusible appliqués stitched atop foundation strips make this buzz-worthy quilt cute as can “bee.”
Fall in love with easy-to-piece coral pinwheels. Careful fabric placement and selective quilting allow these subtle spinners to emerge at block intersections.
A Churn Dash variation forms intriguing interlocking squares. Rotary-cutting makes it easy to reconstruct this antique quilt—no need for templates!
Use rich reds, browns, and creams in a cozy throw. Make your stars shine by using a different print for each one. Fabrics are from the Chocolate and Cherry collection by Marsha McCloskey for...
Go bright and bold with geometric tone-on-tones and a solid white. These prints create visual movement in the Rail Fence quilt. Fabrics are from the Color Union collection by Studio RK for...
Making Necktie blocks is much easier than you may think, especially with this fool-the-eye trick for easy piecing.
To re-create this throw, use a variety of prints in similar colors to make one block that is repeated and then rotated to create an interesting design. Fabrics are from the Garden House collection...
A small throw can add a dash of color to a room that has a neutral color palette. Fabrics are from the Little House on the Prairie–Walnut Grove collection by ...
A range of blues and grays, gradating from light to dark, produce the look of waves on a stormy night. Pairing blue with gray instead of white puts a twist on the classic two-color combination. ...
Use large florals surrounded by pretty blues, teals, and greens to make a beautiful throw. Crisp whites help the florals pop off the quilt. Fabrics are from the Intrigue collection by Nancy Rink...
You’ll be ever-so-popular when you make and give this softest-ever, no batting throw.
Cross and Crown blocks take center stage on a scrappy two-color throw.
Two shapes are all it takes. This dynamic quilt is composed entirely of squares and triangle-squares in various color combinations.
Pick a kid’s fabric collection that has a border print and let the little characters march around this easy cuddle quilt.
Combine African-theme prints and bright batiks in a quilted throw. Solid black sashing creates crisp lines and makes the savanna scenes in the center of the quilt come to life. Fabrics are from...