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As the slush and ice of winter fade away and the fresh new buds of spring emerge, combine piecing and appliqué to make a nature-inspired quilt.
Soft pastel florals and olive green and lavender prints welcome spring in the simple appliqué quilt.
Prints in rust, sage green, gold, brown, and blue capture the sense that autumn is just around the corner in the hand-appliquéd wall hanging.
Hand-appliqued stems and leaves add gentle curves to the center of the spring wall hanging. Flying Geese units form a pieced border, and lily units finish off the quilt’s corners.
Inspired by vintage Americana and folk art, this wall hanging makes you smile. The playful quilt includes a pieced checkerboard border and black-and-white accents to compliment the cheerful...
Stitch pieced strips and striped fabric into a quilt. Setting the blocks on point allow you to incorporate setting triangles and setting squares for added interest.
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...
Celebrate the flowers of May with a table topper. Large rickrack is a creative touch, while a sprinkling of pink buttons adds texture.
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.
Rich, muted colors enhance a traditional appliqué wall hanging. Echo quilting around the flowers and flowerpot draws the design forward to be framed by the contrasting triangle-square border....
Put a new spin on the traditional Grandmother’s Flower Garden pattern by using a variety of modern florals in a summery quilt.
Churn Dash blocks, accented with floral applique corners, take center stage on point in a charming table topper.
Capture new spring blooms in this freezer-paper-applique table topper. A subtle pieced foundation provides the perfect backdrop for the machine-appliqued flower design.
Make one–or all three–of these felted wool-and-scrap fabric creations to decorate your home or to give as gifts.
Felted wool, a smattering of buttons, and a touch of wool roving combine to make a tactile treasure.
Combine machine appliqué and machine piecing to produce this lively quilt featuring 1930s reproduction prints.
For a project on the go, take along this folk art-inspired embroidered wool mat. It makes a perfect stitch sampler, too.
This pillow combines patchwork pieces and hand embroidery with a stitched quote celebrating the season.
Fast fusible appliqués stitched atop foundation strips make this buzz-worthy quilt cute as can “bee.”
Embellish a pair of pillows with basic hand-embroidery stitches.
Floral prints put a fresh spin on a classic Irish Chain. Alternate floral Irish Chain blocks with tone-on-tone print star blocks to create a sense of movement.
A soft, buttery yellow teamed with solid white in this bed-size quilt provides the perfect background for the bright '30s print appliqués.
Fall in love with easy-to-piece coral pinwheels. Careful fabric placement and selective quilting allow these subtle spinners to emerge at block intersections.
Florals and solids combine for a stunning but easy-to-sew bed quilt. You can change the theme of the large rectangles—think plaids or reproduction prints—to customize for any room.
A simple Pinwheel block is quite a star when it’s surrounded by multiple borders—pieced and plain.