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Put your light and bright scraps to work using the Buckeye Beauty unit. This version showcases the Midwest Modern 2 collection by Amy Butler for Westminster.

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Metallic glints in the Asian-inspired fabrics add subtle sparkle to this throw-size quilt, which combines fusible appliqué with three sizes of hourglass blocks. Fabrics are from the Oriental...

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For this table runner, begin with a monochromatic palette of browns from the Serenity collection by Daiwabo for Maywood Studio. Then add cool blues to give the quilt a serene feel.

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Bold and bright prints in the setting triangles and border draw attention to the perimeter of this playful, five-block wall hanging. Fabrics are from the Phoebe collection by Wendy Slotboom for...

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Fussy-cut seasonal designs from a panel print to use in a sweet baby quilt. Fabrics are from Aunt Martha’s Busy Kitties collection by Mary Ann Henderson for ...

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A subtle Irish Chain design and stand-out star blocks combine for on this wall quilt. Fabrics are from the Artisan collection from Timeless...

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Create a tabletop quilt using Shoofly units and Sawtooth Star blocks. For a scrappier look, use a variety of prints for the rectangles in the Flying Geese units and the corner squares. Fabrics are...

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The same pattern is used to create the four blocks in this wall hanging. Careful fabric placement creates the illusion that they're different. Using Tonga Batiks from Timeless Treasures' Fire and...

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Make 3"-square Sawtooth Star blocks using a traditional piecing method or the foundation-piecing pattern. Fabrics are from Fairy Story by Becky Kelly for ...

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Harvest-inspired hues create a harmonious look in four identical blocks using fabrics from the Olivia collection by Gudrun Erla of G.E. Designs for ...

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A mottled dark brown background allows the stars and Irish Chain paths to pop. The retro-inspired prints are from the Penny Lane collection from...

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Red and blue stars team up in a patriotic wall quilt that incorporates red, navy, cream, and olive green reproduction prints. Fabrics are from Jeanne Horton's American Spirit 1880-1910 collection...

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It's easy to make this quilt bigger or smaller by adding blocks to or subtracting blocks from each row. Mix and match the prints, florals, and stripes of the Flag Day Farm collection by Minick...

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Fabrics in reds, creams, and blues turn simple blocks into patriotic patterns that are stunning when combined into a Americana wall hanging. An impactful star block in the center provides a...

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Combine four Blazing Star blocks for a striking wall hanging. By using prints with metallic stripes, the star points seem to radiate light. Fabrics are from the Maestro collection by Kathy Hall...

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The bright kid’s quilt is an evening sky of bright stars featuring the Wynken, Blynken, & Nod collection by Possibilities for Quilting Treasures. For more impact at the corners, fussy-cut 6"...

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Alternate blocks to create the illusion of squares set on point. If you want the blocks to stand out, choose complementary colors for blocks A and B. Fabrics are from the Enchanted Rainforest...

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Just two blocks—a star block in two colorways and an hourglass block that gets rotated—team up in a wall hanging. Florals, prints, and a stripe from Floral Melody by Ro Gregg for ...

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Discover the "crazy" way of making stars-no precise matching points and no paper piecing. Just layer fat quarters, cut through all of them at once, and shuffle the deck to easily create stunning...

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On this 44"-square quilt, a black print frames a quartet of blocks. All fabrics are from Kim Diehl's Country Haven collection for Henry Glass & Co.

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Careful color placement in the hourglass units in this table topper results in a pink pinwheel at the center of each block. Before cutting your fabric, experiment with graph paper and colored...

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Blend retro prints from the Groovy Geos collection for Timeless Treasures with solid black. When you’re making a quilt with busy prints, the use of a solid sashing fabric helps give the eye a...

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Gather up all the polka dot prints you can find, then combine them to make a bright and colorful throw.

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Flannel quilts are just the right weight to carry to an outdoor event or curl up with by the fireplace, making them the ultimate cover-ups for cool fall days. Designer Peggy Kotek sprinkled 25...

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The vivid red points jump off the quilt while the muted gold points recede to form a single Friendship Star. A four-in-one print from the Happy Campers collection by American Jane for Moda Fabrics...

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