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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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Using a range of blue and green batiks and prints gives the sense of a deep, impenetrable ocean.

 

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A tablecloth lends elegance to any outdoor setting. On this inviting tablecloth, charming yellow and blue prints march around a border that looks like French tiles.

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Watch new shapes emerge when you cleverly arrange light and dark fabrics to create an optical illusion.

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Top your summer table with this star-studded runner.

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Keep your beach towel rolled with a whimsical seaside critter belt.

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Think you’ll make waves with a nautical-theme crib quilt? Our instructions for easy-to-piece sailboats and appliqué accents ensure smooth sailing.

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Set your summer table with a 12-block runner that shows your patriotic flair. Reproduction fabrics in red, navy, and cream give the topper a hint of Americana.

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Stitch up Nine-Patch blocks and combine them with setting squares for an easy checkerboard-style quilt.

 

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Brighten your day with a bouquet of daisies set off by white-and-black prints in a fast and fusible, cheery wall hanging.

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Happy solid orange, cheerful solid turquoise, and bright polka dot white combine to make Flying Geese units. When arranged around a center square, the units look like blades on windmills rotating...

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Add patriotic bursts to a plain pillow with simple machine straight-stitching. The dark blue background serves as a night sky for the red and white metallic sparklers.

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Create a soft place to land with a generously sized floor pillow created from a quartet of butterfly panels and a coordinating butterfly print. Fabric is from the Papillion collection by Karen...

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Red and turquoise combine beautifully in a wall hanging that features large floral prints and ample room for extensive quilting in spacious cream print setting squares. Fabrics are from Silvia’s...

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Animal-theme novelty prints from the Jungle Baby collection by Kate Honarvar make an easy, kid-friendly crib quilt. Coordinating tone-on-tones from the Razzle Dazzle, Dotty, and Color Wash...

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Greens and grays bring a modern feel to this otherwise red, white, and blue table runner that can be used long after summer ends. Carefully combining triangle-squares results in the fun banner...

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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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Join red, white, and blue hexagons to create a long and narrow table topper. These fabrics are from the American Valor collection by Red...

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A playful palette of citrus colors—orange, green, and yellow—brings a summery look to this wall hanging. Careful placement of triangle-squares produces pairs of star blocks. Fabric are from the...

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For a quick-to-make baby quilt, set off eight star blocks with vertical-print sashing strips. Strips fussy-cut from a border print make up the top and bottom middle border. Fabrics are from...

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Create a spicy wall hanging with prints from two P&B Textiles collections: Wild Thyme by Carolyn Gavin and Pop Parade 2. To make the...

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Use setting rectangles grouped by color families to create diagonal patterns across a quilt top. Fabrics are from the Sorbet Garden collection by Jill Finley of Jillily Studio for...

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Alternate strips of blue dot fabrics and pieced novelty prints to create a bargello design. Fabrics are from Gems of the Sea and Fizz collections from ...

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Keep the quilt's intended use in mind when planning fabric placement. This children's quilt is intended to lay flat and be used as a play mat, so the border panels from Melissa Saylor's Fun on the...

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Sharpen your set-in piecing skills when making a wall hanging of Bride’s Bouquet blocks. Fussy-cut setting triangles from a printed wreath panel from Rachel Pellman’s Homecoming collection for...

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