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History of Signature Quilts

As far back as the mid 1800s, people were making quilts that included signatures. At a time when people moved away and sometimes never returned home, these quilts were valued reminders of family and friends back home. Because they were treasured keepsakes, many of them received special care and are still in good condition today.
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History of Solids in Quilts

One of the subsets of vintage quilts are quilts made with solid fabrics. You may think quilts made with solids are a modern thing, but that isn’t the case at all.
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Spellbinding Table Runner

Add a whimsical touch to your decor with a Halloween-theme table runner that is more likely to charm your guests than spook them. Fabrics are from the Midnight Magic collection by April Rosenthal for Moda Fabrics.
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Snuggle-Up Throw

Two basic blocks set on point compose a cozy throw quilt. Fabrics are from the New Circa Essentials collection by Pam Buda for Marcus Fabrics.
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Bright Spark Table Runner

Bright colors shine against striking black and cream fabrics in this summery table runner. Fabrics are from the Fine and Sunny collection by Jen Kingwell for Moda Fabrics.
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History of the Crazy Quilt

In their late 1800s heyday, crazy quilts celebrated an age of progress. Today, such fancywork is coming back to life, thanks to a focus on personalization and embellishments.
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Free Coaster Patterns

Sew stylish and useful mug rugs for your home or to give as gifts. Whether you're a coffee or tea drinker (or even wine!), we have patterns to fit any need.
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Timeless Beauty Table Topper

Use a classic color combination to piece a table topper that makes a statement.
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Colorful Mug Rugs

Pull scraps of your favorite fabrics to make a set of four mug rugs. Fabrics are from the Wild Birds collection by KG Art Studio for P&B Textiles.