Quilting Color Trend: Green
Who'd ever guess this playful throw is easily sewn row by row?
Flying Geese Quilt
Sew Flying Geese blocks to make a soothing quilt using an assortment of blue and green batiks.
An easy appliqué method makes the leaves on this kid-friendly quilt spring to life in no time-we promise!
Easy as A, B, C
Pieced blocks and large setting triangles create the center of a lively throw.
Squares and Sashing Quilt
Sew a simple throw composed of 5" squares fussy-cut from an assortment of floral fabric.
Fussy-Cut Baby Quilt
Showcase fussy-cut novelty designs in carefully arranged setting blocks.
Gather a variety of cool-tone solids for tree blocks, set the blocks side-by-side, and frame them with a narrow border to make a forest-inspired wall quilt.
Two-Block Kid's Quilt
Animal-theme novelty prints make an easy, kid-friendly crib quilt. Coordinating tone-on-tones round out the look.
Glimpses of the Garden
Showcase framed fussy-cut prints in a fresh wall hanging. A simple green, orange, and cream color palette helps the flowers bloom brightly.
Lime Squares Wall Hanging
High-contrast fabrics combine to make a sassy wall hanging. A mellow print complements each bright color and busy print.
City Lights Quilt
Combine rectangles and dark sashing and borders to create a quilt design that resembles a skyscraper with windows aglow. To get variety from a single collection, cut stripes both lengthwise and crosswise.