Quilting Color Trend: Yellow
A Churn Dash variation forms intriguing interlocking squares. Rotary-cutting makes it easy to reconstruct this antique quilt-no need for templates!
Create a fresh variation of the traditional Log Cabin block. Surrounding each block with simple appliqué pieces gives the blocks a softer, more feminine look.
Use the quilt-as-you-go method to add pieced rows at the same time that you layer the batting and backing. Then add the binding, pop on a few ragged-edge leaves, and your pineapple table topper is ready for a luau.
Capture the fresh feeling of cool summer breezes wafting through a flower garden in the bright quilt.
Combine bright yellows and pretty florals for a cheerful springtime wall hanging. Solid white block backgrounds let the baskets shine.
A soft, buttery yellow teamed with solid white in this bed-size quilt provides the perfect background for the bright '30s print appliqués.
Easy Math Throw
Use bright prints and simple squares to create a plus sign design with kid appeal. Pieced plus signs within the blocks and a multicolor border add interest.
Sunflower Appliqué Wall Hanging
Sunflower appliqués bloom across a field of gold.
Rustic Zigzag Wall Hanging
Triangle-squares in assorted gold, rust, and blues form a rustic, but standout quilt.
Rail Fence Baby Quilt
Light, medium, and dark shades of yellows and oranges pair perfectly with green and blue for a bright baby quilt.
Sea blues and sandy golds contrast perfectly with pops of red and orange.
Star of the Show
Combine florals and tone-on-tones in muted, rich colors for this wall quilt. The large star became the focus when she framed it with a dark inner border and a large floral outer border.
Friendship Star Log Cabins
The vivid red points jump off the quilt while the muted gold points recede to form a single Friendship Star.
Light Tricks Wall Quilt
A fussy-cut ombré print background draws the eye into light spots, making the bright reds and golds pop off the quilt like 3D shapes.
Geometric blocks combine to create a mesmerizing path on this bold quilt.
The unexpected pairing of batiks and metallic prints results in a sophisticated wall hanging.
Crossing Paths Wall Quilt
The black sashing in this quilt makes the golds, blues, and greens stand out while the black in the blocks and border keeps the quilt cohesive and balances the light colors.
Floral and Paisley Chain Quilt
For a palette that marries sky, sea, and sunset, try yellow-orange with a range of natural blues from sky to slate.
Jewel Box Wall Quilt
Jewel-tone golds, blues, browns in subtle tone-on-tones create a rich wall hanging. Fussy-cutting striped fabric makes the Aster blocks pop.
Fall Spice Bed Quilt
Pair an orangey gold with cream and espresso for a sophisticated take on yellow-orange.