Curved piecing creates an overlapping circle pattern on this scrappy blue and tan quilt.
Polka Dot Fest
Fifty-six red-and-white blocks create intersecting light and dark "dots" in this throw. A polka dot border ties them together.
A Churn Dash variation forms intriguing interlocking squares. Rotary-cutting makes it easy to reconstruct this antique quilt-no need for templates!
Rhapsody in Blue
Can you keep a secret? This Single Irish Chain quilt showcases a simple Nine-Patch in disguise.
The classic red-and-white combo and traditional-with-a-twist star blocks make the quilt a winner year-round.
Flying Geese Quilt
Sew Flying Geese blocks to make a soothing quilt using an assortment of blue and green batiks.
6 Two-Color Quilts We Love
Highlight favorite two-color combinations with quilt patterns made for a limited palette. From scrappy designs to classic two-color quilts, these patterns are stunning as decor. All patterns are throw size.
Vision in Blues
Taking a cue from the hues of winter, alternate blue-and-white floral squares with a classic block pattern in complementary prints, plaids, stripes, and shirtings to create the borderless throw.
Scrappy red-and-white star blocks capture your heart in the throw. Cleverly mixed prints make three versions of the same star block.
Tumbling Triangles Quilt
Use a tumbler-shape template to create a small, quilted throw. Choose from a medley of red and blue prints.
When the frosty days of winter arrive, warm your home with a dramatic blue-and-white quilt.
Sea and Sand Quilt
Combine teal and brown batiks in an easy-to-piece quilt.
A range of blues and grays, gradating from light to dark, produce the look of waves on a stormy night. Pairing blue with gray instead of white puts a twist on the classic two-color combination.
Cheery blue and yellow star in this sunny wall quilt. A variety of geometric prints complement the tone-on-tones for low-contrast piecing.
Chain piecing makes easy work of the sharp points in this classic blue-and-white icy-crystal delight.
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.
Red-and-white strip sets and a little clever cutting make this throw quilt's vertical rows go round and round.
The rich, warm colors of tan and red meld together with understated elegance on a throw that combines delicate appliqué and classic piecing.
Sunny Side Up
Watch new shapes emerge when you cleverly arrange blue and yellow fabrics to create an optical illusion.
Skinny chains of light, medium, and dark blue squares run through a marbled, creamy field, mimicking the blue veins in the background print.
Circles and Squares Throw
Cut circles from precut 10-inch squares, then raw-edge appliqué both shapes to a solid color background for a pink and brown lap quilt.
Candy Cane Quilt
Compose this fresh red-and-white wall hanging with various cheerful prints and a simple Churn Dash block.
King Solomon’s Temple
Use just two simple shapes-triangles and squares-and red and white fabrics to re-create an antique quilt.
Easy-to-piece sailboats and appliqué accents ensure smooth sailing in this blue-and-white quilt.
Vive la French Country
On this inviting tablecloth, charming yellow and blue prints march around a border that looks like French tiles.
Use an array of blue and white batiks to create a two-color quilt with a fresh look.
Nautical Baby Quilt
Make a splash with a nautical-theme crib quilt. Stitched in white prints and rose polka dots, this baby quilt will make a great gift for any baby girl.
Blue Heirloom Quilt
Pairing gray with blue instead of white with blue puts a twist on the classic two-color combination. Fussy-cutting an ikat print for the outer border gives the appearance of more intricate piecing without the additional work!
Bolts of Blue
Mix your favorite blue prints in a scrappy wall hanging that will have you doing anything but singing the blues. Choosing prints with splashes of white keeps the strips in the tone-on-tone sashing from getting lost.
Two-Tone Star Table Runner
Create the illusion of diagonal stripes with clever fabric placement in a graphic table runner composed of star blocks.
Classic Two-Color Treasure
Stitch a vintage red-and-white quilt using just two fabrics for the blocks, background, and binding. Make the blocks using set-in seams, and showcase quilting stitches in the setting pieces.
Create one-way movement by arranging Four-Patch units and setting squares in a diagonal Irish Chain pattern.
Paisley Squares and Bars
Here's a two-block treat that's great for beginners. A mix of blue and red squares and rectangles, this geometric beauty proves that sometimes simple is best!
Little Blue Triangle-Squares
Make a table topper that's perfect for pairing with fine china. Sixty-four tiny triangle-squares make up the quilt center.
Create the look of a complex two-color quilt by surrounding a Nine-Patch variation with pieced units.
Triangle-Squares Bed Quilt
Show off eye-catching prints, solids, and ticking stripes in a two-color quilt of triangle-squares, Four-Patch units, and rectangles.
One-Point Table Runner
Lend sass to an easy table topper with a bevy of black-and-white prints.
Pair shades of blue with white prints to add depth to a two-color quilt.
Blue Ocean Waves
Combine soft prints and large florals in serene shades of aqua and blue into Ocean Wave blocks to achieve a tranquil look.
Appliqued Lamps Wall Quilt
Make a two-color wall quilt featuring lamp-shape appliqué pieces. Combine assorted florals, stripes, and dots to give the quilt center pizzazz.
Wild Goose Chase
Develop dramatic contrast simply by pairing red and white fabrics. Join Flying Geese units with triangles to make the blocks, then add sashing and borders to create a timeless two-color quilt.