40 different small blocks of fabric make up this stamp quilt. With so many different fabrics, you won't need a color scheme and can use up any scraps from your fabric stash.
Create a beautiful 9-patch variation quilt with this tutorial from Benita Skinner of Victoriana Quilt Designs. This is a great quilt to use up a large variety of small scraps.
Envelop yourself in all your favorite memories with this Quilted Tee Shirt Memory Blanket. Perfect for showcasing all your favorite sporting, music, or theater shirts, this t shirt quilt makes for a lovely (and useful) memory keeper. This would be a wonderful gift to give a college or high school graduate, and is a fun way to personalize a meaningful gift. You could even print out some photos on transfer paper and add those to the quilt as well. One thing's for sure, this quilt made out of t-shirts is sure to be the gift that keeps on giving.
Follow this free quilt pattern to create a sweet, lap-sized quilt. The large snowball quilt blocks come together quickly.
Use fabrics with images such as grapes and sunflowers to create a rich quilt reminiscent of Tuscany. This intermediate quilt pattern features a unique lattice design.
Inexpensive crayons are used to create seashells images and shading on this beach-inspired quilt. Sandpaper works as a transfer for ironing on seashell templates.
This quick and easy quilt project creates an accent rug with strips of coordinating fabric. You will need 7 coordinating fabrics for this fun quilt project.
A soft, touchable book is a great way to introduce young children to the joys of reading. Words are cleverly inked on flaps, which display additional hidden words underneath, encouraging the child to interact with the book.
This exquisite quilt pattern uses the popular fabric collection Belvedere by Donna Dewberry. Seven fabrics complement one another in this quilt pattern.
This red, white, and blue attic windows quilt pattern showcases a Millennium fabric collection, though any scenic print could be the focus. This attic windows quilt pattern is quick to make with half-square triangles instead of mitered seams.