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 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.
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.
This Victorian House quilt is an easy no-sew project you can quilt in a day! Packed with charm and detail like lace curtains, wooden porch railings and more, you won't even be able to tell that this is a no-sew quilt that's fun to make!
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 intermediate quilt pattern is a colorful blend of paisley, floral and other fabrics. This quilt looks quite elegant when complete.
This colorful quilt pattern features an attractive arrangement of fabric triangles. Diagrams help simplify this intermediate quilt pattern.
Small wall hanging are perfect projects for beginner quilters, and this Ohio Star quilt is extra simple with a rotary cutter. This colorful quilt made with a center star quilt pattern will brighten up any room.
This quilt pattern uses a central panel featuring a touching family scene. A criss-cross quilt pattern makes for a beautiful border around the central image.
This lap-sized quilt serves two purposes: as a colorful way to warm up and as a ready game board with matching game pieces. Instructions for the checkers and carrying pouch are also included.