Make a single block mini-quilt or combine this flower quilt block with others for a larger quilt. Whether framed or unframed, this flower quilt block makes a beautiful statement.
This 4th of July quilt is a great way to learn how to strip quilt. Combine five red, white, and blue fabrics into a patriotic quilt from Benita Skinner of Victoriana Quilt Designs, use 1930s fabrics, or use up scraps from your stash.
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.
Bring sunshine and smiles to any nursery or young child's room with this adorable quilt. Soft book panels are the central feature of this nursery quilt pattern.
Girls of all ages will love this Pretty Pretty Princess Quilt. Made with the Princess Fabric Collection from ADORNit, this beginner quilt pattern is easy and fun to make, and makes a great gift for little princesses of all ages.
This small quilt wall hanging featuring a smiling kitty in the center and checkerboard border is a great project for beginner quilters.
This pretty quilted bag is easy to create and can be used to hold your rotary cutter. These make great gifts for fellow quilters and others can use for cosmetics or other items.
Use this quilting glossary to look up unfamiliar terms while learning how to quilt
Make your own roll-up checkerboard and checkers to take and play anywhere. Pouch to carry the checkers is also included.
Fight fading labels with these reader tips for putting name(s) on a quilt.