This small quilt wall hanging featuring a smiling kitty in the center and checkerboard border is a great project for beginner quilters.
Create a quilt block on the fly with this non-fabric quilt block designed by Lisa Fulmer. Lisa paints the quilt block on polyester interfacing layered with a square of lutradur.
Make this cheerful Happy Birthday cake quilt as a wall hanging for birthday parties at your home. You can also give this quilt as a homemade birthday gift sure to impress.
Use half a star quilt block to adorn the flap of a black sateen purse. You will create the entire quilted purse with these step-by-step instructions featuring many helpful diagrams.
Use this quilting glossary to look up unfamiliar terms while learning how to quilt
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.
Use these photo quilt patterns and our simple video tutorial from Carolyn Wainscott to make your own photo quilts. These make great gifts and can be passed down through the generations.
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.
Experienced quilters share unexpected tools that have helped them quilt more easily.
Hang a quilted bouquet of flowers from your wall in bright, cheerful colors. Rotary cut and piece together different shapes and then either machine quilt or hand quilt.