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Read about this quick and easy quilt that kids' will love here

Read about how to transform a bedroom with less work here

Read about this quilt's stunning design here

Dive into this fun octopus quilt here

Read about the roses on this quilt here

Read about this eye-catching contemporary quilt here

Read about Tony's beautiful Christmas quilt here.

Read what Diane has to say about a quilt rich in texture, detail, and color here

Diane shares some tips for working with diamond templates here.

Terry shares about how to get great results with less piecing here

Sue and Sandy's quilt will have you ready for winter, read about it here
Read about the wonky shapes on this Rockin' quilt here

Read about this delicious-looking quilt design here

This quilt will make you happy, read about it here.

Read about pairing prints with white here

Read how to use focal print as background here

Find out the pros and cons of working with all one color here.

Find out what makes the construction of this quilt unique here.

Find out the best way to make a focal fabric stand out here

What's black and white and red all over? Click here.

Find textured tonal inspiration here.

Discover the true Zen of Black and White here.

Find out to showcase large prints here

See if you can find Cathy Miles' secondary "X" and "O" designs here.

Sue shares her tip about why she keeps the center of table topper designs plain here.

Find out why Ro used three panels in her quilt design here.

Find out what tricks Reeze Hanson used to spice up a basic Four-Patch design here.

Find out how Tresa filled the barns with animals here.

Why did Terry Albers choose a black background? Find out here.

  Find out which ancient civilization's artwork inspired this quilt design here.

Sue shares how they gave a panel a non-panel look here.

Sue explains how bright fabrics can spice up an easy design here

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How many different reds and greens are there in Christmas prints? Sue shares how to make them all work together here.

Terry shares the secrets of successful fussy cutting here.

Kris Poor helps you make Vera Bradley-style bags here.

Find out more about the 3-D techniques used in this quilt here.

A ton of applique or a simple design? Find out here.

1 comment:

  1. I was totally inspired by Ro Gregg's stripe fabric while designing and making "Harvest Lone Star". I had just completed another Lone Star quilt which involved lots of piecing. Her stripe fabric is like having a ready made strip set to work with. I just cut the fabric on a 45 degree angle into 3 inch strips and the diamonds for the lone star appeared just like magic. That stripe fabric is great!