Scrappy

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by Robin Strobel
Spotlight the richness of batiks with these twining ribbons and spinning stars. The stars are easily cut from fat quarters. The plain outer border centers...

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by Ellen Pahl
The combination of red and white is a classic color scheme that never goes out of style. In this quilt, the designer combined appliqued hearts and Pinwheel...

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by Kay Connors, Karen Earlywine
As with all "interlocking" block patterns, this charming quilt is deceptively easy. Originally offered in a newspaper advertisement in the 1930s for "three...

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by Mary Hickey
This clever little quilt, featuring one simple repeating block, is just the right size for a baby quilt. And you can whip it up in a hurry. For best...

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by Kim Brackett
Gather all your old Christmas scraps and make them new again in this charming quilt. All the Christmas fabrics are cut the same size, and the background...

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by Kim Brackett
If you've never made a quilt using 2½" strips, try this pattern and you'll be hooked! Make this design in a variety of colors for a scrappy quilt. Or use...

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by Kim Brackett
Watch your batiks come together beautifully in this gorgeous design. If you don't have enough batik scraps, simply substitute a plain border for the pieced...

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by Kim Brackett
This pretty pattern is surprisingly easy to construct. While the white center squares look like they're set in, the blocks are assembled with partial seams...

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by Karen Costello Soltys
The inspiration for this unique quilt came from an intricately stitched purse featured in a Japanese quilting magazine. Try using Japanese fabrics--or any...

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by Robin Strobel
This quilt will make you want to grab a glass of cider and scuffle through some leaves! Rich reds form the diagonal chains, while shades of gold and yellow...

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by Claudia Plett, Le Ann Weaver
Designed by Claudia Plett and Le Ann Weaver. Feature your favorite 5" charm squares in a fast, fun way-from pretty pastels to bold brights or novelty...

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by Kim Diehl
Combine traditional blocks with a fresh approach to color and what's the happy result' A charming yet modern quilt, where old suddenly becomes new again....