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Quilt Patterns | Projects

Quilt Patterns | Projects

Journal Cover

Journal Cover

Stitch up a unique and colorful cover for any journal or small notebook that is sure to stand out from the crowd. Make several to keep on hand for those occasions when a “quilty” gift is needed.

Letters by Susan K Cleveland

Letters by Susan K Cleveland

This project from Susan K Cleveland would make a great gift for any relative or friend—grown up or child. Instructions are given for a name quilt but this idea can be carried out for messages, or keys on a keyboard too! 

Bean Bag Quilt

Margo Clabo - Bean Bag Quilt

Do you need a quick and easy gift for a toddler? You are sure to love this quilt that is fun to snuggle under AND a game. Margo Clabo designed this quilt that also can be used to play the always popular bean bag game. She even included a ‘toe the line’ tube to keep things fair.  Quilt size = 60" x 60".

Oil Cloth Lunch Bag

Oilcloth Lunch Bag

Send your school bound student off in style with this quick and easy re-usable lunch bag.

Perfect All Purpose Apron

Perfect All Purpose Apron

Learn how to make an apron with Susan Brubaker Knapp.

Pocket Pillowcase

Pocket Pillowcase

Here’s a fun, quick gift idea for kids of all ages. Rebecca Kemp Brent demonstrates how to put together this pillowcase with a hidden pocket. 

Pocket Tissue Cover

Pocket Tissue Cover

Create a fun and fanciful pocket tissue cover sure to thrill any recipient. With just a few bits of colorful fabric you can whip up a dozen in less than an hour.

Quilt Pillowcase

Quilt Pillowcase

Make this quick and easy cover to keep dust and sunlight away from your quilt when not in use.

Primitive Rail Fence

Ricky Tims' - Primitive Rail Fence Quilt

Make your own updated version of the traditional Rail Fence block in this quick and fun pattern designed by Ricky Tims. Ricky demonstrates how he "rips" the strips of fabric he needs to create strip sets and then cuts and pieces them to create the quilt top. The PDF provides the details on measurements to create the blocks for this quilt.

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