There's nothing better than an easy pattern that looks complicated. You just need to be able to sew a half-square triangle and cut strips to make the blocks for this quilt.
18 Carat is made with a 10-inch square pack and coordinating yardage. The pattern is named for the sparkling gemstone
Batting Tape Fusible Non Woven 1in x 30yds - 2 rolls per pack.
Lightweight non-woven fusible batting tape for joining batting scraps or enlarging small batts. Helps to stabilize seams and bias edges. Perfect for machine quilters - won't gum up the needle. Soft enough to needle easily for hand quilters.
The Burst Block of the Month pattern book from Quilt Addicts Anonymous.
Designed by Stephanie Soebbing, Burst is Clothwork’s 2017 Block of the Month, featuring Fresh Batiks. The finished quilt measures 72-inches square. Instructions are included for an optional border to increase the size to 84-inches square.
The quilt may look difficult,
Camden Bowls by Aunties Two Patterns includes instructions to make this zigzag stitched bowl in three sizes. No shaping required:
Large 13" wide, 9" tall
Medium 11" wide, 7" tall
Small 9" wide, 6" tall
This quilt can easily be completed in a weekend. All you need are two charm packs and 3 3/4 yards of coordinating yardage for the background. The instructions include directions to make half square triangles from squares, so you can turn the charm packs into half square triangles in no
Dimensions is an 11-month block of the month program designed by Stephanie Soebbing of Quilt Addicts Anonymous. There are 11 block designs and the quilt will measure 80-inches square when completed.
The quilt uses Kinkame Shades and American Made Brand Solids by Clothworks, but will also work with your favorite fabric
By Stephanie Soebbing
Showcase your favorite fabrics in this sweet wall hanging developed with Shell Rummel to feature her fabric line Bloom Beautiful.
Hanging Garden uses paper piecing to create perfect points without a lot of fuss. The block centers are perfect for showing off the focus print by fussy cutting your
Hillside is a Jelly Roll and stash-friendly pattern. Made entirely of 2 1/2-inch strips with no neutral fabric, Hillside will help you show off all those beautiful prints in the design roll you just had to have.
Use two Jelly Rolls from the same fabric line for a unified look, two
The Improv Squares Pattern Book by Christa Watson.
This pattern is made from one 10x10 layer cake of Modern Marks and a coordinating background. But it would look great in any fabric collection!
Pattern includes machine quilting suggestions and tips on improv piecing.
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You need two of these batting rolls to complete the jelly roll rug pattern.
Lightweight 100% Cotton batting for ease in hand-quilting. 3oz triple-carded, needlepunched cotton. Extremely stable, stitch up to 8in apart. No pre-shrinking required. 100% natural, no scrims or resins.
From RJ Designs by Roma Lambson
Approximately 30in x 44in area rug made from one Jelly-Roll, forty-two 2-1/2 inch fabric strips, and 100 percent cotton batting.
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The Kaleidoscope Block of the Month features Stonehenge Gradations by Northcott in the Kaleidoscope pattern designed by Stephanie Soebbing, pattern designer, blogger at QuiltAddictsAnonymous.com and Sit & Sew Radio podcast host. The color changes and 12 block designs make the pattern look difficult, but it can be accomplished by any quilter who can
By Gudrun Erla of GE Designs
This quilt uses assorted 10-inch squares of light and dark fabrics as well as innovative piecing and cutting with the Stripology Squared ruler by GE Designs. Instructions for using regular rulers are included. The pattern comes with 5 different size options: crib, lap, full, queen,
From Pen & Paper Patterns, by Lindsey Neill
Pattern for a cat-themed 48-1/2in baby size quilt
Quilt finishes 48 1/2" square and uses conventional piecing with the exception of the whiskers section in each kitten which is paper pieced. Directions are provided for replacing the paper pieced sections with one piece of
By Elizabeth Hartman
Use precut 2-1/2” fabric strips and conventional patchwork piecing techniques to make these magical unicorn blocks for two quilt sizes and a floor pillow. Most of the project is sewn with simple straight and diagonal seams. The horn is made using a single template-cut piece that is sewn