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Kite Tails, August 2014

By: Amy Friend

Kite Tails, Amy’s latest pattern design for you, is sure to inspire you to try out paper piecing. Have fun with it and use this opportunity to put some fabrics together that maybe you haven’t used before!…

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Boats! Boats! Boats!, July 2014

By: Brenda Ratliff

Grab your scraps! Let’s go on a color expedition and build out simple gradients to make this pattern.

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Building Blocks, June 2014

By: Miki Pacifico

Building Blocks is a great skill builder quilt pattern! Try curved piecing and play with transparency in fabric.

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Improv Echoed Hexagons, May 2014

By: Rossie Hutchinson

The classic hexagon is reimagined in this improv-focused design. Use Rossie’s pattern for guidance, but also feel inspired to play with the size, quantity, and placement of the hexagons!…

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Stretched Shoo Fly, April 2014

By: Josée Carrier

This playful design invites you to imagine picking up a shoo fly quilt block and pulling it with both hands to stretch out the block.

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Modern X, March 2014

By: Christa Watson

The secret to this graphic echoing X design is that it utilizes half-square triangles for its entire construction. Paired with a contrasting pop of color, you can make this quilt in a variety of color combinations for a…

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Zephyr, February 2014

By: Debbie Grifka

Try your hand at freezer paper piecing! Utilize this technique to make leaf blocks. Finish by appliquéing the leaves to background fabric in this fast, fresh make!…

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Broken Bars, January 2014

By: Rebecca Roach

The Broken Bars quilt uses the classic flying geese block in a unique composition setting. Using just two colors, many of the geese appear to float in the negative space of the bars.

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