This Thanksgiving, we're bringing a cornucopia of quilting patterns. These festive home decor projects are just what you need to wow your Turkey Day guests.
Angela Mitchell
Add some festive flair to your kitchen with the cutest mug rug and tea towel. They whip up in a flash, especially with our printable PDF template. Just follow the cut-outs, piece 'em together and do some simple stitching!
Diane Knott
From decorative stitches to fusible appliqué, designer Anna Maria Horner shares her best tips and tricks for fuss-free quilting on your home sewing machine.
Anna Maria Horner
Anna Maria Horner
Traditional double wedding ring quilts are a time-honored gift for couples getting married, but this fresh interpretation doesn't need a special occasion to shine. Bias tape appliqué is the key to the modern, minimalist look.
Say hello to a gorgeous, modern quilt design! Bias tape appliqué creates a colorful focal point on this project, but the technique itself has a lot of flexibility. Once you learn it, you can explore all kinds of motifs.
Here's a guaranteed way to up-level your quilts: appliqué. Sew fun shapes, bold lettering and other eye-catching textural elements right onto your pieced quilt.
Karen Walker
Let your stitches run wild with mixed-media embroidery! Embroiderer Nichole Vogelsinger shows you how to make three boho-chic hoop designs using a combination of stitches, fabrics (great for stash-busting!) and embellishments such as beads, buttons and more.
Nichole Vogelsinger
Nichole Vogelsinger
Scraps are just a fact of life for quilters — and it doesn't take long for that pile of leftovers to get pretty big.
We have NEVER seen anything cuter than these DIY felt owls. They're the perfect holiday project for gift giving, stocking stuffing or hanging on your tree. We're about to make a whole flock!
Jodie Rackley
An appliqué design is kind of like the cherry on top of a sundae: a tasty add-on that makes your project extra special. The trouble is (we're not gonna lie here), some forms of appliqué take quite a bit of skill and practice to master. But not this one! The raw-edge appliqué method is incredibly beginner-friendly, and the perfect way to try your hand and this decorative technique.
Lindsay Conner
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