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Easy Quilts

Easy Quilts to complete in a weekend or less.


Easy Quilts

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If you like red as much as Mary Fons does, you'll love Big Red. This is a true stash-busting quilt made entirely of pyramids, but if you don't have enough red fabrics in your stash, it's a good excuse to go shopping. Look for Big Red in Scrap Quilts Spring '15.

The simple kitty appliqué and decorative embroidery combined with feline-oriented fabrics make for a perfect baby shower gift.

Extra large triangle-squares from just four fabrics make Stephanie Forsyth's design a true weekend quilt. Even though this quilt is so quick to make, it has as much impact as quilts that have taken hours longer.

Designer Pam Biswas loves having a table runner for every season. This one is perfect to celebrate spring. Spring Table features half-square triangles arranged in a square-in-a-square fashion.

This throw-sized, easy quilt features sisters, Anna and Elsa, of Disney's Frozen in fabric prints by Springs Creative and Fabri-Quilt. Simple square construction makes this quilt a quick turnaround.

One of the greatest pleasures in a quilter's life is working with a lovely group of batiks. This versatile block is super easy — just choose a single base batik, your favorite accent colors, a border, and you're good to go!

Add some eye-popping color to your décor with this dramatic table runner by Deborah Stanley. These strip-pieced blocks make for streamlined piecing.

Banish those winter doldrums by stitching up this quilt bursting with vibrant hues. With no blocks to piece, you can whip this one up in an afternoon.

This is a happy quilt! Make it using two time-saving techniques — Quick Triangle-Squares and Quick-Pieced Flying Geese Units and beautiful patterned fabrics.

Wrapping up in this quilt is like getting a warm hug from Olaf, the friendliest snowman to walk the mountains above Arendelle. Olaf is innocent and goofy, and he's loved by children and adults around the world.

This quilt shows the versatility of simple triangle-squares. Two different blocks create a secondary design when set side by side.

Make this quilt for your little snuggle buddy. It's simply made with adorable animal prints. This pattern meets the guidelines established by the Quilts for Kids organization. Click to learn more about QFK.

Shannon Schlosser's table runner gives the illusion of a wave pattern by varying lengths of squares and rectangles. We love the rich neutral palette and easy construction. Bravo!

Make a dozen easy stars using this quick technique for star points. This is a throw you'll keep out all year long.

Cuddle Me Lux makes for the perfect baby quilt. This pastel quilt features fussy cut center blocks made of plush and bordered by simple dotted prints. Click for tips working with plush.

Refresh your quilting with 18 new and vibrant quilt projects perfect for spring like quick table topper projects and batik quilt projects to add a pop of spring to your home decor.

Bring on spring with this bright, energetic quilt. Nancy Mahoney's ingenious design is based on simple log cabin-style blocks. When joined together, they give the illusion of connected strips.

Update your home decor with a new quilt. Whether your style is trendy or traditional, this quilt will fit right in.

Perk up dreary winter days by making a quilt with bright, cheery fabrics. The multicolor plaid fabric makes this quilt look like you spent hours piecing the borders.

Here's to looking on the bright side! Rochelle Martin cut bold batiks and prints into large squares and rectangles for this fast and easy design.

Use stripes to add interest to your quilt. With the 8-at-a-time triangle-square method, you can make this quilt quickly. The trick to making this work is choosing an uneven stripe fabric.

These no-sew fleece blankets appeal to all ages. They are great for taking to football games, snuggle under while watching TV, or to cuddle up with in a college dorm room. Everyone you know will want one!

This quilt is made entirely with diagonal seams, leaving you with enough triangle-squares to make a pile of throw pillows.

This quilt definitely shows Liz Porter's modern side. Liz created an intricate, winding pattern by turning every other block sideways.

The Log Cabin block is a perennial favorite. This queen-size quilt by John Kubiniec is easy enough for a beginner and makes a powerful statement.