The call of the wild! This adorable pillow pair features a Gregarious Gator and an Amiable Elephant. You’ll find all the steps below to place them on 20” x 12” lumbar pillows using three different appliqué techniques: outline and stitch, raw edge, and reverse. Thanks to our sponsorship from Janome America, all the templates are

With a rag quilt, you want your seams to sew. After washing and drying, the exposed seams gently fray or ‘rag,’ producing a very soft and cuddly feel – perfect for babies. Our design features unique scalloped outer edges.

Our popular owl pals are 18″ tall x 16″ wide – a perfect size for hugging or laying your head for a nap. We especially love their big, bright eyes; they’re staying wide awake so you can doze safe and sound. There’s a full pattern set.

This easy to assemble knit blanket is made from 15 wide and narrow panels in three coordinating knits. The blanket layers together in a snap and is cleverly sandwiched and topstitched so all seams are finished front and back.

Strip piecing is a fast and easy mainstay in quilting; we’ve borrowed the technique for a bundle-up Cuddle® blanket. And, rather than using only one-directional strips, we mixed horizontal insets within the main vertical strips.

For new moms who prefer to cover up when nursing, this solution has boning encased in a channel along the top to create a little curved window so you can keep on eye on happy baby from up above.

Wrap up your favorite someone in this snuggly rag quilt with its special “secret admirer” heart appliqué. A rag quilt is sewn together so the seams show on the outside. After washing and drying, the seams begin gently fray or rag.

These adorable blankets are simply begging for hugs. Made with a double layer of super soft luxury fleece and sporting a lightly stuffed animal head and ears in one corner, who could resist giving them a loving squeeze?!

We scaled down a traditional laundry duffle to kid size, making it easy to fill and carry into the laundry room. Plus, the super-cute appliqué on the front leaves no doubt about what needs to be done with the bag’s contents!

There's nothing like a thick, snuggly blanket to make everything better. And, there's nothing easier than our blanket tutorial. A handsome binding in alternating fabrics is set against a field of soft, double-sided fleece. We personalized our project with a name embroidered in one corner. Even if you're brand new to sewing, you can create

The slightly puffy border of this blanket is created with a cleverly seamed faux flange that sandwiches an extra-wide seam allowance. The secret ingredient: super soft plush fabric that gives the edge its added loft.

The Pillow Jacket: it’s like an outfit for your pillow. The jacket slips over a complimentary fabric-covered pillow to create a new and unique, layered look. This pinafore version of the Pillow Jacket makes an adorable nursery accent.

A cheater quilt is one in which the top fabric is pre-printed with a patchwork design, allowing you to skip the piecing. It’s super fast and easy! As a fun twist, we used a soft piped edge rather than traditional binding.

Everyone loves a fast and easy project, and these pretty pillowcases fit the bill! A new pillowcase is a great way to freshen a set of bed linens. Kids are especially happy to rest their sleepy heads on pillows covered in fun fabric. We originally used the Playful collection by Melody Miller for Cotton +

This cute quilt has an intricate-looking pinwheel effect, but it’s just 12 cleverly rotated blocks made up of basic half square triangles. Super beginner friendly! We chose some metallic cotton for a bit of nursery sparkle.

This project is based on the Nurture Nest pillow insert by Fairfield. This specialized U-shaped insert comes with a pattern and simple instructions printed right on the packaging. We've followed these basic steps with just a few changes. There are likely other brands available from which to choose, just know that the pattern may be
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