1. How to display quilts on a wall? Try a mini-quilt gallery!

    Mini-quilt mania is upon is! In our last post we shared six tips from Moda All-Stars: Mini Marvels for making mini-quilts. But one question we often get asked is: once you have a stack of mini-quilts, how do you display them?

    Answer: make a mini-quilt gallery!

    We love the mini-quilt gallery idea so much, we started one in our office sewing studio:

     Mini-quilt gallery at Martingale
    Do you like it so far? We’re already working on adding more!

    We were inspired to create our gallery by a special section in Moda All-Stars: Mini Marvels that offers wall-layout ideas for small quilts. If you’re not sure how to display quilts on a wall—particularly mini quilts—perhaps this layout from the book will inspire you!

    Mini-quilt gallery idea
    Arrangements tend to work best when you group elements in odd numbers—as a rule, odd numbers of objects are more visually pleasing. Even with different-sized quilts, you can create continuity by keeping the vertical and horizontal spaces between quilts equal.

    We mocked up a mini-quilt gallery using the template above and the quilts in Moda All-Stars: Mini Marvels:

    Mini-quilt gallery how-to

    Simply adapt the groupings in the template above for the mix of minis you make. Family and friends will marvel at your collection!

    Moda All-Stars: Mini MarvelsThere are three more fun layouts in the book, including how to hang a trio of mini quilts, how to mix other elements (like photos or art) with your quilts, and even how to lay out a mini-quilt gallery on a wall next to a staircase. So many options!

    Now all you need are a few mini-quilts to make, and you’ll find lots in Moda All-Stars: Mini Marvels—take your pick!

    Mini quilts from Mini Marvels

    Ready for more mini-quilt tips? Check out this post and this video about Moda All-Stars Mini Marvels. Add a *little* more fun to your quilting life!

    How many mini-quilts have you made?

    • None yet . . . but you’ve got me thinking.
    • Definitely enough for a mini-quilt gallery!
    • So many, I could wallpaper my house with mini-quilts.

    Tell us in the comments!







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  2. Sew ’em small, sew ’em all: 6 mini-quilt tips from Moda designers

    Mini-quilts are BIG right now! They’re fast to finish, they provide an easy way to try new techniques, and let’s face it—they’re adorable. Plus, you can display them in so many ways:

    Quilts from Mini Marvels
    Spread, tucked, hung, or framed—mini-quilts can shine almost anywhere!

    Sewing minis can mean a more quickly completed quilt—but there are a few tips that can help you have even more fun and success making them. That’s why we’ve rounded up six smart tips from Moda All-Stars: Mini Marvels for making mini-quilts—and we put them in a quick *little* video for your viewing pleasure!

    Viewing this post in email? Watch the video here.

    You’ll find lots more tips for making mini-quilts in Moda All-Stars: Mini Marvels, along with 15 beautiful quilts from popular Moda designers, including:

    Mini Medallion mini quilt
    Betsy Chutchian (Mini Medallion mini-quilt)

    Fly Away Home mini quilt
    Jen Kingwell (Fly Away Home mini-quilt)

    Midnight Garden mini quilt
    Lisa Bongean (Midnight Garden mini-quilt)

    Spinner mini quilt
    Me and My Sister Designs (Spinner mini-quilt)

    Moda All-Stars: Mini MarvelsIf you’re inspired to make a stack of mini-quilts, you won’t want to miss Friday’s post, when we’ll be sharing ideas for making your own mini-quilt gallery! We’ve started one of our own in the office and we can’t wait to show you how it’s turning out!

    What do you like most about mini-quilts?

    • So speedy
    • So simple
    • So sweet!

    Tell us in the comments!





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  3. Wish list day! Jo’s sequel, sweet Santas, stunning stitches + a little something (giveaway!)

    Our favorite day of the month is here again: Wish List Day! Get a peek at new books coming from Martingale in May—tell us which one is your favorite book and you could win it!

    Subscribe to Stitch This!Subscribe to our blog and you’ll always be the first to see new Martingale quilt books, plus special sales, freebies, tutorials, and more.

    Jo's Little Favorites IIJo’s Little Favorites II
    A Classic Collection of 15 Small Quilts

    Jo Morton

    Quilting icon Jo Morton is back with more exquisite little quilts that have only been available to her devoted club members—until now! Gorgeous styled photography captures 15 quilts reminiscent of days gone by, while close-up photos reveal every scrappy choice Jo makes so you can follow her lead. Get oodles of ideas for displaying small quilts, along with Jo’s favorite techniques for making small quilts—the voice of experience when it comes to working with smaller pieces. You’ll be inspired to start right away with Jo’s wise approach to quiltmaking: if you want to make them all, make them small!

    Jo's Calico Surprise quilt
    Jo’s Calico Surprise Quilt

    See more spectacular small quilts from Jo >

    >>>Also see: Jo’s Little Favorites

    A Little SomethingA Little Something
    Cute-as-Can-Be Patterns for Wool Stitchery

    Roseann Meehan Kermes

    Transform bits of wool and thread into “a little something” to show off and share! These hand-sewn treats are oh-so sweet—if you’ve ever wanted to try wool appliqué, this happy little book is the perfect place to begin. Easily portable projects make it a cinch to sew whenever you have a few precious moments. You’ll fall in love with Roseann’s petite, practical designs, including a sewing kit, coasters, a jewelry bag, pincushions—even a satchel for your cell phone! And if you’re looking for great gift ideas that are quick to make, you’ll find oodles inside. A section on wool-appliqué essentials gives you all the confidence you’ll need to stitch every adorable project in the book—and most can be finished in a weekend or an afternoon.

    From A Little Something
    A Little Something

    Get a bigger peek into A Little Something >

    Just Be ClausJust Be Claus
    24 Jolly Holiday Embroideries

    Robin Kingsley

    Stitch up a holly-jolly Christmas where Santa is the star! If you loved Robin’s Snow Happy bluework embroidery, you’re in for a treat when you see what she’s done with Mr. Claus! Transform your holiday home into Santa’s village with delightful Santa motifs in classic redwork embroidery. Easy-to-make projects include wall hangings, pillows, ornaments, kitchen linens, and a joyful quilt starring six of Robin’s one-of-a-kind Santa stitcheries. Learn Robin’s transfer methods, finishing techniques, and clever tips for making your embroidery look flawless (even on the back). Believe in these Santas—they’ll bring a whole new magic to your holiday!

    From Just Be Claus
    How cute would these tea towels be as holiday-party hostess gifts?

    See more Santas! >

    >>>Also see: Snow Happy

    Stunning StitchesStunning Stitches
    21 Shawls, Scarves, and Cowls You’ll Love to Knit

    Jen Lucas

    Best-selling knitting author Jen Lucas is back to share more stunning stitches! Jen chose seven of her all-time favorite stitch patterns; then she designed three different wraps highlighting each stitch pattern in all its stunning glory. Choose from 21 projects in a variety of yarn weights, from fingering weight to bulky, and knit every style of wrap: shawls, scarves, cowls, a poncho, a hooded scarf, a Mobius scarf, and more. Jen’s wraps make wonderful gifts—one size fits all—and they’re so luxe, you’ll feel like royalty when you wear them.

    From Stunning Stitches
    Stunning Stitches

    See more from Stunning Stitches >

    >>>Also see: Cozy Stash-Busting Knits

    So, which new book would make your May marvelous? Tell us in the comments and you could win it when it’s released! We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win.








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  4. Join our book club and save BIG (+ get $40 to spend right now – yes, now!)

    If you follow our Stitch This! blog, we know something about you: you love books that inspire your creativity! And if you do, the Martingale Insider Book Club may be just right for you.

    Martingale Insider Book Club

    When you log on to our website as a book-club member, you’ll instantly see how much you can save:

    The 4" x 5" Quilt Block Anthology

    All our brand-new books, all our best sellers, all 35% off, all the time—that’s a lot of saving! And you’ll save on other special items too—our gorgeous coffee-table books, foundation papers, even Kim Diehl’s Best Appliqué Freezer Paper (you can never have too much). For book-club members, everything is on sale, every time you visit us online! Plus, you’ll get a $40 gift certificate to ShopMartingale.com as soon as you join!

    So, how does the book club work? It’s easy:

    1. Free $40 gift certificateJoin the club for just $14.99 per year. You’ll immediately get that back, plus more, in books and other merchandise—remember that free $40 gift certificate?* Yahoo!
    1. Buy 4 or more books in a year, always at 35% off. We’ll send monthly emails to you about our hot-off-the-press books. Choose the format you like best: printed books or eBooks. You can accept our Featured Selection, decline it, or choose something else. It’s entirely up to you.
    1. Purchase 6 or more books or other products during the year. When you do, we’ll waive next year’s membership fee!

    Joining is easy! Visit us at ShopMartingale.com and add the Insider Book Club membership to your shopping cart. We’ll send your $40 gift certificate by email as soon as you’ve joined the club. Then you can enjoy a little spending spree at our website—it’s on us!

    Have more questions? Click here for more information, or email us directly at bookclub@shopmartingale.com and we’ll be glad to help.

    Find out more about the club: FAQs | membership terms | sign up!

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  5. Easy free-motion quilting motifs, simple as 1-2-3 👍 (free tutorial + giveaway!)

    If you’ve tried free-motion quilting but you’re still in beginner mode . . .

    If you’re ready to try some fun new motifs . . .

    If you simply aren’t sure how to progress from where you are . . .

    Let machine-quilting pro Lori Kennedy take you by the hand and teach you everything she knows!

    Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3
    Lori’s new book,
    Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3

    Let us tell you about Lori: she’s a BERNINA Ambassador, a two-time Craftsy star, and she regularly writes machine-quilting tutorials for American Quilter Magazine. She’s also filmed a two-part series about her machine-quilting techniques for Sewing With Nancy, which you can watch this September.

    In short, she knows her sewing stuff!

    Square Flower Variations quilt
    Fun flower variations from
    Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3

    Lori’s book, Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3, is chock-full of easy free-motion quilting motifs that you can add to your quilts. You’ll see more than 60 designs close up throughout every step of the process, all in detailed photographs—not illustrations—so you can clearly see what you and your quilt should be doing under the needle. More than 400 photos will guide you to success!

    From Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3

    Learn to quilt flowers, leaves, tiny houses, and many more pictorial motifs, along with lots of easy-to-learn loops, spirals, circles, and squares. If you want your quilting to be as much a part of your quilt’s personality as your piecing, start with this book!

    Speaking of personality, we love this quiltmaking quote from Lori:

    Personality is more important than perfection

    Don’t you agree?

    As you’ll see in her guest post below, Lori’s enthusiastic and easygoing approach to free-motion quilting will inspire you to stitch right along with her. Welcome, Lori!

    Lori KennedyI’ve been machine quilting on a domestic sewing machine for more than 20 years, and in that time I’ve concluded two things:

    Free-motion quilting should be FUN!


    Quilting motifs should add personality to our quilts.

    Do YOU love machine-quilted feathers and stippling? Then you should cover your quilts in feathers and stippling galore!

    But if you’re like me . . . I simply cannot stipple. I cannot stitch a wavy line that doesn’t cross over any other line and makes a quarter-turn every so often.

    And I want more than feathers. I want my quilting lines to tell a story. However, I do NOT want to do a lot of marking.

    I started designing my own motifs and sharing them on my blog, The Inbox Jaunt. Together, my readers and I quilted leaves and flowers as well as spirals and circles. But we didn’t stop there. We quilted stars, sailboats, hearts, and roses. We added schools of fish and little houses and trees surrounded by picket fences. All these motifs helped tell our quilting story.

    Sailboat, fish, wave, and bubble quilting motifs
    Sailboat, fish, wave, and bubble motifs

    On my blog I’ve offered tutorials that are easy to follow and easy to commit to muscle memory. Suddenly, challenging motifs seemed simple—just one step at a time!

    Spiral bindingThat’s how Free Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3 was born—one “Tuesday Tutorial” at a time.  The book includes more than 60 motifs with step-by-step photos, all organized in six chapters for quick reference. A spiral binding allows the book to lie flat next to your sewing machine while you are stitching.

    The first chapter will have you stitching in less than five minutes with my 12-step setup. Not sure about thread, batting, or marking pens? It’s all in here.

    Next, you’ll find skill-building exercises to help you create the perfect stitch, as well as instructions on creating four different knots to tie off your quilting. You’ll discover why stopping points are important, as well as other tips that will refine your technique and elevate your machine quilting to the next level.

    the perfect machine quilting stitch

    Then the fun begins—stitching the motifs and variations! Find motifs to tell YOUR story—from beginner to advanced, modern to traditional, pretty to whimsical.

    Motifs from Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3
    Motifs from
    Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3

    Not sure how to begin? Here’s a tutorial from the book that you can start with, and it’s my favorite: Flower Power!

    Free tutorial for Flower Power free-motion quilting motif
    Download Lori’s Flower Power tutorialprint it out and try it for yourself!

    Meander no more—happy stitching!

    Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3Thanks for sharing a peek inside your book, Lori!

    Which free-motion motifs from Lori’s book are you excited to try on your quilts?

    • Loops, lines, and spirals
    • Leaves and flowers
    • Circles and squares
    • All of the above!

    Tell us your pick in the comments and you could win a copy of Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3! We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck—and remember, when you buy the book at ShopMartingale.com, you can instantly download the eBook for free. Easy as 1-2-3!

    Comments are closed for this post.

    Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Diane, who says:

    “I love Lori’s leaves and flowers!”

    We’ll email you about your prize, Diane—congratulations!











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  6. VIDEO: How to cut teeny fabric appliques quick, quick, quick! ✂

    Bird applique from A Change of SeasonsTrue story: a couple of years ago, I was prepping a project and realized that I was nearly at the end of my roll of freezer paper. When I actually remembered to pick up another roll, I was so impressed with myself! A few weeks later, I was ransacking my pantry and what did I find? You guessed it, another brand-new roll of freezer paper. These words actually came out of my mouth: “What is this doing here?” I’ll bet my “helpful” hubby put it there—silly of him to think that it belonged in the pantry, wasn’t it?

    Speaking of freezer paper, here’s a fantastic video tip from Bonnie Sullivan, author of A Change of Seasons. Have you ever looked at an appliqué pattern and been intimidated by the sheer number of tiny pieces in it? Bonnie’s tip will help you cut those tiny berries and leaves quickly and accurately.

    Reading this in email? Click here to watch the video.

    Now that you know how to prep your appliqué pieces easily, take a look at some of Bonnie’s spring-inspired projects from A Change of Seasons:

    From A Change of Seasons - Spring
    Spring Blossoms and Spring Fling

    From A Change of Seasons - Spring
    Spring Has Sprung and Spring Chick

    Spring has definitely sprung in Chapter 1 of A Change of Seasons! Bonnie devotes a chapter to each season in her book. Take a look at more of her projects here.

    Kim Diehl's Best Applique Freezer PaperBy the way . . . those freezer-paper rolls for appliqué are now history (at least in my sewing room!). I switched to Kim Diehl’s Best Appliqué Freezer Paper. You get thirty 8½" x 11″ sheets that lie flat for easy tracing and cutting. You can even run the sheets through an inkjet printer or photocopier. They’re great for both hand and machine appliqué. You’ll never go back to grocery-store rolls again!

    What kind of appliqué technique do you use most?

    1) Hand appliqué

    2) Machine appliqué

    3) Fusible appliqué

    4) A combination of all three!

    Share your appliqué style in the comments!








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  7. ⏰Flash sale! Graceful quilts + companion projects from Kim Diehl

    Whoo-boy are we excited to share this deal with you today!

    Flash sale - Simple Graces only $6

    Download Kim Diehl’s best-seller Simple Graces for only $6.00! What a steal!

    Kim’s fourth book is extra special: not only has she designed quilts in her stunning signature style, she’s also designed simple-and-sweet companion projects for each quilt that you can whip up in a jiffy. Think of all the gifts you can make . . . the decorating you can do . . . the fun you can have with Kim guiding you all the way!

    Take a look at just a few pairs of patchwork projects from Simple Graces:

    Pie in the Sky quilt
    Create this scrappy-to-the-max Pie in the Sky quilt (the piecing’s way easier than you might think . . .)

    Pie in the Sky pillows
    Then whip up coordinating pillowcases and a throw pillow for a cozy-to-the-max scene.

    Cottage Garden table runner
    Use Kim’s invisible machine-appliqué technique to stitch this penny-packed Cottage Garden table runner . . .

    Cottage Garden companion projects
    Then make more pretty pennies to embellish a kitchen towel and a lampshade—top it all off with some penny coasters!

    Petal Pushers quilt
    The rows of scrappy Dresden blossoms in Kim’s Pedal Pusher quilt will never go out of style . . .

    Dresden pincushions
    And neither will these cute Dresden pincushions—stitch one up in cotton or wool.

    Kim Diehl's Pin PointsIn Simple Graces, you’ll also get 25+ of Kim’s famous “Pin Points”—little hints throughout the book that will make your quilting easier, faster, and lots more fun. Gaining Kim’s sewing wisdom alone is worth the price!

    A “Pin Point” example (right): this little doll quilt was made with leftovers from the Pie in the Sky quilt, shown at the beginning of this post. Kim used scraps from her strip sets—how clever!

    And for all you yo-yo fans out there—Kim being one of them!—how about a peek at just one more mini-collection from Simple Graces?

    Welcome Wagon quilt
    Stitch stacks of yo-yos to make Kim’s Welcome Wagon quilt; a few extra yo-yos result in a welcoming door hanger (and as you can see, you don’t have to hang it on a door).

    Download your eBook copy of Simple Graces at our website—but don’t delay! This offer ends on Monday, March 27, at noon (PT).

    Do you turn leftovers from your quilts into coordinating projects—and if yes, what do you typically make? Tell us in the comments!





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  8. Charm-quilt ideas from the best in the biz: Moda All-Stars are back! (+ fabric giveaway!)

    You’re loving the Moda All-Stars series of books so much, we went and did it again: we published book #4, and it’s available NOW!

    Moda All-Stars Lucky Charm Quilts

    In Moda All-Stars: Lucky Charm Quilts, you’ll find dazzling quilts from some of Moda’s most popular designers, all made with 5″ charm squares. Chapters are organized by how many charm packs to use:

    ONE charm pack.

    Forever Friends quilts
    Just one charm pack is all it takes to make this pair of Forever Friends mini quilts by Lisa Bongean—one for you and one for a friend.

    See 4 more quilts that use ONE charm pack >

    TWO charm packs.

    Spring Mosaic quilt
    This Spring Mosaic quilt by Sandy Gervais reminds us of lemon, lime, and orange sherbet! You’ll use leftover charm squares to piece a pretty border.

    See 5 more quilts that use TWO charm packs >

    Or THREE charm packs!

    Tire Tracks quilt
    Tire Tracks by Carrie Nelson and Tammy Vonderschmitt will put your (sewing-machine) pedal to the metal with quick piecing; faded red cross-weave cotton gives a soft texture to a solid color.

    See 5 more quilts that use THREE charm packs >

    We didn’t want to stifle creativity, so we asked the Moda All-Stars to follow just ONE rule: all designers had to use at least 80% of each charm pack in their project. They stuck to the rule beautifully!

    From Moda All-Stars: Lucky Charm Quilts

    Just like in all the Moda All-Stars books, there’s a special Q&A with each designer. In Lucky Charm Quilts, one question we asked was: “What charms you most about charm packs?”

    Sherri McConnell of A Quilting Life said: “They’re a terrific way to sample every piece of a collection, and they’re perfect for scrap quilts!”

    Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Co. said: “Convenience! I know if I want to make a baby quilt, I need one charm pack, two packs will make a crib quilt, three make a lap, and four will make a twin-size.”

    Sandy Klop of American Jane said: “I don’t have to cut them. Such a time-saver!”

    You’re sure to discover a love of charm packs just like the Moda All-Stars—or grow your love of them—with Lucky Charm Quilts at your side! Other all-star designers include:

    Designer lineup for Lucky Charm Quilts

    What a star-studded lineup! See all the quilts (and which Moda All-Star made which quilt!) in this quick little video we made:

    Reading this post in email? Click here to view the video.

    Alex's Lemonade Stand FoundationDID YOU KNOW? As with all our Moda All-Stars books, your purchase will make you a lucky charm for others. All royalties for Lucky Charm Quilts will be donated to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, an organization dedicated to raising funds for research into new treatments and cures for all children battling cancer.

    You know that when it comes to our pals at Moda, generosity is just their style. And in true form, Moda’s fabric fairies sent us a few charm packs to give to a few *lucky* winners!

    Moda charm pack giveaway!

    For your chance to win 3 of these fun charm packs plus a copy of Lucky Charm Quilts, tell us:

    If you had to choose a “lucky charm” from a charm pack, what color would it be?

    Share your answer in the comments to be automatically entered into the drawing. We’ll choose FIVE random winners one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck—and remember, when you purchase Lucky Charm Quilts at ShopMartingale.com, you get to download the eBook for free. Instant gratification—how charming!

    Comments are closed for this post.

    Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winners are:

    Dianna, who says: “Purple for me. Not just any ole purple. A very lush and vibrant purple.”

    Kristine, who says: “I love shades of gray!”

    Irene, who says: “Burgundy, used with other dark fabrics and with greys and blacks, makes my heart sing.”

    Sue, who says: “I would love neutrals.”

    Allison, who says: “Turquoise! Love bright bold colors and usually gravitate towards cooler colors.”

    We’ll email you about your prizes, winners—congratulations!







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  9. How to sew rickrack on a quilt (think spring flowers!) 💐

    Today is the first day of spring! It’s the perfect time to start sewing something new—and we’ve got the perfect book to help you welcome warmer weather!

    Rick rack stems from Here Comes SpringHere Comes Spring is packed with pretty patchwork to decorate your home for the season—and the little details that authors Jeanne Large and Shelley Wicks dream up for their designs make them extra special. One of the authors’ trademark tricks is to use rickrack for stems, vines, and flower embellishments. You won’t believe 1) how easy it is to sew rickrack and 2) how cute those wavy strips look in quilts!

    We asked Jeanne to show us how she sews all kinds of rickrack, from super fat to super skinny—and we caught all her suggestions on video! Follow her expert advice to try rickrack in your quilts:

    Reading this post in email? Click here to watch the video

    We also filmed a little video of another rickrack trick from Here Comes Spring—the technique gives a lovely scalloped edge to your flower appliqués and finishes the raw edges at the same time!

    Reading this post in email? Click here to watch the video.

    So clever!

    Once you learn rickrack basics, you can sew them into all sorts of springtime quilts, such as:

    Opening Day flower pillow
    This sweet Opening Day Pillow

    Rebecca's Keepsake Quilt
    This starry showstopper, called Rebecca’s Keepsake Quilt (see the stems?)

    Prairie Picnic quilt and tote
    This Prairie Picnic set (raise your hand if you miss picnics!)

    Spring Blooms quilts
    This Spring Blooms Duo—just the right quilts for watchers of birds and keepers of gardens.

    You’ll find lots more how-to tricks in Here Comes Spring—sew smart with Jeanne and Shelley and you’re guaranteed projects that won’t take all season to finish!

    Which project pairs up with what you’ll be doing this spring?

    a) A quilt for sunset watching.

    b) A pillow for nighttime stargazing.

    c) A tote for springtime shopping!

    Tell us what you’d make first in the comments—and remember, when you purchase Here Comes Spring at our website, you can instantly download the eBook version for free.

    5 bucks a book - warehouse sale!






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  10. It’s official – Moda All-Stars: All in a Row Again has a cover! 👏

    The votes have been tallied . . . here is the cover of Moda All-Stars: All in a Row Again!

    Moda All-Stars: All in a Row Again

    No matter which cover was your favorite, patterns for ALL the rows you saw on both covers are included in the book, coming in October 2017. Mix and match 23 rows in four fun categories:

    Flowers and Trees
    Critters and Creatures
    Buildings and Houses
    Classic Patchwork

    Many thanks for helping us choose the cover—preorder your copy of the book here!

    5 bucks a book - warehouse sale!

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