⏰ Eleven-eleven flash sale! Top 11 books every quilter should own

Tomorrow is 11/11—and that got us thinking: what a fun excuse to put 11 of our must-have books on sale!

After all, the number 1 signifies a fresh start, but four number ones in a row? That’s REALLY starting fresh. And we like the sound of that!

That’s why today, we’re choosing our top 11 best learn-to-quilt books and putting them on sale this weekend for 40% off! These must-have books will teach how to quilt from first to last stitch, and they’re all from Martingale’s trusted, top-selling authors.

Are you a beginner? Or maybe you’ve got a knowledge hole in your quiltmaking tool belt that needs patching. Either way, take advantage of this weekend flash sale to stock up on skill-building books that will lead you to a fresh start. Reach a new level of quilty enlightenment on 11/11 and save 40% to boot! Hurry, offer ends November 12.

THE BASICS OF QUILTMAKING

When you need to learn about tools, terms, choosing fabrics, rotary cutting, sewing, and pressing, trust Pat Sloan to get you up to speed! She’s taught thousands of newbies how to quilt and shown seasoned quilters tons of easier ways to sew.



Get
Pat Sloan’s Teach Me to Make My First Quilt for just $14.99 (eBook only $10.19) >>>


PIECING BLOCKS

Want to be a better piecer—especially when it comes to points? Pat to the rescue again! Learn all about pointy piecing in her book Pat Sloan’s Teach Me to Sew Triangles—you’ll discover 13 different techniques.


Get
Pat Sloan’s Teach Me to Sew Triangles for just $16.19 (eBook only $11.39) >>>


APPLIQUÈING BLOCKS

Got a case of appli-phobia? Kim Diehl wrote an entire book about appliqué just for you. Learn six different appliqué methods in Simple Appliqué—Kim’s special brand of “You can do it!” teaching and more than 85 photos will guide to toward conquering the “A” word. (Don’t forget to get yourself a pack of Kim Diehl’s Best Appliqué Freezer Paper too).


Get
Simple Appliqué for just $13.79 (eBook only $8.99) >>>


PAPER PIECING BLOCKS BY MACHINE

Paper pieced before, but never been back for a second try? Solve the mysteries of paper piecing with quilting pro Nancy Mahoney! She’ll guide you step by step through the basics and show you how fun paper piecing can be.


Get
Learn to Paper Piece for just $11.39 (eBook only $8.39) >>>


ENGLISH PAPER PIECING BLOCKS BY HAND

If the popularity of English Paper Piecing has made you curious about the technique, now’s the time to jump on the EPP bandwagon! The New Hexagon contains 52 English paper pieced blocks, and best-selling author Katja Marek will walk you through the steps to make them. Join one of Katja’s quilt-alongs on Facebook—you’ll be hooked!


Get
The New Hexagon for just $16.19 (eBook only $11.39) >>>


BLOCK PATTERNS GALORE!

Looking for block-by-block inspiration? Pick up one (or all three) of these favorite block books on sale—you’ll find a lifetime’s worth of inspiration inside!

Get The 4″ x 5″ Quilt-Block Anthology for just $17.99 (eBook only $11.99) >>>
Get The Splendid Sampler for just $16.79 (eBook only $11.99) >>>
Get 501 Rotary-Cut Quilt Blocks for just $17.97 (eBook only $11.97) >>>


QUILT PATTERNS GALORE!

With a book from our “Big Book” series, you’ll have patterns at the ready whenever the urge to quilt comes on. Cut from your stash or play with precuts as you enjoy a whopping 77 patterns from well-known designers, including Kim Diehl, Kim Brackett, Amy Ellis, Country Threads, Joanna Figueroa, and many more.


Get
The Big Book of Scrappy Quilts for just $17.99 (eBook only $11.99) >>>


MACHINE QUILTING

Why quilt by check when you can learn to quilt at home on your own machine? Beginners can start with Pat Sloan’s Teach Me to Machine Quilt; more confident machine quilters will enjoy 501 Quilting Motifs, chock-full of fun motifs to try.

Get Pat Sloan’s Teach Me to Machine Quilt for just $16.19 (eBook only $11.39) >>>
Get 501 Quilting Motifs (softcover version) for just $11.99 (eBook only $8.99) >>>


There it is, our top 11 must-haves for every quilter, just in time for 11/11!

Which skills do you need to brush up on—or do you have a friend or family member who wants to learn to quilt? Tell us in the comments (and be sure to forward this post to your newbie buddies today!).

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