Deeply devoted to Civil War fabrics? Don’t miss this

Save 20% on select books this week - plus free shipping

We know there are some of you out there who are deeply devoted to Civil War reproduction fabrics.

And when we say deeply, we’re talking knee-deep. You know what we mean.

The tiny prints, the touch of history, the timeless look of quilts awash with those colors—poison greens, madder reds, double pinks, cheddar yellows. Irresistible.

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If you’ve got a passion for Civil War fabrics, we feel you. We’ve got one too. In fact, we’ve published 11 books on the subject. (Seriously, we could sit with a cuppa and talk reproduction fabrics all day long.)

Troops-in-Formation-quiltIf you’ve got a Civil War–inspired fabric stash—or if you want to start one—today is the perfect day to treat yourself to something that goes with Civil War fabrics like chocolate goes with peanut butter. And caramel. And cherries. And quilting!

What is that something? Patterns! But not just any patterns. Patterns that pair perfectly with those prints and colors of years past.

Browse the four beautiful Civil War quilt-pattern books below, all 20% off + free shipping in the US and Canada this week only. Don’t miss your chance to save on books by authors who love that reproduction look just like you—and who will inspire you to revisit the past with needle and thread. And all that fabric!


Civil War LegaciesCivil War Legacies: Quilt Patterns for Reproduction Fabrics
Carol Hopkins

This debut book from best-selling author Carol Hopkins is the first in a trio of books by Carol on the subject of sewing with repro fabrics. Fifteen stunning patterns for your Civil War stash are small in scale and perfect for those vintage-looking scraps you can’t bear to toss.
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Alexander’s Bean Pot quilt. See more from
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The Blue and the GrayThe Blue and the Gray: Quilt Patterns using Civil War Fabrics
Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene

When two quilting icons started the Civil War Reproduction Club in their legendary Iowa quilt shop, Country Threads, a whole nation of quilters wanted to join the club too. This shining salute to the era features beautiful, traditional quilts that share visual stories of American history, both in fabric and in design.
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Battlefield quilt. See more from
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The Civil War Sewing CircleThe Civil War Sewing Circle: Quilts and Sewing Accessories Inspired by the Era
Kathleen Tracy

Patterned after authentic quilts made during the Civil War era, this collection of nostalgic patterns is ideal for nineteenth-century reproduction fabrics. Quilts and sewing accessories are paired with historical photos and eloquent excerpts from letters written to and from soldiers during the Civil War.
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Quilts from
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Remembering AdeliaRemembering Adelia: Quilts Inspired by Her Diary
Kathleen Tracy

Through actual diary entries you’ll get a glimpse of the life of a young girl during the Civil War: minding daily chores, joining in sewing and quilting circles, and watching friends and neighbors go off to war. Fourteen quilts feature authentic Civil War blocks as well as designs typical of the era.
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Peony Star quilt. See more from
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What draws you to quilts from the Civil War era: the prints, the colors, the history? Tell us in the comments.


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