Whoo-hoo we FLASH SALE days! And you are going to this beauty of an eBook that we have ready for you to steal for just $6.00.
Home Sweet Quilt comes from the incomparable Jill Finley—owner of Jillily Studio, thread designer for Aurifil, inventor of Appli-Glue and Poke-A-Dots (sticky thimbles—love ’em!), and most recently, a new designer for Riley Blake Fabrics.
What an amazing quilty career, right? In Home Sweet Quilt, you’ll see why Jill has been so successful: it’s because her work is uniquely fresh and always from the heart.
Whether you want to make a quick project to brighten a room:
Or whip up a pretty quilt to dress up a table:
Stitch a cozy quilt for the couch:
Or sew a bed-sized quilt for a restful retreat:
You’ll find projects to love from first to last stitch in Home Sweet Quilt. The eBook is packed with perfect excuses to play in your sewing room!
You’ll discover lots of beautiful and easily doable projects just waiting for you to create in Home Sweet Quilt. Jill’s even filmed a special video that shows you exactly how to do her “Appliqué the Jillily Way” technique. Way easy. (Instructions for the technique are in the eBook too.)
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Just listen to what quilters like you are saying about Home Sweet Quilt at Amazon.com:
“Jill’s design sensibilities are just right for today’s quilters. They bundle the traditional together with a freshness that makes the quilts ones that will be embraced by quilters across different generations.”
“Need a gift or something for yourself? The book includes patterns for the whole house, from table runners to dish towels to pillows to quilts of all sizes. They’re all so fresh and pretty!”
Our weekend flash sale on Home Sweet Quilt starts now. But hurry, because it ends soon! This offer expires Monday, August 22, at noon (PST). Don’t miss your chance to own this exceptional collection of patterns from Jill—they’ll turn any humdrum house into a cozy home.
Will your next project be stitched up pronto, or will it require a bit more patchwork planning? Tell us in the comments!