🎅 Merry making with the Moda All-Stars 🎁 (+ big giveaway!)

Good morning, friends! If you follow Martingale on Instagram or Facebook, you know we’ve been counting down the days to the release of the latest Moda All-Stars book. We’re feeling SEW jolly that the Merry Makers are finally here!

Moda All-Stars: Merry Makers

Get your patchwork presents wrapped and ready with plenty of time to spare—15 famed Moda designers are ready to become your helpful elves. Complete most of these fun projects in a weekend or quicker. No need to fear the Christmas time crunch!

From Moda All-Stars: Merry Makers

Choose from speedy stockings, pincushions, and coasters to make in multiples. Or, pick a patchwork project: lap quilts, table runners, and other deck-the-halls designs abound. Inside the book you’ll also find out which holiday traditions are All-Star favorites. For instance:

What’s Jo Morton’s favorite holiday tradition? Heading to nearby Omaha to enjoy the sights and sounds in the Old Market.

Christmastide Coasters
Mini Broken Dishes and Sawtooth Star blocks will dress up side and coffee tables—we’d use them year-round!

What’s Lisa Bongean’s favorite holiday tradition? Decorating cookies with her grandson.

Wool Snowman Door Hanging
Fusible appliqué makes building this snowman a snap.

What’s Carrie Nelson’s favorite holiday tradition? Christmas music. All. Day. Long. For weeks.

Holiday Pinnies
Carrie shares four holiday-pinnie patterns in the book plus nine smart tips for making them (she knows quite a bit about
pinnie patchwork!).

There’s something in Moda All-Stars: Merry Makers for everyone on your gift list and for every fabric stash: get your precuts, yardage, and scraps ready to start your own merry making! See all the projects from Moda All-Stars: Merry Makers here.

One thing that hasn’t changed between this book and all the other “Moda All-Stars” books is that YOU are still making a difference for good! Together, the designers are donating royalties from the book’s sales to benefit the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. The group’s mission is to collect new, unwrapped toys and distribute them to less fortunate children at Christmas. The gift of a new toy brings the joy of the giving season and sends a message of hope to America’s less fortunate children. Your purchase of Moda All-Stars: Merry Makers will help the foundation do just that.

Now, it wouldn’t be a very merry Moda All-Stars celebration if we didn’t host a special giveaway!

Today you can enter to win a bundle of Janet Clare’s Wintertide fabrics, a bundle of Sweetwater’s Overnight Delivery fabrics—both from Moda, of course!—plus Me and My Sister Designs’ On the Bright Side thread collection from our friends at Aurifil. Moda tossed in two pairs of Woven Pear funky socks too—PLUS each winner will receive a copy of Moda All-Stars: Merry Makers!

To be automatically entered in the giveaway, tell us:

Moda All-Stars: Merry MakersWhat’s your favorite holiday tradition?

Share your answer in the comments! We’ll choose two random winners one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck! And if you’re ready to make merry, you can order Moda All-Stars: Merry Makers at our website and instantly download the eBook for free.

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Thanks to all who entered the drawing. The winners are Sherly and Bonnie.

Sherly says, “My favorite holiday tradition is being around the dinner table after opening gifts and enjoying a lovely meal hearing everyone’s laughter and stories, grandchildren playing or fighting over their toys. Just hanging out and no one is in a hurry.”

Bonnie says, “Every year I make 4 dozen gingerbread cookies for our annual library gift and book sale. The aroma is great and entices me to begin my holiday decorating at home. I also participate in making the handicrafts for the library sale. Our holiday sale provides extra funds for the library to continue its services to our great and supportive community. We use many of your books to create the lovely items we see, quilt and embroider.”

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


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