New Martingale quilt books (pssst, Moda’s row-by-row book is here!)

What makes a perfect present for a fabric lover? Hot-off-the-press inspiration—in the form of new quilt-book releases from Martingale! Check out our all-new batch of inspiring books below. In the U.S., order by December 15 to guarantee that Santa gets it there by Christmas.

KnittingA special note for knitters: we have a new knitting book coming on December 8 that you (and the little ones you love) won’t want to miss. Scroll down to see!


Moda All-Stars All In a RowModa All-Stars All in a Row
24 Row-by-Row Quilt Designs

Available-now

A whopping 24 popular Moda fabric designers wait all in a row, ready to inspire you! Each designed a row in her signature style: mix and match your favorites for one-of-a-kind row quilts every time. From whimsical bunnies and birds to classic baskets and stars—plus rows to celebrate every season—plus nine blender rows to finish quilts with flair—the creative combinations are unlimited. Make rows as singles, add rows for bigger quilts, or round up your sewing friends for a fun Row Robin. (Moda will be hosting a quilt-along for the book too—join all 24 designers in January for the fun!)
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Jump-start your creativity with a gorgeous gallery of photos and ideas.

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The same row quilt shown in two different color schemes.
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Announcing the all-star lineup! Sandy Klop • Sandy Gervais • Pat Sloan • Karla Eisenach • Anne Sutton • Barbara Groves • Mary Jacobson • Edyta Sitar • Carrie Nelson • Lynne Hagmeier • Lisa Bongean • Laurie Simpson • Corey Yoder • Janet Clare • Brenda Riddle • Kathy Schmitz • Kate Spain • Jen Kingwell • Camille Roskelley • Betsy Chutchian • Barbara Brackman • Alma Allen • Kaari Meng • Joanna Figueroa • Lissa Alexander
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No-Kid-HungryAll royalties will be donated to No Kid Hungry, a charitable organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger.

See your favorite designer’s row 🎁


Primitive StylePrimitive Style
Folk-Art Quilts and Other Finery
Jenifer Gaston

Available-now

Easy, casual, full of character and charm: that’s primitive style. Sprinkle your spaces with these heartwarming, wooly accents that invite rest and relaxation. As you create primitive pouches, runners, quilts, and more, you’ll discover how to dye, texturize, patch, and otherwise “rough up” your projects to achieve an authentic folk-art look. Jenifer’s tips are easy, flexible, and fun! What a wonderful way to capture your personality in your stitches—not perfect, just perfectly you.
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Primitive-Quilts-and-Projects-magazineStyle look familiar? If you love Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine you’ll adore Primitive Style. Author Jenifer Gaston is the co-owner of the magazine with her two sisters!

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Windy City BagsWindy City Bags
12 Handbags and Totes Sewn with Structure and Style
Sara Lawson

Available-now

It’s Big-City Bags author Sara Lawson’s favorite phrase: “One can never have too many bags!” And why limit yourself when you can make your own designer bags for a fraction of the cost of department-store bags? Sara’s back with Windy City Bags, and she’s ready to show you how to sew all-new arm candy. From sweet little swinging numbers to sophisticated shoulder bags, a roomy duffel, and even a backpack, you’ll get to choose the fabric, choose the style, and choose those little details that will inspire passersby to do a double take and ask, “Where’d you get that great bag?”

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Sara-SaysBONUS: Look for “Sara says” boxes throughout the book for her favorite tips on personalizing your projects.

12 projects—tons of techniques—high-style fashion and fun 🎁


Sweet PicklesSweet Pickles
27 Adorable Knits for Babies and Toddlers
Anna Enge and Heidi Grønvold

Available December 8

Turn sticks and string into sweet memories! From the popular Norway knitwear designers known as Pickles comes an enchanting collection of knits for babies and childrentheir first book translated into English. Signature color choices make for modern-day knits that are simultaneously trendsetting and timeless, while no-fuss knits require only a minimal amount of finishing. Rest assured you’ll be able to complete these darling knitted confections long before little ones outgrow them!
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From-Sweet-PicklesBONUS: precious photos of babies and kids trying out their neat new knits are guaranteed to provide you with endless smiles!

35+ jumpsuits, sweaters, pants, hats, and more—see them all 🎁


Which book is calling your creative name right now? Tell us in the comments and you could win your favorite! We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win.

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

“The Row Quilts book from Moda looks like one I would enjoy!”

Lisa Marie, we’ll email you about your prize. Congratulations!


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