Posts tagged: "appliqué"

  1. Efficient quilt techniques for remaking antiques (+ sale)

    Posted by on April 11, 2016

    Authentic antique quilts inspire us—and they inspire many of our authors too! With help from our authors, you can remake vintage quilts into your own heirlooms. Simply follow the streamlined techniques of the popular authors we’re highlighting this week. Their eBooks are 40% off through Sunday, April 17. Take a look at the gorgeous quilts […]


  2. 🌺 Flower quilt-block patterns – no green thumb needed (+ sale)

    Posted by on March 14, 2016

    Spring arrives on March 20—can we get a hooray? There’s no better time to create flower-filled quilts for decorating the inside of your home than while Mother Nature decorates the outside. The only question is: what’s your favorite flower of the fabric variety? Choose from the sale books below and start “sewing” the seeds of […]


  3. 🐦 A sew-in-an-afternoon project for lovebirds 🐤

    Posted by on February 5, 2016

    Valentine’s Day is coming up fast (didn’t we just count down to the New Year yesterday?)! If your plan was to sew up something special but you think you’ve run out of time, I have good news. There really is still time to stitch up something cute for that special someone. This Lovebirds quilt from […]


  4. Increase your appliqué aptitude: 4 fun ways (+ sale!)

    Posted by on January 18, 2016

    Do you tend to shy away from appliqué even when you spot a pattern you adore? Appliqué can be a little intimidating, especially if you’re new to the technique or unsure how to get great results. But have no fear! Today we have four fantastic eBooks on sale that show you how to appliqué by […]


  5. Quilt-book gear for the New Year: fresh fun for 2016 (+ sale)

    Posted by on December 7, 2015

    What’s your quilting resolution for 2016? Maybe it’s learning a new technique—something you’ve never attempted before or have been afraid to attempt, even though you L-O-V-E the quilts you see that use said technique. Maybe it’s tightening up your skills—learning how to cut without a wobble, sewing with an exact ¼" seam allowance, or piecing […]


  6. Blog hop! Sew-sweet bird quilts from Erin Cox (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on September 17, 2015

    Welcome to our stop on the Sweet Tweets blog tour. If this is your first time visiting Stitch This!, welcome! A few weeks ago, Marti—Martingale’s mascot—sang the praises of the new book by popular quilt designer Erin Cox called Sweet Tweets. Since then, several fine birds in our office have been tweeting about their first […]


  7. Sew an endless summer: applique flower designs (+ sale!)

    Posted by on August 31, 2015

    
Projects from Another Season of Beautiful Blooms You can see the signs: big sunflower heads drooping under the weight of their seeds, the angle of the sun changing ever so slightly, bees rushing to finish their work before all the blossoms are gone. It’s the end of the summer, when the last of the warm-weather […]


  8. Bird quilts fly with free-motion appliqué (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 18, 2015

    < Have you met the little birdy who’s ever-perched on our logo? Her name is Marti. She’s a creative, confident little bird. We love her spirit and her spunk. (It’s all in how she carries her tail). Usually, Marti doesn’t say much. But today, she’s singing the praises of her new favorite book. She’s chirping, […]


  9. Sew with Pat Sloan: new QAL is underway!

    Posted by on July 30, 2015

    Yoo-hoo! Guess who’s got some big news? Who’s hiding behind that lovely “Farmer’s Market” quilt? Why, it’s bestselling author Pat Sloan—and she’s inviting YOU to join her for some summer quilting fun! Ready to make this “Farmer’s Market” quilt and make some new online quilting friends in the process? Pat makes it easy to join […]


  10. Punch up that project with easy, creative appliqué (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on July 21, 2015

    Raise your hand if you’ve finished a project, stood back to admire it, and realized that it turned out…okay. Not extraordinary, but ordinary. Not unusual, just the usual. Not impressive—more like hum-drum. Probably not your intention, right? Sigh. It’s happened to just about everyone who’s experimented with needle and thread. But what if there was […]