Posts tagged: "appliqué"

  1. 🍁 Everyone, everyone, all for fall! 🍁 Autumn’s warmth and whimsy ahead (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on September 5, 2018

    Welcome the autumn season with warm-and-woolly wonders from the best-selling author of A Change of Seasons! In All for Fall (don’t you just love that title?), Bonnie Sullivan shares classic patchwork projects in harvest hues, including lap quilts, pillows, and runners. But that’s not all! She’ll also inspire you to delight in playful nods to […]


  2. 🎶 Sleigh bells ring . . . are you quilting? 🎶 (winter sampler + giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 29, 2018

    Welcome back to Christmas Is Coming Week at Stitch This! Today we’ve got a special treat for you: a holiday quilt from Jan Patek. You’ll love celebrating the season with her sampler quilt, chock-full of winter’s charms! ⛄ 🦌 🎄 ❄ We’re thrilled to have beloved quilt designer Jan Patek as a member of the […]


  3. How to whip stitch wool applique with Maggie Bonanomi

    Posted by on August 13, 2018

    If you haven’t tried wool appliqué, you’re in for a treat. Wool is tactile, cozy, dimensional, easy to sew, it doesn’t fray, and it’s deeply rooted in the history of textiles. It’s fuzzy-wuzzy fun! But exactly how do you sew with wool? While there are a bunch of ways to work with wool, if you […]


  4. Stitching a simple life: Q & A with Maggie Bonanomi (+ special giveaway!)

    Posted by on May 23, 2018

    Welcome to the warm, woolly world of Maggie Bonanomi, where whimsical wonders await! Come on in, take a seat, and enjoy some slow stitching with this celebrated maker—she’ll lead you on a creative journey inspired by a simpler time. In Maggie’s world, hand-drawn patterns and hand-dyed wool combine with artful motifs and casual stitches. The […]


  5. Wondering about wool? 2 wool-applique tutorials to inspire your stitching

    Posted by on May 7, 2018

    Wool is all the rage in sewing circles, but if you’re new to working with wool you might have some questions: how to find it, how to felt it, and how to sew with it. We’ve got the answers to all of your fuzzy-wuzzy wool questions today! Debbie Busby’s book Sew Many Notions is all […]


  6. Sew sweet! Small wool projects for sewing on the go (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on March 30, 2018

    Introducing perfectly portable projects for sewing on the go, new from an author we all know and love—the Teacher’s Pet, Kathy Brown! Kathy’s fun projects in Lunch-Hour Wool Minis are so small, so sweet—and so simple to complete. About all that’s needed is a needle, thread, wool, and a little lunch-hour time to make 14 […]


  7. Hand-appliqued houses with Yoko Saito (video) 📹

    Posted by on March 23, 2018

    We’re pleased to bring you Yoko Saito books in English, published by Stitch Publications and distributed by Martingale. And today we’ve got a new video of Ms. Saito in action, sharing a technique from her book Houses, Houses, Houses!—because house quilts are hot! This celebrated Japanese quilter is known for her exquisite appliqué, and in […]


  8. Elegant vine appliqué: Yoko Saito’s (astonishing!) technique + video

    Posted by on February 19, 2018

    We are honored to be able to bring you Yoko Saito books in English, published by Stitch Publications and distributed by Martingale. Today, you’ll see why we feel that way! Ms. Saito is a celebrated Japanese quilter, and we were thrilled at the chance to meet her in person at Quilt Market in October. It’s […]


  9. Summon spring with scenes from A Cottage Garden (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on February 14, 2018

    Happy Valentine’s Day! Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to introduce you to the new book by designer Kathy Cardiff. Why? Because it’s going to be love at first sight! When this avid gardener and seasoned designer combines her passions, magic sprouts. Using wool as her medium and flowers as her muse, Kathy brings her […]


  10. Learn how now: blanket stitch for appliqué with Debbie Busby

    Posted by on January 26, 2018

    If there’s one embroidery stitch that everyone who sews should know, we just might pick the blanket stitch as the big winner. It’s an easy way to conceal raw edges of appliqué pieces, it’s quick to learn, and it’s super cute too! See what we mean? Sew Many Notions author Debbie Busby has traveled across […]