Posts tagged: "books on sale"

  1. Paper-piecing palooza! Pictorial blocks, precise results (+ sale)

    Posted by on June 27, 2016

    Most of the quilters I know fall into two categories when it comes to paper-foundation piecing. They either love it or they don’t. And if they don’t love paper piecing, they’re convinced they never will. Personally, I’ll paper piece whenever it’s going to give me the results I’m looking for. The great thing about foundation […]


  2. Stack-and-whack patterns on “deck” – 4 ways (+ sale)

    Posted by on June 20, 2016

    Who doesn’t love stack-and-whack-style quilts? Time flies by as you follow the steps: Stack your fabrics. Rotary cut your fabrics, stack by stack. Shuffle the order of the cut fabrics. Sew back together for unexpected surprises! Karla Alexander has built a beautiful quilting career on her unique stack-and-whack approach—you know her method as Stack the […]


  3. This summer = your best bed quilt (+ sale!)

    Posted by on June 13, 2016

    The idea of making a quilt big enough for a bed can be a little daunting. What’s the best way to approach such a sizable project? Break it up into bite-size bits! Working block by block on a large quilt allows you to see progress quickly and prevents the process from becoming overwhelming. Challenge yourself […]


  4. 3 colors to inspire your summer sewing (+ half-off sale!)

    Posted by on June 6, 2016

    Just in time for sunset walks on the beach, late nights by the lake, and cozy evenings by an outdoor fire—a sale on a perennial favorite book that celebrates the unofficial colors of summer: red, white, and blue! From summer picnics to star gazing, the quilts in Red, White, and Sometimes Blue are the perfect […]


  5. Why you need neutral quilts in your life (+ sale!)

    Posted by on May 30, 2016

    Bold. Beautiful. Breathtaking. Neutral? You may not know it now, but by the time you finish reading this blog post we’ll bet you’ll agree: you need neutral quilts in your life! Why? Let us tell you all the reasons. 1. Neutral quilts fit into any decor (traditional, modern, country, you name it). 2. Neutral quilts […]


  6. 🏆 And the best way to applique designs of all kinds goes to… (+ sale!)

    Posted by on May 23, 2016

    Do you suffer from appliphobia? Don’t let a fear of appliqué designs stop you from making the quilts you love. There are lots of ways to appliqué, and we know there’s a perfect method for you! Today we’re bestowing a few appliqué awards on eBooks that will help you learn, master, and most importantly, enjoy […]


  7. Serve up pretty patchwork at the kitchen table (+ sale!)

    Posted by on May 16, 2016

    Table runners remind us of Hershey’s Kisses, Milk Duds, Junior Mints, and Skittles . . . Each piece is its own tiny treasure. And try as you might, you can’t stop at one! Fluttering By from Table Toppers The seasons and reasons may change, but there’s always a place to show off a little quilt […]


  8. Baby quilts for summer arrivals (+ sale!)

    Posted by on May 9, 2016

    Babies! Oh, how we love them. Those chubby cheeks, their itty-bitty toes, and that special baby smell are just the best thing ever. I sure wish my kids were as ready to have kids as I am to be an Oma. I will just have to be patient for a few more years. In the […]


  9. Why English paper piecing patterns are so hot 🔥 (+ sale)

    Posted by on May 2, 2016

    English paper piecing (aka EPP) has been a hot topic for awhile—and it’s showing no signs of stopping. So what’s the secret of EPP’s slow-sewing staying power? Ask any EPP enthusiast and she or he will likely agree on three things: EPP is easy (view this quick tutorial for proof). EPP is fun. (Check out […]


  10. How to deal with that crazy mixed-up quilt stash (+ sale)

    Posted by on April 25, 2016

    I recently became an empty nester. (Yay! Or sniff!) Which means that my quilt stash, after years of living in my dining room (and other hiding places—shh!), is finally getting a room of its own. Touching every piece of fabric I own has been enlightening, to say the least. Why did I save this? Why […]