Posts tagged: "new releases"

  1. New quilt books! Machine quilting, Double Stitch, more (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on September 1, 2015

    Welcome to Wish List Day! Today you’ll get a sneak peek at new books from Martingale, all on their way to your local shops this month. Click on a cover below; then use the “Wish List” and “Notify Me” tools at ShopMartingale.com to keep track of your favorites. Subscribe to our blog for info on […]


  2. Let’s pretend! Role-playing toys to sew for kids (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 25, 2015

    “Let me try!” It’s an often-heard phrase from the mouths of curious kids. Whether you’re at work or at play, if you’re doing something, they want to do it too! Now you can use your sewing skills to let the little girls and boys in your life “try” on for size what grown-ups do. The […]


  3. Inspired by antique quilts? How to re-stitch the past (+ fabric giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 20, 2015

    If you’re inspired by antique quilts, you’ll find an instant connection with author Julie Hendricksen. As the owner of J. J. Stitches Quilt Shop in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Julie’s been collecting antique quilts for more than 30 years. Her favorite period? The late nineteenth century. (Raise your hand if you concur!) Old and new: “Petite […]


  4. 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, […]


  5. Go team quilts! Winning projects for sports fans (+ fabric giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 11, 2015

    Huddle up—it’s time to cuddle up! From Team Spirit Score big points with the sports fans in your life—create quilts that celebrate the games and pastimes they love! In the new book Team Spirit, you can spotlight team and individual sports in big blocks that are specially designed for novelty prints. Take a look at […]


  6. How to make a scrap quilt: 77 funtastic ways (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 6, 2015

    Got scraps? Drowning in scraps? Something’s taken over your sewing space…and it’s scraps? Do you sometimes, guiltily, think about tossing those scraps? W-w-wait—don’t do it! You’re just waiting for the right inspiration to use those scraps, right? You need scrap-quilt patterns that’ll motivate you to sort, play, and stitch until your scraps are actually gone […]


  7. What’s new? Lots! New quilt books coming soon (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 4, 2015

    Welcome to Wish List Day! Take a peek at new books coming from Martingale—all headed to your local quilt shop right now. Usually we’d tell you to add a book to your wish list, but guess what? No need to wish: all of August’s books are available now! Enter to win your favorite at the […]


  8. Happy New Year! “TPP” 2016 calendar arrives (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on July 28, 2015

    Quilters, take note! Our all-new That Patchwork Place Quilt Calendar 2016 is hot off the press—and it’s the perfect partner for a year of quilting fun! For 14 years this beloved calendar has graced the kitchens, offices, and sewing rooms of quilters around the world. And this year’s calendar is the best yet, featuring your […]


  9. Stitches to savor year-round: Sue Spargo calendar is here (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on July 23, 2015

    Sneak peeking. Appetite whetting. Anticipation building! We’ve been talking up our first collaboration with fiber artist Sue Spargo since Spring Quilt Market. Now the time to celebrate is finally here! Martingale is delighted to bring you an all-new calendar in an all-new, at-a-glance format: the Stitches to Savor: 2016 Wall-Art Calendar of Designs by Sue […]


  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 […]