Posts tagged: "small quilts"

  1. Want bump-free quilt blocks? Try Jo Morton’s clippy trick (video)

    Posted by on July 15, 2016

    Little quilts are so appealing because they’re fun to make and easy to finish. That’s precisely the reason Jo Morton, author of the super-popular book Jo’s Little Favorites, loves designing on a smaller scale. Being the quilt genius that she is, Jo’s come up with a wealth of tips and techniques for successfully piecing diminutive […]


  2. 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 […]


  3. Start-to-finish in a snap: sewing small quilting projects (+ sale!)

    Posted by on April 18, 2016

    What’s a quilter to do when he or she is running low on sewing time? Whip up a small quilt, of course! Whether you need to make a quick gift or a want a speedy way to update your home decor, small quilting projects pack a big punch. In addition to being time-friendly, small quilting […]


  4. Civil War fabric fanatics, meet your kindred spirit (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on April 13, 2016

    Madder reds, poison greens, cheddars, shirtings . . . if you’re like best-selling author Carol Hopkins, you can’t bear to toss a single scrap of that Civil War reproduction fabric you love. And now you can pat yourself on the back for saving them. Why? Because they’re perfect for the jaw-dropping quilts from Civil War […]


  5. Free patchwork quilt pattern – love, Kim Brackett 😘

    Posted by on February 26, 2016

    We ❤ freebie Fridays and we hope you do too—because we have a fun and free patchwork quilt pattern waiting for you! Tiny Table Topper by Kim Brackett Bestselling author Kim Brackett’s Tiny Table Topper is small, scrappy, and sweet as can be—and it’s strip pieced too! Kim says: Sign in or register at our […]


  6. Jo Morton’s display tips for small quilts (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on January 13, 2016

    The year: 1985. An iconic year for quilting. Why? It was the year quilt designer Jo Morton discovered her true love: she stitched her first quilt that was made to look antique, entirely on purpose. Quilts from Jo’s Little Favorites Since then, Jo has become a star of the quilting world—fabric designer, teacher, author, lecturer, […]


  7. Wish List Day! New quilt books: strips, snow, and Jo (+ giveaway)

    Posted by on January 6, 2016

    Welcome to Wish List Day! It’s our monthly peek at new quilt books from Martingale, on their way to your local shop. New inspiration for the New Year begins . . . now! Enter to win your favorite January book at the bottom of this post. Subscribe to our blog and you’ll always get a […]


  8. Fast quilts to make your New Year fun (+ sale!)

    Posted by on December 14, 2015

    ’Tis the season for racing through Christmas-gift sewing, but 2016 will be here before we know it! Take a breather from the holiday hubbub to gather ideas for fun and quick quilting projects to kick off your New Year. Whether you’re looking for something new and challenging or something speedy and easy to finish, the […]


  9. Flash sale! 11 precut patterns for joyful giving all year long

    Posted by on December 4, 2015

    Christmas. Birthday. Housewarming. Wedding. Hellos. Goodbyes. And just because. There are so many opportunities to make a quilt! Wish you had time to make a quilt for every occasion, celebration, and situation? With a stash of patterns that are fast and fun—and a little bit flirty!—on hand, that wish can easily come true. This weekend […]


  10. Satisfy your itch to stitch with small quilting projects (+ sale)

    Posted by on October 5, 2015

    Are you between projects and can’t decide what to start on next? Want to whip up a quilt, but feeling short on time? Why not make a small quilt? Small quilts can be remarkably quick to stitch—just cut, piece, quilt, and you’re finished before you know it. They’re also a satisfying way to try your […]