$8 Book Sale: Throwback Thursday

Today we’re spotlighting classic, traditional, and reproduction-style quilt pattern books. Take advantage of our sale prices and stock up on the books listed below—starting at just $8 each! The books are filled with patterns that’ll give you the inspiration and how-to so you can make beautiful use of all the repro fabrics you’ve been collecting!

And remember to check out the Mystery Book Boxes! The Classic and Traditional Mystery Book Box includes 5 books with more than 60 traditional quilt patterns–all for only $25!

From left: "Vintage Treasures" by Pam Buda and "Treasure Hunt" by Linda Collins and Leah Zieber.


From left: "Prairie Patchwork" by Martha Walker and "County Seat Quilts" by Julie Hendricksen and Vickie Gerike.


From left: "Vintage Legacies" by Carol Hopkins and "Quilts of Love and Valor" by Becky A. White.


From left: "Time-Honored Traditions" by Annette Plog and "Tried & True" by Jo Morton.


From left: "Small & Scrappy" by Kathleen Tracy and "Step Back in Time" by Paula Barnes and Mary Ellen Robison of Red Crinoline Quilts.


And don’t forget about our Big Books! "The Big Book of Civil War Quilts" is filled with instructions for 58 history-rich quilt patterns inspired by the 1800s. It’s one of the books in our Big Book series–starting at $12 during our sale this week.

And if you’re a history buff, look at "American Quilt Treasures". It’s a hardcover, coffee-table book that’s a beautifully photographed exploration of 65 historic quilts from the International Quilt Study Center & Museum. (Patterns not included.)


We could keep going, but you should check out the list on-sale books for yourself! There are plenty of terrific traditional quilt pattern books included in our $8 BOOK SALE!


If you’ve scrolled this far and are looking for an update on the "Quilt Recipes" This Way Not That Quilt Along….I encourage you to use this week as a catch-up week! We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled programming next Thursday. I’ll share tips on piecing backing and preparing binding fabrics. ~Lisa

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