Stock up and save on quilt books with timeless patterns! Don’t miss out on $9 books (and $13 Big Books)!

It’s fun to hop on the latest trends, but when you’re investing your time and heart in making a quilt, you want to love it forever (or at least a good, long while)! Good news, classic quilts are as on-trend today as they were 100 years ago and will be 100 years from now. Ideas and inspiration can be found in Martingale books! Spend some time browsing through 99+ books on sale NOW to find the right patterns for you.

^^From left: Kaleidoscope (a layered patchwork quilt) by Lynne Hagmeier from "Kansas Troubles Quilters Cozy Quilts and Comforts – Easy to Stitch, Easy to Love" and Minuet by Linda Collins from "Treasure Hunt – 13 Quilts Inspired by Antique Finds" (co-authored by Leah Zieber).


^^From left: Sunflower Fields by Martha Walker from "Prairie Patchwork – Treasured Quilts and Tales of Time" and Wish upon a Star by Marie-Claude Picon from "The Big Book of Star-Studded Quilts – 44 Sparkling Designs" ($13 for 44 patterns!!).


^^From left: Daughters of the Regiment by Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene of Country Threads from "A Country’s Call – Civil War Quilts and Stories of Unsung Heroes" and Lizzie by Vickie Gerike from "County Seat Quilts – 12 Classic Patterns with Looks that Last" (co-authored by Julie Hendricksen of J.J. Stitches).

They’re going, going, gone at the end of today at this special price. So, don’t wait! It will be FALL before we offer another sale this big. So think BIG!

The SPRING 2022 Warehouse Sale ENDS TODAY, 3/23/22 at 10 p.m. Central. Take advantage of FREE shipping when you spend $60 or more (US only). Click here to shop all the books featured in this sale!

2 Comments (leave a comment)

  • On page 6 of Quilt Club book by Barnes and Robison suggests going to website and printing a worksheet. I can’t find it! Could someone please tell me where I can find it? Love the book and am anxious to organize a project in my quilt guild. Thank you in advance for your help

    —Deb Magerkurth on March 25, 2022
  • I love Tea Time. That would be the first I would make. I love my first cup of the day.

    —Rhonda on May 23, 2022

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