Fabric collectors: welcome to Edyta Sitar’s scrappy world (+ fabric giveaway!)

The next highly anticipated book from famed designer Edyta Sitar is here . . . and it’s a scrap-lover’s fantasy!

Patches of Scraps

Packed with breathtaking scrap quilts both old and new, Patches of Scraps gives you two inspiring ways to enjoy them. First, there are the awe-inspiring antiques:

Barn Raising Log Cabin quilt
Barn Raising Log Cabin, 64″ × 78″, Sitar Family collection, antique

Enjoy page after page of gorgeous scrap quilts from yesteryear—most shared from Edyta’s private collection.

From Patches of Scraps
A peek at more antique quilts from the book

Second comes the patterns: re-create 17 of Edyta’s scrap-packed masterpieces with your own mix of scraps! Photos for the book were taken at the Issaquah Depot in Issaquah, Washington. The 1888 Depot building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The caboose below was built in 1942 as No. 1206 for the Southern Pacific Railroad. We think the setting is perfect for Edyta’s quilts!

From Patches of Scraps

See all the quilts from Patches of Scraps >>>

Like the quilts you’re seeing so far from Patches of Scraps? Then we think you’re going to LOVE the beautiful matching note cards!

Patches of Scraps Note Cards
Patches of Scraps Note Cards

Perfect for thank-you notes, thinking-of-you notes, gift enclosures, teacher notes—or simply to say “Hello!”—this set of a dozen 5″ x 6¾" cards (two each of six designs) comes with envelopes and each card is blank inside, offering plenty of space to share your sentiments. Cards feature Edyta’s favorite vintage and modern-day quilts from the book. They’ll inspire you to send a sweet message to everyone you know. (They make a great gift for fellow quilters too—and Christmas is calling!)

Flower Box quilt
Flower Box, featured in
Patches of Scraps Note Cards

Our friends at Andover Fabrics sent along a stunning bundle of Edyta’s latest fabric line, called Something Blue, so we could give it away ALONG WITH a copy of Patches of Scraps AND a box of Patches of Scraps Note Cards to one lucky winner!

Patches of ScrapsTo throw your hat in the ring for a chance to win, tell us:

What size scrap is just big enough for you to save? (A 2″ square? A 5″ square? A 2″x4″ rectangle?) How small does a fabric scrap need to be before you toss it out?

Share your answer in the comments to be automatically entered into the drawing. We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck! And if you can’t wait to sit down with Edyta’s new book, you can order Patches of Scraps right now at our website, ShopMartingale.com.

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Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Amy, who says:

“My rule for my smallest scraps is 2 inch square or wonky pieces, and 1-inch string or strip.  Anything else goes in a dog-bed bag. Thank you for the chance.”

We’ll email you about your prize, Amy—congratulations!


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