Happy Earth Day! Half off eBooks + ePatterns for a buck each

Reduce, reuse, recycle. Choose local. Go digital. It’s what Earth Day is all about! But when you go digital today at ShopMartingale.com you’ll save BIG:

Earth Day sale! Half off eBooks, 1.00 ePatterns

That’s right: save 50% on 300+ eBooks and get all of our ePatterns (over 450 of them!) for just a buck apiece! Simply choose, download, and commence creating, all in a matter of minutes.

This offer doesn’t last long, so take advantage of these savings now and stitch a salute to Mother Earth! Follow the links below to start shopping.


TRENDING EBOOKS FOR QUILTERS

Take 5 Fat Quarters Slash Your Stash Sew the Perfect Gift Make Your Bed
Strip-Smart Quilts Modern Basics Pennies from Heaven Word Play Quilts

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EBOOKS FOR KNITTERS AND CROCHETERS

Knitting Pleats Knitting Circles around Mittens and More Saturday Style Get Hooked on Tunisian Crochet
Successful Lace Knitting Amigurumi Two! Bathtime Buddies Crochet Baby Style

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BEST-SELLING EBOOKS

Schnibbles Times Two Happy Endings Simple Graces Simple Seasons
Quilting with Fat Quarters Country Comforts Sew One and You're Done Skinny Quilts and Table Runners II

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BEST-SELLING EPATTERNS: ONLY $1.00 EACH!

Mocha Stars quiltChain Link quiltThree of Hearts quiltDripping Diamonds quilt
Griddle Cakes quiltDinner Party Grocery BagNickel Bricks quiltBali Sea Star quilt

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How do you celebrate Earth Day in your day-to-day life—recycle, ride your bike, carpool . . . make scrap quilts? Tell us in the comments!

Sale ends Monday, April 24 (PT).

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7 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I will be making charity quilts from my scraps for our local group called, Comfort Covers. We donate these quilts to local hospitals and nursing homes. It’s a great way to recycle scraps into covers for those who need and appreciate them.

    —Marge on April 21, 2017
  • We recycle everything from glass and plastic to electronics, including fabric scraps. If they are too small for my personal use, scraps go into a program at school where students can make collages. Some are taken to the prison which has a great quilting class for inmates to make and donate quilts to the needy.

    —Linda Towers on April 21, 2017
  • I donate fabric and batting scraps that are too small to use to a charity that sells them to a recycler. It uses the cash received to support community programs. Scraps big enough to use (2″ sq. minimum) go into charity quilts distributed through my Guild.

    Other than that, we recycle everything from glass, plastic and paper to tree trimmings, weeds and dead bushes. We’re not yet into composting.

    —Sandy May on April 21, 2017
  • Divide and propagate host as in my shade garden! It’s so satisfying.

    —Delinda Lea on April 22, 2017
  • Usar el coche lo imprescindible, encender la luz lo menos posible y descorrer las cortinas para ver con la luz del día, utilizar bombillas de bajo consumo….. Eso todos los días. ¡Feliz día de la Tierra! ¡Feliz Patchwork!

    Translation: Use the car only as an essential, turn on the light as little as possible and pull out the curtains to see in daylight, use energy-saving light bulbs … .. That every day. Happy Earth Day! Happy Patchwork!

    —Margarita on April 22, 2017
  • I would love to have a copy of your new quilt book The Splendid sampler!

    Marlene Wittmann on April 22, 2017
  • I recycle as much as possible. I try to use up my scrap fabric in my quilts.

    —Linda Klungle on April 25, 2017

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