Harvest the Savings: 30% Off Select Fall-Theme Books

Autumn is upon us, and our Fall Flash Sale ends on Saturday, October 16! Scroll down to see a handful books that are harvest-worthy, then visit our sale page and save 30% on a baker’s dozen of fall-theme pattern books.

Friday’s Featured Books:

^^Looking for some flexibility in your fall decor? Check out the Autumn Abundance Bedroom Set from "Simple Harvest" by Kim Diehl. The bed runner can do double duty as a door display! You’ll also get instructions for a trio of pillows and a curtain topper. In addition to the 19 spectacular projects, you’ll be delighted with Kim’s recipes and signature decorating tips.

^^Give your needles and threads a cozy home far away from the disarray of tangles and knots in the Autumn Sheaf Needle Keeper from "Stitches from the Harvest" by Kathy Schmitz. The 15 sweet and sentimental hand-embroidery projects highlight the warm colors and welcoming textures of autumn.

^^Try a new-to-you, layered-patchwork technique in designs from "Kansas Troubles Quilters Cozy Quilts and Comforts" by Lynne Hagmeier. The book includes 20 projects (traditional and layered patchwork) for less than $20–that’s less than a dollar per pattern! The Mending Fences wall hanging is a Jelly Roll- and fat eighth-friendly quilt, and the delightfully easy table runner is a perfect way to use up your Charm Squares.

^^Celebrate fall for all its lovely reasons with the Life is Good pillow from "Pure & Simple" by Maggie Bonanomi. Warm up any nook or cranny when you stitch the 17 primitive projects inspired by the seasons.

^^Soothe your soul with a host of handwork projects, including the Ball Jar Wall Hanging from "The Best of Buttermilk Basin" by Stacy West. The 17 projects include wool appliqué, embroidery, and quilting techniques that transform wool, cotton, and thread into a bevy of seasonal decor.

Be sure to go the FLASH sale page to see all of the books included in our 30% sale. Happy stitching (and saving)!

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