NEW! Civil War, fat quarters, hexagons, houses, and feed-sack fabrics (+ giveaway!)

A Country's Call Fresh Fat-Quarter Quilts The New Hexagon 2 Yoko Saito's I Love Houses Feed Sacks

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A Country's CallA Country’s Call
Civil War Quilts and Stories of Unsung Heroines
Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene of Country Threads

Reach back in time and visit 14 heroines of the Civil War with the treasured design team of Country Threads. Then, create an array of beautiful quilts inspired by the stories of these courageous women. From a simple string quilt to spectacular scrap quilts bursting with hundreds of fabrics, each project captures the look of antique quilts from the era. Authentic photos and true accounts of Civil War history will draw in quilters and Civil War buffs alike.

From A Country's Call

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Fresh Fat-Quarter QuiltsFresh Fat-Quarter Quilts
12 Projects for Your Favorite Fabrics
Andy Knowlton

How many fat quarters does it take to make a quilt: 6, 8, 10, 12, 14? The choice is yours! America’s favorite fabric cut gets a fun makeover in a dozen all-new patterns from popular blogger Andy Knowlton. Stars, pinwheels, arrows, and Churn Dashes are just a few of the classic motifs that get Andy’s fresh fat-quarter treatment. Easy-to-sew quilts will inspire quilters to break into those bundles, unfold their singles, or even cut yardage into 18″ x 22″ chunks of fabric to re-create her cheerful designs.

From Fresh Fat-Quarter Quilts

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The New Hexagon 2The New Hexagon 2
52 More Blocks to English Paper Piece
Katja Marek

Hexagons are as hot as ever—that’s why best-selling author Katja Marek is back with 52 new ways to play with the hexie shape! Using her efficient, accurate methods for English paper piecing, Katja shares streamlined how-to techniques such as basting with glue and using precut paper templates.

Katja’s also expanded the possibilities by including a variety of block sizes. Fourteen blocks measure 12″ finished and 38 blocks measure 6″ finished, resulting in loads of design options. Five pretty projects will help you show off the blocks you create. Bonus: Quilters can look forward to a fun new online quilt-along based on the book in January 2020.

From The New Hexagon 2

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Yoko Saito's I Love HousesYoko Saito’s I Love Houses
Yoko Saito
First English translation!

Japanese master quilter Yoko Saito returns with an all-new collection of house projects to build and enjoy! Twenty bags, totes, purses, pouches, wall quilts, and more celebrate two sides of Ms. Saito’s work—her traditional patchwork roots and her fanciful appliqué creations.

Create a city skyline, construct a tiny town, stitch and frame single dwellings, or appliqué a giant mushroom house owned by two little ladybugs—so many fresh ideas to savor. Inspired by her travels throughout Europe and the Scandinavian countries, Yoko Saito clearly feels right at home with houses—they reflect the warmth of the world around us.

From Yoko Saito's I Love Houses

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Feed SacksFeed Sacks
The Colorful History of a Frugal Fabric
Linzee Kull McCray

Feed sacks are the perfect example of a utilitarian product turned into something beautiful. Author Linzee Kull McCray explores the history of the humble feed sack, from plain cotton sacks to exuberantly patterned and colorful bags that were repurposed into frocks, aprons, and quilts by thrifty housewives in the first half of the twentieth century. Extensive imagery and at-scale reproductions of these fabrics create an inspiring sourcebook of pattern and color—and offer a welcome visit to the days of yesteryear. Patterns not included.

From Feed Sacks

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Which new book would make your November extra nice? Tell us in the comments and you could win it when it’s released! We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win.

By the way . . . October’s new releases
are available TODAY!

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