Semiannual warehouse sale: spotlight on reproduction quilts (did you miss these $6 books?)

Reproduction-fabric fans, don’t miss this chance to steal a deal on the inspiring books below—just $6 each!—filled with patterns that’ll give you the inspiration and the how-to you need to make beautiful use of all the repros you’ve been collecting!

Remembering the PastRemembering the Past
Enjoy new and antique
versions of stunning quilts
19th Century Patchwork Divas' Treasury of Quilts
19th-Century Patchwork Divas’
Treasury of Quilts
From quilters who love antique
quilts as much as you do!

Petite Stars quilt
Petite Stars from
Remembering the Past

Civil War Legacies II
Civil War Legacies II
Smaller quilts ideal for
your reproduction scraps
.Preserving History
Preserving History

History-rich quilts spanning
the late 1800s through the 1930s

Lizzie's Tents quilt
Lizzie’s Tents from
Civil War Legacies II

Candy Store and More
Candy Store and More
Inspired by antique patterns
discovered in old newspapers
Vintage Vibe
Vintage Vibe

A little bit vintage, a little bit modern

Scrap Jars quilt
Scrap Jars from
Vintage Vibe

Visit this link to see all 95+ books
in our semiannual warehouse sale—
ONLY $6 EACH through Monday, September 24!

While you’re shopping, remember to pick yourself up a beautiful coffee-table book too—four are on sale for $18.00 each (that’s 48% off or more!) through September 24!

American Quilt Treasures Minick and Simpson Blue & White
A Common Thread Stitches to Savor

Have you shopped our warehouse sale yet? Tell us which books you chose in the comments!

2 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I just lost a number of quilting books in a flood, so need some replacements I haven’t done a full inventory yet. Unfortunately there are other items I need more but one I would replace is my American Quilt Treasures.

    —Elizajane on September 19, 2018
  • Olá, quanto é o custo (com frete) para S. Paulo, Brasil?

    Hello, Eva, here is a link to a page about our shipping policies:

    Thanks for your question! –Jenny

    —Eva Kampi on September 21, 2018

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