Sneak Peek of One NEW August Release: "Embroidered Quilts & Keepsakes"

Make every day extraordinary with 12 projects from "Embroidered Quilts & Keepsakes" by Kori Turner-Goodhart! Combine hand embroidery, simple patchwork, and hand appliqué to make each and every day a little happier. Kori provides ideas for personalizing the designs and shares examples of how to use the projects in your home and on the go.


Let the simple joys of hand appliqué and embroidery turn your ordinary moments into adventures! In "Embroidered Quilts & Keepsakes," Kori Turner-Goodhart presents a dozen pretty and practical projects. Designs include small pouches, roomy bags, wall hangings, ID tags, a travel pillowcase, and an apron. Kori, author of the popular "Stitched from the Heart" (see cover, below), shares her stitch-and-flip technique for impeccable appliqué, plus full-size patterns to make stitching easy and fun from start to finish. Brimming with nature-inspired stitcheries and sweet sayings, these projects invite you to collect memories from your everyday outings and celebrate them with one-of-a-kind designs.


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From the back cover of Kori’s first book, "Stitched from the Heart": Turn pretty embroidery, simple patchwork, and sweet applique details into extraordinary gifts that will inspire smiles! From throws and wall quilts to a quick pincushion and mug rug, these projects are sure to create long-lasting memories.

Patterns for a hand-lettered alphabet in two sizes make it easy to embroider heartfelt phrases or to personalize projects with names, dates, sayings, and more. Whether you want to celebrate, inspire, empower, or comfort, these charming gifts will come from the heart.



Visit or your local quilt shop to get your copy of Kori’s newest book, "Embroidered Quilts & Keepsakes," and be sure to add her first book, "Stitched from the Heart," to your cart today! Happy stitching!

1 Comment (leave a comment)

  • Interesting stitch and flip for the modern hand appliqué and embroidery projects.

    —carol thomas on July 30, 2021

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