Posts tagged: "baby quilts"

  1. Sewing baby quilts: so sweet – so speedy! (+ giveaway)


    Posted by on October 21, 2015

    The author of the popular book Cute Quilts for Kids is back with more baby quilts that are oh-sew-sweet—and easier to make than you might think! Focusing on three quick tricks in her latest book Sew Sweet Baby Quilts, Kristin Roylance shows you how to create adorable baby quilts with huggable, tuggable details. You won’t […]


  2. New quilt books: Reproduction fabrics, baby quilts, scraps, more (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on October 8, 2015

    Welcome to Wish List Day! It’s our monthly peek at new Martingale quilt books and more, all on their way to your local shop now! Subscribe to our blog and you’ll always get a first look at new books, special sales, freebies, tutorials, and much more. Enter to win your favorite October book at the […]


  3. Deliver a warm welcome: easy baby quilt patterns (+ flash sale!)

    Posted by on October 2, 2015

    You set out to stitch a one-of-a-kind quilt for a brand-new baby. You keep putting it off. Other projects come up. You know you’ll get it done eventually. When you’re finally finished, the baby replies, “Hey thanks, this is cute, but I really don’t think it will look good in the dorm.” Has this ever […]


  4. A simple baby-quilt pattern—free!

    Posted by on February 11, 2015

    Let’s face it, every quilter needs a baby-quilt pattern at some point, right? Whether for your own child or grandchild, a charity program, or a guild project, you’re going to make a baby quilt and chances are, you want it to be quick and easy. And what makes a quick and easy pattern even better? […]


  5. Quick quilts, famed designers, low price, ship free (+ giveaway)

    Posted by on January 27, 2015

    Introducing…three new titles in our popular “Make It Martingale” series! What can you always count on in our “Make It Martingale” books? Quick quilt patterns—enjoy favorites from some of our best-selling books Popular designers—like Kim Diehl, Vicki Bellino, Country Threads, and Amy Smart, to name a few A great price—all 18 books in the series […]


  6. So you think you can stash?: novelty prints

    Posted by on September 4, 2014

    Today we’re starting a new series at Stitch This! If you’ve got a stash of a particular style of fabric that keeps growing instead of shrinking, this series is for you! We’ll focus on one style of fabric in each “So You Think You Can Stash?” post, and offer ideas for how to cut it, […]


  7. Welcome, baby! Weekend quilts, heirloom quilts

    Posted by on September 1, 2014

    Do you know someone who’ll celebrate a birthday this month? I do. In fact, I’ll be celebrating my birthday, and so will two of my grandchildren, a sister-in-law, a cousin, and several friends. I used to think I was unique because I didn’t know many people who were born in September. Now I’ve learned that […]


  8. Super-cute baby quilts, 3 easy ways (+ fabric giveaway!)

    Posted by on August 14, 2014

    Need an easy baby-quilt pattern to sew in time for the shower—even if it’s less than a week away? Or do you want to pamper a new baby with a beautiful quilt that can be cherished and kept for years to come? No need to choose one or the other—you can do both with the […]


  9. Handprint quilts + more ways to delight kids (sale!)

    Posted by on April 28, 2014

    Ask a group of quilters how they started quilting and one of the answers you’ll invariably hear is that they had a child (or a grandchild, niece/nephew, or friend’s child) on the way and felt the need to make something handmade with which to wrap them in love. One of the things we quilters love […]


  10. Baby animal quilts on parade (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on April 15, 2014

    Twice a year, I have the privilege of attending International Quilt Market. It’s part of my job and there’s a lot of work involved, but it’s fun work that results in a satisfying exhaustion. We’re there to showcase our books and authors, meet our customers, and see what’s new in design trends, fabrics, and notions. […]