Posts tagged: "hexagons"

  1. New Hexagon 2 Book Tour – With Katja Marek (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on November 13, 2019

    Are you ready? Have you been chomping at the bit for author Katja Marek’s next quilt-along to begin? If you’re like us here at Stitch This!, the answer is YES! And you’ve come to the right place to get ready for it. While her Quilt-Along begins in January, we’re kicking off Katja’s Instagram Book Tour […]


  2. ⬡⬡⬡ 52 NEW ways to sew a hexagon quilt (+ giveaway!) ⬡⬡⬡

    Posted by on November 11, 2019

    Hooray for MORE hexagons from best-selling author Katja Marek! Katja is back with 52 new ways to play with hexagon shapes in The New Hexagon 2. Using her efficient, accurate methods for English paper piecing (EPP), Katja shares streamlined how-to techniques such as basting with glue and using precut paper templates. Katja’s also expanded the […]


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

    Posted by on October 2, 2019

    Welcome to Wish List Day at Stitch This! We’re SEW excited to introduce you to new Martingale books coming your way in November. Keep track of your favorites by using the “Notify Me” and “Wish List” options at ShopMartingale.com. Browse the latest batch of Martingale books below; then enter to win your favorite book of […]


  4. New quilt-along alert! Make a stunning Millie Stars quilt with Katja Marek ⭐⭐⭐

    Posted by on January 11, 2019

    Nearly 20,000 quilters on Facebook are following Katja Marek’s quilt-alongs based on The New Hexagon and The New Hexagon Perpetual Calendar. Now Katja introduces an all-new quilt-along based on the same book and calendar—and you can sew with traditional English paper-piecing methods OR by machine! The New Hexagon and The New Hexagon Perpetual Calendar We’re […]


  5. A hexie break for the holidays: just add color (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on December 21, 2016

    The craze of coloring books for adults shows no signs of stopping, and we know why. It’s calming, quick, creative, and fun. Not to mention stress-free. Just add color! Example from The New Hexagon Coloring Book Amid all the gift making, cookie baking, tree decorating, snow shoveling, eggnog sipping, and family gathering this time of […]


  6. Wish List Day! Scrappy little quilts, Churn Dash + more (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on November 2, 2016

    Thanks for joining us on Wish List Day—our favorite day of the month! What books are coming your way in December? Sit back and enjoy the inspiration! And remember, you could win your favorite book if you let us know your choice at the end of this post. Subscribe to our blog and you’ll always […]


  7. Quilt patterns using hexagons: 366 all-new possibilities! (+ giveaway)

    Posted by on July 13, 2016

    Get ready for a whopping 366 new twists on the hexagon-quilt craze! Author and quilt-shop owner Katja Marek has wowed thousands of quilters with quilt-alongs based on her #1 best-selling book The New Hexagon. Now Katja is back with a clever perpetual calendar—flip the page to see and stitch a different 6″ hexagon block every […]


  8. New book sneak peek! Bundles, doodles, hexies, more (+ giveaway)

    Posted by on June 8, 2016

    Welcome to Wish List Day: July 2016 edition! Get your monthly sneak peek at new Martingale books making their way to your local shop soon. 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 July 2016 release at […]


  9. Why English paper piecing patterns are so hot (+ sale)

    Posted by on May 2, 2016

    English paper piecing (aka EPP) has been a hot topic for awhile—and it’s showing no signs of stopping. So what’s the secret of EPP’s slow-sewing staying power? Ask any EPP enthusiast and she or he will likely agree on three things: EPP is easy (view this quick tutorial for proof). EPP is fun. (Check out […]


  10. Quilt-book gear for the New Year: fresh fun for 2016 (+ sale)

    Posted by on December 7, 2015

    What’s your quilting resolution for 2016? Maybe it’s learning a new technique—something you’ve never attempted before or have been afraid to attempt, even though you L-O-V-E the quilts you see that use said technique. Maybe it’s tightening up your skills—learning how to cut without a wobble, sewing with an exact ¼" seam allowance, or piecing […]