Log Cabin Quilt in a DayRegular price $26.95
First published in 1978, Eleanor Burns’ Log Cabin book is now in its 6th edition. There are new photographs and updated sewing techniques. Full color instructions for Log Cabin quilts of sizes from wall quilt to King size, including layouts for 30 different types of log cabins. This is a timeless classic. Author: Eleanor Burns; Quilt in a Day; 128 pages; softcover.
Sunbonnet Sue in RedworkRegular price $9.99
Sunbonnet Sue Visits Quilt in a DayRegular price $12.99
Sunbonnet Sue and Overall Bill are featured in this super-easy method of making Sue & Sam blocks. Using reproduction fabrics, you can make this delightful quilt for someone special. Author: Eleanor Burns; Quilt in a Day; 48 pages; softcover.
Overall Boys BookRegular price $19.95
RevivalRegular price $27.95
The Colonial Revival era of the 1920s and 30s linked quiltmakers’ busy hands with a longing for the past, especially for Colonial times. Members of the American Quilt Study Group accepted the challenge to study quilts of this era by making reproductions of those Colonial Revival quilts from the early 20th century. Included in the book are 28 study quilts, with patterns for 10. Fifteen of the 28 quilts are traveling across the country in a special exhibit. Author: American Quilt Study Group; Kansas City Star; 96 pages; softcover.
Sunbonnet SueRegular price $19.95
Follow Sunbonnet Sue as she goes about her chores in this creative interpretation of a quilt lover’s classic. Originally designed by Pat Smith as a Block of the Month program for Grandma’s Attic, all 12 blocks are included in one convenient package. Easy-to-follow instructions for both traditional and fusible web applique methods are included. Author: Pat Smith; Patti-Ann Publications; softcover.
Grandpa’s Farm BookRegular price $29.95
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