Simple Whatnots IIRegular price $28.99
Time-Honored TraditionsRegular price $26.99
If you love the look of 19th Century reproduction quilts, you'll love learning the secrets for creating your own scrappy reproductions. The author will teach you how to make scrappy reproductions that look just like the antique quilts that inspired them. Detailed photograph and facts about fabric are included, plus tips and tricks for making your quilts sparkle. There are 13 featured quilts. Author: Annette Plog; Martingale; 80 pages; softcover.
Red and Green QuiltsRegular price $28.99
This book pairs classic red and green quilt making with modern day techniques. There are 14 timeless quilts from top designers, all in a red and green colorway. Authors: Various; Martingale; 112 pages; softcover.
Prairie PatchworkRegular price $26.99
Follow the story of Carrie and her family as they travel from western Virginia to Kansas in 1871 to start a new life. Author Martha Walker weaves snippets of both fact and fiction into Carrie's story, imagining what the young girl thought as she moved to her new home. There are 10 quilt projects ranging in size from a table runner and wall hangings to throws and bed-sized quilts. Author: Martha Walker; Martingale; 80 pages plus pull-out patterns; softcover.
Vintage TreasuresRegular price $26.99
Legends and LegaciesRegular price $25.99
Hearth and HomeRegular price $27.99
Tom and Becky’s Sampler QuiltRegular price $24.95
The sweet and simple projects in this book are dedicated to the beloved characters of Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher and their budding romance in the Mark Twain books. The centerpiece of the collection is the sampler quilt, in which each block represents Tom, Becky, or the people and adventures in their lives. There are 11 unique blocks that combine to make a beautiful sampler quilt. Author: Christina McCourt; Kansas City Star; 80 pages; softcover.
Quilts of the Golden WestRegular price $29.95
Explore the rich history of the rush for wealth--gold, silver and copper in the West during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Cindy Brick profiles nine brave and daring heroines of the era--Bella Starr, Molly Brown, Baby Doe Tabor, and more. Several quilts are designed in their honor, plus authentic Gold Rush era quilt patterns are included so you can recreate your own period piece. You’ll also find extensive quilting instructions, with tips of everything from washing (or not washing) fabric to the importance of ironing. Author: Cindy Brick; Kansas City Star; 128 pages; softcover.
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