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Here is a collection of Quilt Books to add to your Quilting Library. All books are brand new and ready for shipping and you to enjoy! Order today!
Big-Print Patchwork: Quilt Patterns for Large-Scale Prints Paperback – January 8, 2013 by Sandy Turner (Author) $17.99!
Love the fabric but not sure how to use it? Create one-of-a-kind quilts! Acclaimed teacher Sandy Turner shares her secrets for putting novelty, theme, and pictorial prints to use in spectacular fashion. Choose from seven eye-catching projects and browse a gorgeous gallery for additional ideas. Discover what to look for in large-scale prints, how to use color to enhance the theme fabric, and how to combine different pictorial prints. Learn to choose quilt-block patterns--such as Birds in the Air, Around the Twist, and Rail Fence--and create them in a size that spotlights your special fabric.
Casting Shadows: Creating Visual Dimension in Your Quilts Paperback – August 1, 2005 by Colleen Wise (Author) $19.99
Create quilts with 3-D illusions!
Cheerful Quilts Paperback – November 1, 2005 by Christiane Meunier (Author), Shelley Knapp (Author), Mary Russell (Author) $14.99!
Uplift your spirit by creating and decorating your home with beautiful cheerful quilts. Using timeless patterns with today's fabrics, these 9 quilts are sure to delight and inspire quilter's of all skill levels. Each pattern features easy-to-follow directions with full-color diagrams and large beautiful photos of the colorful quilts.
Crazy for Scraps: 19 Favorite Quilts from Sally Schneider Paperback – September 8, 2009 by Sally Schneider (Author) $19.99!
Bursting with beauty, this book is packed with the best designs from three of Sally Schneider's top-selling books--plus two brand-new projects! These inspiring quilts make it easy to see why this teacher and quilt designer is so popular. Offers a vast array of gorgeous projects--19 in all--providing exceptional value. Includes several quilts updated with current fabrics for a whole new look. Allows quilters to learn from a master and indulge their passion for scrap quilts.
Fun with One Block Quilts Paperback – February 1, 2011 by Cheryl Malkowski (Author) $19.99!
Important Note about PRINT ON DEMAND Editions: You are purchasing a print on demand edition of this book. This book is printed individually on uncoated (non-glossy) paper with the best quality printers available. The printing quality of this copy will vary from the original offset printing edition and may look more saturated. The information presented in this version is the same as the latest edition. Any pattern pullouts have been separated and presented as single pages. If the pullout patterns are missing, please contact c&t publishing.
Kisses from your Beloved Perfect Paperback – March 15, 2011 by Jodi Barrows (Author) $19.99!
I hope you enjoy this Civil War love story of Sadie Wilkes and Duvall Woodridge, a young couple caught up in the unrest of the Civil War. The Kisses from Your Beloved program consists of twelve, 10 inch blocks and twelve love letters between our couple. This Kisses From Your Beloved sampler quilt uses two of my fabric collections, Celebrating Abe and The Pony Express. Kits may be ordered from our website, or just give us a call! As they correspond during the years of the war, you will learn about their thoughts and feelings. I hope it expresses the tanglement of the people and the politics of the time. There are so many precursors of what brought us to the Civil War politics, prejudices, business, the growth of a country, women s rights, rebels, and of course slavery just to name a few. I want to present the issues as they saw them and let you come away with your own thoughts and opinions. The reasons for why and what the fighting in the Civil War was for is still a hot topic among historians today.This story is a side bar to my family's story of the Mailly Women. For those of you reading my novels, Sadie is a cousin to Abby and Emma Wilkes. Both of these stories will come to a head at the Battle of Vicksburg during the summer of 1863. My research has been from actual Civil War letters. This is the best way to get the grass roots of how the people of the times felt about the issues. The Pearce Civil War Museum in Corsicana, Texas has a large amount of information and many letters as well. Of course, my family history passed down by the women in our family is my purest form of information as well as inspiration.
Lover's Knot Quilt Paperback – October, 1985 by Eleanor Burns (Author), Patricia Knoechel (Illustrator) $2.99!
To celebrate her 30th anniversary and the marriage of her oldest son, Eleanor perfected the Lovera??s Knot pattern using her signature 2 1/2" strips. Add a touch of romance to any room with this lovely quilt. The elegant pattern uses two strips intertwined to makea knot. The graceful, flow of the quilt is made with two basic, strip pieced blocks. By using color and value in your fabrics, the Lovers Knots stand out to show unity. The blocks are set a point a for a dramatic effect and corners can either be squared or diagonal. Eleanor offers step by step illustrations and instructions to direct the quilter to a successful finish. There are yardage and cutting charts for all 5 quilt sizes and border options for a personalized quilt. Included with the Lovers Knot quilt pattern, Eleanor gives directions for making a matching dust ruffle with tips on measuring and sewing the ruffle. A miniature wallhanging and long and short table runners are bonus projects in the book. They are pieced with narrow 1 1/2" strips for a charming petite finish.
Machine-Stitched Cathedral Windows Paperback – December 6, 1999 by Shelley Swanland (Author) $26.99!
Explore an exciting new approach to Cathedral Windows, using a grid system that makes the design simpler, faster, and more versatile than ever before. Create 12 beautiful Cathedral Windows quilts, using step-by-step instructions, clear illustrations, and full-size templates.
Make Your Bed: Quilted Bed Runners, Pillows, and More to Suit Your Style Paperback – August 9, 2011 by Leslee Evans (Author) $17.99!
Discover nine gorgeous sets of bed runners with coordinating projects such as pillows, shams, and embellished sheets. Specially designed to drape across the foot of the bed, each stunning bed runner offers a quick and beautiful way to decorate. Includes many two-sided designs for added versatility--change the look of a bedroom with the simple flip of a quilt.Offers a variety of sets to suit your mood: sassy, serene, playful, elegant, charming, and more. Inspires quilters to experiment with new ideas and techniques on smaller projects.
Modern Basics II: 14 Easy Patchwork Quilt Patterns Paperback – January 8, 2013 by Amy Ellis (Author) $16.99!
Discover speedy shortcuts and skill-building quilt patterns by Amy Ellis, author of the best-selling Modern Basics. Novice and expert quilters alike will find loads of inspiration in these bright, simple, and fun designs. Select your next quilt from 14 easy projects featuring original quilt-block patterns. Get great quick-piecing ideas and expert instructions on foundation piecing. Find helpful tips that any quilter--especially newer quilters--can appreciate.
Nine by Nine: 9-Patch Quilts, 9 Ways (That Patchwork Place) by Cyndi Hershey (3-Dec-2007) Paperback Paperback – 1600 by Cyndi Hershey (Author) $9.99!
Find 9 exciting ways to feature this easy-to-stitch block in 14 projects.
Patchwork-Play Quilts: Make the Most of Scraps, Spare Parts, and Leftovers Paperback – August 9, 2011 by Lynn Roddy Brown (Author) $16.99!
Wondering what to do with all those extra pieces and odd bits? Here's the answer! Best-selling author Lynn Roddy Brown presents 17 eye-catching, precut-friendly quilts that make brilliant use of scraps and leftover units from previous projects. Organized by the type of unit used--such as half-square triangles, quarter-square triangles, four-patch units, and nine-patch units--this unique collection has something for everyone.
Pattern Play Paperback – February 1, 2011 by Doreen Speckmann (Author) $12.99!
In her Pattern Play, Doreen shares her amusing and adventurous techniques for creating millions of individualized quilt designs by playing with small nuhast developed wember of component parts. She takes you through the steps she herself follows to develop her unique quilt patterns, shows you how to explore painlessly on your own, and shares her secrets of color selection and the piecing tricks that she has developed with her students and in her own quiltmaking.
Peeled-Back Patchwork: Curves Without Piecing Paperback – Illustrated, July 15, 2004 by Annette Ornelas (Author) $14.99!
Dimensional curved piecing is an innovative process that makes it possible for quilters of all skill levels to do straight-line patchwork piecing with curved results. Learn how to add curves to your quilts the easy way by inserting folded pieces between seams, and gently peeling them back to reveal shaped secondary designs. The author has always been fascinated by curved designs, especially when combined with angular quilt blocks. Her diverse quilt patterns are arranged in order of difficulty, so that quilters are gradually introduced to this new technique. You will be intrigued by bed and wall quilts such as Patriotic Stars, Beaded Primrose, and Enchanted Rose Garden. Annette's techniques require no more than accurate cutting, some folding, and sewing 1/4 inch seams, so anyone can achieve attractive flowing design elements. You will appreciate the author's clear instructions, allowing you to make complicated-looking designs with easy methods.
Better Homes and Garden's Quilt-Lovers' Favorites Vol.4 Paperback – Illustrated, 2004 by Better Homes and Gardens (Editor) $19.99!
With Patterns inside back pocket. Timeless Treasures, Row-By-Row Attractions, Basket Beauties, Rotary-Cut Creations, Anytime Applique. Quilter's Schoolhouse, Oriole Circle, Sisters' Starberries, Tiger Lily, Heaven's Stairway and Lots more.
Savvy Sets for Scrappy Blocks Paperback – 2007 by Sally Schneider (Author) $19.99!
Sally's done it again. More scrap quilts, and this time with some of her signature settings. See how to make 16 different pieced sashings. Discover how to make your quilt bigger and better with 4 styles of alternating blocks. Twelve quilts in three sizes-choose your favorite. All the quilts are made with just 6 basic techniques. Strip piecing, Half-square triangles (using a new method), Quarter-square triangles, Folded Corners, Mary's Triangles, Freezer Paper Foundation Piecing. A MUST FOR YOUR QUILT LIBRARY!
Scrap Quilts Fit for a Queen: Or a King, Twin, or Lap Paperback – January 8, 2013 by Sally Schneider (Author) $19.99!
If you've ever had trouble finding a quilt pattern you adore in the size you need, your troubles are over. Quilting expert Sally Schneider presents 10 scrappy quilts, each in multiple sizes--and she does the math! Create dazzling scrappy quilts from lap to king size; cutting charts for different sizes make it easy. Find all the specs at your fingertips--including yardage, cutting, and number of blocks for each size--so you can get right to the sewing. Learn Sally's favorite techniques: strip piecing, half- and quarter-square triangles, folded corners, Magic Triangles, and freezer-paper foundation piecing, plus fabric formulas for making scrap quilts.
Successful Scrap Quilts from Simple Rectangles Paperback – October 9, 2012 by Margaret Rolfe (Author), Judy Turner (Author) $18.99!
Create dazzling scrap quilts with dozens of block designs based on one simple shape--the rectangle. Two stars of the quilting world share their expert tips for turning a so-so scrap quilt into a smashing success. Choose from 15 patterns based on simple one-patch designs--no tricky measurements or stretchy bias edges. Explore three key elements that add up to winning scrap quilts--the value, color, and style of printed fabrics. Learn how to scatter and blend your collection of fabrics for a perfect balance of variation and repetition--not too boring, not too chaotic. Includes 45 of the many different options for designing with rectangles.
The Blue and the Gray: Quilt Patterns using Civil War Fabrics Paperback – April 2, 2013 by Mary Etherington (Author), Connie Tesene (Author) $18.99!
The authors of the best-selling Country Threads Goes to Charm School present a remarkable collection of designs inspired by the Civil War and ideal for reproduction fabrics. Choose from 18 traditional quilt patterns, including wall hangings, table toppers, and two beautiful doll quilts. Make excellent use of scraps, fat quarters, and even fat eighths. Enjoy striking projects with names that conjure images of the era, such as "Gettysburg," "Civil War Journal," and "Troops in Formation".
Tradition with a Twist: Variations on Your Favorite Quilts Paperback – January 1, 1996 by Blanche Young (Author), Dalene Young-Stone (Author) $16.99!
Over 26 projects use rotary cutting and streamlined construction techniques to easily construct magnificent quilts.
Twosey-Foursey Quilts: Great Designs from 2-Inch And 4-Inch Units Paperback – November 1, 2006 by Cathy Wierzbicki (Author) $25.99!
Make gorgeous traditional quilts that are quick to cut and quick to sew--do it the "twosey-foursey" way! This clever technique simplifies the way common patchwork shapes are made. Start with strips to make classic blocks in a whole new way. Twenty projects all begin with 2½" or 4½" fabric strips. With this speedy method, even half-square and quarter-square triangles can be cut from strips. See projects come together easily with the All-in-One Ruler™--or use traditional rotary-cutting tools to make all the quilts in the book.