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  • 180 More Doodle Quilting Designs

    Here are 180 more doodle designs at your fingertips!

    You'll learn to free-motion quilt in three easy steps: trace a doodle, draw a doodle freehand and then quilt a doodle with ease! Tracing and drawing help your eyes, hands, and muscles learn a motif. Practice makes progress. All three parts work together to create these delightful doodles in thread!

    Design sets for blocks, borders and corners include lines, waves, squiggles, loops, curves, pebbles, swirls, curls, feathers, flowers and more, plus an introductory section sets you up for success. There's never been a better time to discover this fun way to machine quilt.

  • 365 Quilting Designs Perpetual Calendar

    A compilation of 365 free-motion designs from best-selling author Leah Day, this sturdy, spiral-bound calendar is built to last, for years of enjoyment and inspiration. From blocks to sashing to borders, you’ll find hundreds of filler designs perfect for all of the different areas of your quilt. Trace the design to practice, or visit to find video tutorials for each of the designs. Challenge yourself to memorize – not mark – each new design!

    • A new free-motion quilting design for every day of the year!
    • Break out of your stippling rut – high-quality photos of each meticulously stitched design
    • Treasury of ideas and inspiration you’ll return to year after year

  • Art of Mixing Textiles in Quilts

    Have a ball blending cottons with rich wools, lustrous silks and textural home decor fabrics for quilts that beg to be touched. Mix unconventional textiles together like a pro with the best advice for cutting, sewing and pressing fabrics with texture and sheen. Dimensional and exciting, mixed-fabric quilts are ripe for using up scraps and expanding your horizons!

    • Mix eclectic fabric types – cottons, wools, silks and home decor – for quilts that wow
    • Discover how to best cut, press and piece any fabric, regardless of fibre content
    • Quilt 14 pieced and appliquéd pillows, quilts and small projects with adventurous fabric pairings

  • Child's Play Quilts

    Improve your quilt designs by learning how to organise fabric by size and colour, while making adorably sophisticated quilts (both pieced and appliquéd) for babies and children.

    Each of the 20 bright, happy quilts is shown in warm and cool colourways to spark the imagination and use up your stash. Stacey Day's friendly voice and great advice make it easy to choose beautiful palettes and add design flair, while also guiding you through the best methods for organising fabrics by colour and size, from tiny scraps to bulky yardage.

  • Easy Precision Piecing

    Say goodbye to your seam ripper, backwards blocks and mismatched seams with Easy Precision Piecing – the pathway to flawless patchwork.

    This comprehensive system starts with picking the right tools and prepping your fabric for the best results. Learn to get organized so you can easily set aside projects without losing your place. Practice your cutting, sewing, and pressing with foolproof Quilt Block Builder blueprints, then use your newfound skills to make 6 stunning quilt projects.

    • Discover an exciting new method to correctly cut and sew blocks for impeccable patchwork
    • Use the best tools to prep and press fabric for seams that always match up and stay flat
    • Get precision results when piecing and quilting, for quiltmakers of all styles and skill levels

  • Fat-Quarter Favorites

    Find charming projects in this all-new collection of fat-quarter-friendly designs.

    Take those fun little chunks of fabric in fantastic new directions, trying fresh spins on classic quilt blocks, such as Jacob's Ladder, Churn Dash and Pinwheel. Or, take a page from nature's design book and turn fat quarters into fabric flower gardens or sparkling stars!

    Dive into a variety of fun techniques, including traditional piecing and fusible appliqué. With today's popular designers leading the way, it's easier than ever to have fun with fat quarters!

  • Floral Motifs to Embroider

    Visit an exquisite embroidered garden in this awe-inspiring volume from Japanese master embroidery artist Reiko Mori. In seven chapters, she shares an abundance of motifs inspired by flowers, from delicate sprigs and bouquets to climbing vines and perching birds. Blossoms as showy as roses and as modest as dandelions become masterpieces under her hand.

    Themes within each chapter showcase each embroidered bloom. Delicate bridal accessories, precious teapots and teacups, a ballet slipper and an astonishing floral alphabet are just a few of the elements embellished with elaborate floral embroidery. A guide to embroidery-floss colours, essential notions and tools, basic techniques and a how-to library of embroidery stitches will help aspiring embroidery artists find success.

  • Free Motion Designs for Borders, Setting Triangles & Cornerstone

    Want inspiration for your free-motion quilting? Now you have the perfect tool!

    This spiral-bound book is full of designs – just designs – all will lie flat on your work surface or your quilt to keep your hands on the quilt and that needle moving! This visual guide is filled with more than 125 continuous-line designs for your borders, setting triangles, and cornerstones – all from your favourite designers – to get you stitching.

  • Free-Motion Framework

    Using wholecloth quilts, Jen Eskridge provides 10 elaborate linear quilting designs as a framework for building free-motion quilting designs. Eight process chapters detail everything from planning and designing to marking and materials, making this the perfect book for anyone hoping to improve their machine-quilting skills – no matter their skill level! Plus, a huge gallery of 40 quilts from 17 contributing quilters, with each linear design interpreted 4 ways, provides oodles of inspiration.

    • Easy-to-follow techniques and stunning projects build your free-motion quilting skills and your confidence
    • Each design includes a handy Quilting Goals Worksheet to guide you from goal-setting to marking elaborate designs to quilting
    • Make the designs your own! Includes tips for resizing designs and applying them to traditional quilt blocks

  • French Farmhouse

    Blend the beauty of antique quilts with the simplicity of primitive stitchery and what do you get? The French-farmhouse look! Designer Marie-Claude Picon from the south of France shares how you can combine prints, colours and textures to capture an old-fashioned, comfy quality in your quilts, too.

    Ten projects range from classic Nine Patch and medallion designs to quilts featuring tiny houses and stunning stars. As you sew along, you'll learn how to get that perfectly aged feel with simple patchwork, fusible appliqué with cotton and wool and easy embroidery. Gorgeous display ideas will inspire you to add a little French flair to your home.

  • Japanese Knitting

    A whole new world of fashionable Tokyo-style designs opens to experienced needle crafters in Japanese Knitting: Patterns for Sweaters, Scarves and More.

    The author's minimalist aesthetic and textural elements make her knitwear styles polished and flattering, whether worn layered or as stand-alone pieces. Experienced knitters and crocheters can create a diverse collection of effortless-looking items including:

    • A Nordic-style sweater
    • A classic raglan cardigan
    • A diagonally striped tunic
    • A "sleeve" scarf
    • And much more

    Your wardrobe will benefit from the chic and comfortable touch of michiyo's designs.

  • Joy of Jelly Rolls

    This redesigned collection of three of Carolyn Forster's bestselling books Twenty to Make: Jelly Roll Scraps, Sew Jelly Roll Quilts & Gifts and Little Quilts & Gifts from Jelly Roll Scraps is ideal for any quilter wanting to bust their Jelly Roll stash.

    There are 24 stunning quilts in a variety of sizes and styles, made using different techniques and quilting patterns. Choose from simple 'brick wall' and 'log cabin' designs, or create patchworks from diamonds, hexagons, tumblers and squares. There is a mix of hand and machine quilting, and full instructions are given for backing, binding and finishing your quilts. The gifts section contains 44 items. Choose from cheery home items such as coasters, bags, pillows and toys, or select decorative items such as bunting, a wreath or some scented hanging birds.

    All the techniques needed are clearly explained step-by-step, and all the required templates are given at the back of the book.

    Look inside the book.

  • Just Stitch

    Stitch 12 exquisite embroidery projects with original fauna and flora designs in a variety of threads and colours to create a 3D effect.

    The book is filled with novel concepts in mixed-media embroidery and offers many interpretations and techniques, with striking examples of textured finishes. Lavishly illustrated with beautiful, commissioned photographs, it offers 12 colour themes to help embroiderers understand and play colour, along with inspiring projects to encourage them to produce their own creative work. Also included are an extensive stitch glossary and templates for the designs.

    Previously published as Embroidered Flora & Fauna.

  • Making Happy Quilts

    Belgian-born Mieke Duyck is definitely a quilter of her time! Mieke draws inspiration from her origins to drive her joy-filled imagination.

    Making Happy Quilts, Miekes's first book, is a charming and refreshing collection of her latest original quilts with 18 projects, both small and large.

    From Quiltmania with text in both English and French.

  • Modern Scot Patchwork

    Learn to make modern, graphic quilts based on the woven patterns of traditional tartans of Scotland!

    Though the interweaving of tartan colours can be complex, the author has simplified the instructions for easy piecing. Simply cut strips, make strip sets and subcut sections to make pieces that you can sew together to create rows. With a range of project types for each tartan, from runners and throws to bed-size quilts, there’s something for every quilter.

    Includes patterns for clans Elliot, Maxwell, Maitland, Barclay, Hannay, Macrae of Conchra and Fraser, and an original design, Amador, to honour the area where the author lives.

    • Large-scale patterns, based on authentic tartans, offer new, fresh designs for modern quilts
    • Learn to choose and merge fabrics to mimic the woven pattern of tartans
    • Complex piecing made easy – beginners and experts alike are sure to find a pattern to delight them

  • Monograms & Words in Ribbon Embroidery

    Welcome to the wonderful world of stitched calligraphy.

    Each letter is beautifully reproduced in watercolour, with clear instructions for transferring the designs on to fabric. The step-by-step demonstrations show you the basic techniques, accompanied by easy-to-follow diagrams and close-up photography of the embroideries.

    The book is highly versatile and can be used with many languages so there is no limit to the letters, words and projects that can be made. There are numerous gorgeous designs, including embroidered cards, plaques, boxes, journals, baby clothes and more, giving you a limitless scope for personalizing special gifts for babies, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and more. Packed with useful tips and ideas, this is book is the perfect companion for ribbon embroiderers of all abilities.

    Previously published as Embroidered Alphabets.

  • New Ladies Art Company Quick & Easy Block Tool

    Now in an easy-to-use reference guide size, this updated block tool includes 110 authentic blocks from America's first mail-order pattern company, the Ladies' Art Company.

    Each block has instructions for 5 sizes, design details, construction diagrams, inspiration blocks and even a project! The projects will be a breeze with helpful design hints specific to each block, including pairing them with plain alternate blocks, creating secondary patterns and using precuts.

    Make the blocks your own with line drawings ready to fill in with your own colours, plus values-only blocks to spur your creativity, then fly through construction with easy rotary-cutting charts, yardage requirements, diagonal measurements and more.