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  • Anniversary Sampler Quilts

    Celebrate any important event in life, from an anniversary or a birthday to a retirement or a memorial, with these 40 beautiful blocks and 7 customizable settings.

    Created to commemorate the author’s 40th anniversary of falling in love with her husband (and making her first quilt for him!), you can read the story behind each block, then make it personal by stitching in your own memories and using blank blocks for personal dedications. Piece and appliqué the stunning sampler quilt, or pick and choose your blocks and setting to suit your own needs and taste.

    • Many blocks for lots of options – stitch the sampler or make a quilt with repeated or selected blocks
    • Easy-to-follow instructions from an experienced quilter, writer and teacher
    • Adjust the blocks and settings to make your quilt unique

  • 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.

  • Cozy Wool Applique

    Celebrate the seasons with this sweet collection of folk-inspired projects using wool appliqué and embroidery.

    Featuring Elizabeth’s signature sheep and floral motifs, these 11 small, charming projects made with easy fusible appliqué will appeal to quilters, needlework enthusiasts, craft sewists, and more! Relax as you hand stitch these folksy, portable pillows and table runners with needle and thread. The mix of wool and cotton is fun to stitch, display, and gift.

    • Bring the seasons indoors with darling pillows and table runners
    • Discover the joys of hand stitching and working with wool
    • Add a special touch to your appliqué with embroidery details

  • Easy Quilts from Precut Fabrics

    Create delightfully scrappy quilts featuring classic quilt blocks – and get to the finish line fast using time-saving precut fabrics. No need for stockpiles of scraps; precut bundles include small cuts of many different fabrics, so getting a scrappy look is a snap. Simply pick your favourite precut!

    • Layer Cakes: Tasty 10" squares made for slicing up quickly
    • Jelly Rolls: scrumptious 2½" x 44" strips to cut and sew
    • Fat quarters: yummy 18" x 22" chunks of fabric fun – a quiltmaking favourite

      Just one or two precut bundles plus a background fabric are all you need to make these beauties. And you know if it's from Sue, it's economical too! She'll help you make the most of any precut bundle you buy.

  • Everything's Blooming

    Popular quilt artist Erica Kaprow presents her whimsical designs in brilliant jewel colours that pop dramatically on a rich black background, with added embroidery embellishment using simple stitches. Plus, wool appliqué is easy to do and incredibly portable, perfect for on-the-go projects.

    Includes a 12-page instruction booklet and full-size patterns for 30 blocks and borders, printed on individual sheets.

    • Beautiful, simple to construct, and spectacular-looking quilt inspired by abundant flower gardens
    • For wool lovers, colour lovers and all flower lovers!
    • Perfect for a block-of-the-month club, wool appliqué class or a personal challenge

  • Fashion Embroidery

    This practical step-by-step guide to haute-couture embroidery covers everything from machine and hand stitching, to tambour beading, goldwork and monogramming.

    Whether you are interested in adding monogrammed initials to your favourite bathrobe, stitching a flower on your favourite jacket, adding sparkling beads to a new dress or creating a goldwork embellishment, Fashion Embroidery teaches you how to add a unique touch to your clothes. With hand-drawn designs, catwalk photographs and step-by-step guides, this book is perfect for beginners looking to personalise their own clothes, as well as more experienced embroiderers who want to apply new techniques to different fabrics.

    • An inspirational overview of the fashion industry with examples of embroideries and embellishments by a variety of couturiers
    • Demonstrates the basics of three main techniques – goldwork, tambour beading and embroidery stitches including silk shading, satin and stem stitch
    • Explains the basics of materials; how to pick the right fabric, what tools to use, where to source materials, what types of wire or beads to use and terminology
    • Perfect for fashion students, textile artists and those who want a more unique look to their clothes

  • 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 Designs for Allover Patterns

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

    This spiral-bound book is full of designs – just designs – and will lay 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 over 75 continuous-line designs from your favourite designers to get you stitching.

    • Perfect for domestic and long-arm machines
    • Full-page spreads with innovative continuous-line designs
    • Lays flat for easy reference while quilting

  • 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

  • Jo's Little Favorites III

    Jo Morton returns with her third book in the Jo's Little Favorites series! Enjoy 16 more exquisite little quilts previously available only to her devoted club members – until now.

    For the first time, Jo invites quilters into her charming 1920s-era bungalow to share how she displays quilts in her own home. Get oodles of ideas for showcasing small quilts, along with Jo's favourite techniques for making them. You'll be inspired to start right away with Jo's wise approach: if you want to make them all, make them small!

  • Joyful Daily Stitching, Seam by Seam

    Choose from over 500 crazy-quilt seam treatments, each with a detailed photo and guide for the basic stitches included. Learn 61 basic embroidery stitches, including silk ribbon and beaded stitches, through step-by-step photos, plus get crazy-quilt block piecing instructions and helpful information on tools and supplies. Then put it all together in a gorgeous, intricate sampler.

    • This book will inspire you to stitch daily
    • Create a beautiful sampler, with a different treatment for each individual seam
    • Intricate and creative embroidery, silk ribbon and beaded stitches

  • Lunch-Hour Wool Minis

    So small, so sweet, so simple to complete! About all that's needed is a needle, thread, wool and a little lunch-hour time to make 14 cute and creative projects.

    Seasonal and everyday designs include framed art, a pincushion and fun pieces to stitch and attach to ordinary items to make them extraordinary. Even beginners can easily appliqué these charming decor pieces – and complete each in a few lunch hours or less!

  • Modern Plus Sign Quilts

    Add to your quilting repertoire with the universally popular plus sign!

    These 16 bold, graphic designs range from modern to traditional, with something for every skill level and style. Detailed instructions and illustrations walk confident beginners and intermediate quilters through traditional piecing, paper piecing, and fusible machine appliqué to create baby quilts, throw quilts, bed quilts and more. Use your favourite types of fabric – solids, prints, precuts or scraps – to make the projects your own.

  • 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

  • More Free-Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3

    No fancy machine needed, no PhD in quilting required – start free-motion quilting right now! Lori Kennedy is back with 60+ fun motifs and tons of tips, tricks and techniques that can turn you into a top-notch machine quilter.

    • Follow Lori's setup plan for stress-free stitching; then learn about doodling, troubleshooting and mastering the perfect stitch
    • Put your pedal to the metal! Lori's seasonal and holiday motifs, backgrounds and fills, and "just for fun" designs will infuse your quilts with personality
    • Find advice for many machine-quilting challenges, including a section on how to quilt extra-special quilts – Lori's got loads of ideas to help you succeed!