No more cutting all those sharp-angled triangles
that get eaten in your machine's throat plate. The
smart way of piecing the traditional Kaleidoscope
block uses a revolutionary template developed by
author Sharon Sebrow. Whether have the same
results an experienced quilter will enjoy when
making a projects with clear instructions for both
right and left hand template use. The book uses a
number of layouts to demonstrate the versatility
of this handy method: side by side, on point,
developed a unique template to encourage
developed a unique template to encourage
beginning quilting students to tackle this
challenging block. An award-winning quilter, she
continues to teach and inspire students of all
ages and skill levels from her home in Teaneck,
New Jersey.
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Eleanor Burns has applied her
amazing Quilt in a Day® methods
to simplify the challenging
Kaleidoscope quilt! Eleanor's
book leads you step-by-step
through selecting your fabric,
cutting and sewing triangles, and
finishing your quilt. Find out how
the Kaleidoscope's intricate
designs can be created by your
placement of lights, mediums, and
darks.

gift. For gifts of love and friendship, there are
timeless quilted projects that will bring joy to your
heart as you create them to commemorate a
special occasion or to give as a token of your love
and affection. For the young and young at heart,
express your love by giving a one-of-a-kind
keepsake. Whether it’s for a baby’s birth, a child
in need of a room update, or a teen venturing off
to college -- each project will show just how much
you care. From quick-as-a-wink pincushions and
lapel pins to small folk art wall hangings and
unique stuffable stocking pillows, there’s list.
All quilters know one thing for sure: a fabric stash is a
living thing. It grows imperceptibly at first, but soon
takes over your sewing room, and, if you’re not careful,
your life. Joan Ford is a quilt designer who recognized a
need to clear the clutter among her fellow quilters and
Enter ScrapTherapy, Ford’s feel-good method for
organizing the mounds of fabric — from yards and fat
quarters to skinny scraps — and turning them into quilts
and a wide array of accessories. In this innovative book,
Ford offers step-by-step instructions for cutting a fabric
stash down to size — quite literally — and provides 20
original patterns for quilts, pillows, table runners, and
more. Innovative quilt designer Joan Ford cleverly
founded the ScrapTherapy program in 2006 as a way
to help quilters get organized and cope with the clutter
of fabric collected over the years. Ford travels around
the country lecturing and teaching quilt classes and
cutting workshops. Visit her website at www.scrap-
therapy.com.
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What are they thinking?! The first professional
quilters were men, participants in every aspect
involving the production of textiles. Once
quilting became a 19th century hobby and
artistic pursuit, women became the
predominant enthusiasts. Now there is a
steadily growing collection of male quilt artists.
What are they thinking? What are they
creating? Is it different from what women
quilters do? This is the only book addressing
not just this corner of quilt history, but also the
design sense of 30 men quilters via 10
exclusive patterns or processes for quilts
ranging from traditional to contemporary.
Interviews conducted by author and lecturer
Joe Cunningham (famous for his musical quilt
show, 'Joe the Quilter') are accompanied by
more than 100 photos, including full or detail
views of two or three quilts typical of each
man's work. To date the only easily accessible
records of men's quilts and quilting in the
modern era have been exhibit catalogs and
magazine articles. Men and the Art of
Quiltmaking will enlighten you and spark your
creativity.
A workbook that offers quilters
the organization they crave and
the ability to personalize it in their
own unique style. Features
include: • Quilt Reference Cards
with color and fabric information,
quilting basics, assembling and
finishing, block gallery with
options, hand and hand piecing
tips, and more • Quick Reference
Charts • Poly-vinyl Pouches  •
Tabbed Dividers• Graph Paper
(1/4" and 1/8") for designings •
Quilt Notes • Convenient Size•
Three-ring Binder with ALL pages
and cards 3-hole punched

Fill your home with the spirit of Christmas!
One of Quilt in a Day's most beautiful
books, Christmas Quilts and Crafts
contains instructions for over 30 easy to
make projects. Materials and techniques
are clearly explained. Refer to Christmas
Quilts and Crafts year after year for
holiday decorating and gifts from the
heart.
Books
Fabric Collections
Take a trip on the Underground
Railroad!  Learn how fifteen quilt
blocks may have played a significant
role in communication between the
slaves and how it helped them on
their way to freedom.

Patterns included: Underground
Railroad, Monkey Wrench, Wagon
Wheel, Carpenter's Wheel, Bear's
Paw, Basket, Crossroads, Log Cabin,
Shoo-Fly, Bow Tie, Flying Geese,
Birds in the Air, Drunkard's Path, Sail
Boat, North Star.
Batting
Notions
Books
Wide Backings
Patterns
Quilting Rulers
Yarn
Notions Page 2
Notions Page 3
Music
Kitchen
Girly-Girl
Farm
Garden
Quilting
Purr-Fection
Free Pattern
Stonehenge White
Christmas Silver
Stonehenge White
Christmas Gold
Stonehenge Pink  
Ribbon
Stonehenge Oh
Canada
Christmas_1
Christmas_3
Christmas_4
Christmas  2
Giftware
- Made in Creemore
Stonehenge
Team Spirit
Stonehenge Starlight
Celebration
Stonehenge
Aphrodite
Simple
Pleasures
Fleece
Stonehenge
Woodland
Children
Flannelette
Solids
Flannelette
P
rints
Flannelette
Friendship      
Tea
Stonehenge_Starry_Night_Cranberry
Stonehenge
Starry Night Blue
Peacock
Paradise II
Red, Black
& White
Abigail
Mikado
Out of This
World
Passport
Pin Money
Civil War Era
Top Seller!  A must have
resource for every quilter.
This collection features 501
quilting motifs from more than 26
years of Quiltmaker Magazine.  

Handy indexes cross-reference
each motif by size and style.
Flowers, feathers, vines and
leaves, seasonal and holiday,  
children and teens, geometric
designs and more.

Get clear guidlines for selecting
and transferring motifs.
A must have book for your quilting
library.

This book takes twisters up a notch
with new techniques and patterns that
put both twister tools together in more
ways.

authentic Civil War Designs
18 Pattern sets, featuring quilt motif designs for blocks,
borders and setting triangles.  Quilt using a long-arm A
handy pull-out instruction booklet inside.
Lavender Market
Need a quick gift?  Kitchen Stitches has several to make in an afternoon.
Attending a baby shower?  Perfect little gifts for the little ones or Mom-to-Be.
Like making the tops but hate the quilting?  Quilt It As You Go breaks it into easy steps.