This value-packed book features inspiring quilts in a wide array of colors and popular styles from popular designers including Country Threads, Kathleen Tracy, Kim Diehl, Little Quilts, Lori Smith, and Mary Hickey. Create doll quilts, wall quilts, table runners, candle mats, lap quilts and more all using convenient precuts and fat quarters or fabrics pulled from your stash. The book includes a great “Feedsack Flags” quilt from Little Quilts designer Alice Berg! 287 page book with 101 creative ways to have fun!
International Sunbonnet Sue by Debra Kimball, MD. The book has 48 countries represented. The book will be discounted 10% for International Sunbonnet Sue BOM members.
At Little Quilts we love Sunbonnet Sue so we want you to see our quilt made from 25 of the 45 patterns available. Make a quilt with all of them, the countries of your heritage, or countries you have visited.
The Best Of Baltimore Beauties Part II by Elly Sienkiewicz. This book has many Baltimore Album patterns and works well with the book Baltimore Beauties and Beyond. The book is now out of print, but we do have a limited supply.
Baltimore Beauties and Beyond Volume One by Elly Sienkiewicz. This book has many appliqué patterns of Baltimore Album quilts and instructions from the beginner to the advanced.
The book is out of print and we have a limited
Feedsack fabrics are the cotton fabrics that were produced to hold flour, sugar, and other grains while transporting them around the country. With the invention of the sewing machine these sacks became the packaging of choice rather than wooden or tin boxes. These sacks were a bonus that came with buying essentials for the home or farm. They were something soft and pretty in times of hardship and rationing in the early 1900's. They were then used to make clothing and quilts.
The fabrics were often brightly colored with florals, dots, nursery rhymes, children's prints as well as advertising logos and stamps. To learn more about feedsacks we recommend: “Feed Sacks – Beautiful Quilts from Humble Beginnings” by Edie McGinnis. It's a great book from Kansas City Star Quilts with fun quilts to make along with needle punch and stitchery projects. There's even a history lesson on the invention of the sewing machine and its effect on the development of feedsack fabrics and how collectible they have become.
"Stitch your memories into vintage style quilts for those you love. Simple appliqué and easy patchwork projects. Quilts are special gifts for remembering childhood, family gatherings, and friends who have moved away. These are just a few of the inspirations we had as these quilts were designed."
30 page book with complete directions for 6 quilts, pillows, wool Scottie pillows, Memory BookCover, pillowcases, tea towels and more. Quilts range in size from 20" x 23" to 44" x 52".
* Choose from 15 Little Quilts projects with flags stars, and other patriotic themes
* Tour a photo gallery featuring quilts from the September 11 Little Quilts Project
*Find Little Quilts' helpful hints and favorite shortcuts sprinkled throughout the book
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