Fons & Porter’s new book, Table Toppers give you lots of opportunities to try out new techniques for pieced and appliqued tabletop projects. Are you new to foundation piecing, machine applique’, or wool applique’?
Table Toppers: Quilted Projects from Fons & Porter allows you to try a new technique on a smaller scale. Use their trademark ‘Sew Easy’ lessons to guide you through any project-specific special techniques. Enjoy the full color photos and step-by-step instructions.
Discover patterns from Jodie Davis, Marianne Fons, Sandy Gervais, Debbie Mumm, Wendy Sheppard, Edyta Sitar, Karen Witt, and other talented designers.
Find this book and other quilting and sewing books at your favorite local independent quilt and fabric store!
Special gift wrap for quilty friends can be found in two new books; yes I said books from C & T Publishing. Elm Creek Quilts Loyal Union Sampler includes 4 pattern designs by Jennifer Chiaverini. Each of the 12 sheets is 20″ x 30″ for a total of 50 square feet plus 12 coordinating gift tags.
A second book of gift wrap for the modern quilter is titled Bright & Bold Quilts with designs by Kim Schaefer. This book also includes 4 patterns and 12 sheets – 20″ x 30″ for a total of 50 square feet plus 12 coordinating gift tags.
Whatever your style, you’ll find lots of projects, including tessellating and zigzag patterns in the book Scrappy Fat Quarter Quilts. These are favorite projects from Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Magazine.
Explore 13 projects from lap quilts to bed-sized quilts, and from an easy level to challenging. Use your fat quarter stash to showcase your collection in these gorgeous projects.
From top designers, including Lynn Roddy Brown, Elizabeth Hartman, Nancy Mahoney, Liz Porter, Edyta Sitar, and Jean Wells. Produced by Martingale and available at your local independent quilt and fabric shop.
The Little Things in Life brings a splash of color into your everyday life with 12 unique quilted projects, to keep or give as gifts. Elissa and Heather Willms add interest and whimsy with buttons, embroidery, ribbon and applique. Great for new and experienced quilters. These projects are ideal for fabric bundles or for precious pieces you are reluctant to cut into.
Just in time for holiday sewing, make a reversible apron, a tea cozy, a wine bottle gift bag, and a traveling coffee cup wrap to name a few.
A great place to start is by visiting your local independent quilt and fabric shop. Each shop across this great nation is fun and unique with individual flair. And shopowners are happy to help make your sewing dreams a reality! Another great place to start is the American Sewing Guild. With chapters and neighborhood groups across the country, members meet monthly to share their skills and ideas, enjoy education sessions and participate in community sewing projects.