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Reading List

Every year, we receive hundreds of books in the office to feature in our magazines. And although we try, it’s impossible to showcase each book. In the fall issue of Quilts and More magazine our staff is announcing a blog hop to highlight the books that we couldn’t review in the magazines, but that our staff absolutely loves! We pulled around 20 books to review for the blog hop (watch for that August 12) and narrowed it down to include a variety of topics and publishers. But we can’t totally forget about the books that weren’t chosen for the blog hop. Below we give a shout-out to those books and encourage you to read a few before we announce our editor’s choice books for fall next month!

 

 

Quilts for Sweet Jane: Easy Quilt Patterns Using Precuts

By Sue Pfau for Martingale

Fun to start and quick to finish, these enticing quilts simplify the fabric-selection process. Almost all projects use one set of precut fabrics plus a neutral background fabric, such as white or cream, with terrific results. The collection of 10 easy quilt patterns appeal to a wide range of tastes. And you’ll discover doable projects that even beginners can make successfully!

Buy this book here.

 

I Love Color! Quilt Collection

By Marcia Harmening of Happy Stash Quilts for Leisure Arts

If you love happy hues and pretty patterns, Marcia’s gorgeous designs are for you! The quilts include a wide variety of quilting techniques, such as curved borders, applique, and little flanges for a dimensional touch.Designs include throws, table runners, and crib quilts.

Buy this book here.

 

Quilting-on-the-Go: Taking It Further

By Carolyn Forster for Landauer Publishing

Carrying a block or two with you to piece and quilt wherever and whenever you have time is the heart of Carolyn’s quilting-on-the-go techniques. Choose one of the 11 projects and enjoy the freedom of quilting-on-the-go, including learning how to piece and quilt borders on-the-go!

Buy this book here.

 

Patchwork Quilts: Traditional Scandinavian Designs for the Modern Quiltmaker

By Trine Bakke for Skyhorse Publishing

Learn the art of traditional Scandinavian quilt-making by following Trine’s simple designs and detailed instructions. Here readers can learn how to use traditional block patterns in new ways that make for beautiful results! Trine believes that a good quilt is a well-loved quilt—one that can be used, washed, and loved again. She also gives tips on how to find both beautiful and durable fabrics to piece together amazing creations for the bedroom, kitchen, and the rest of the home.

Buy this book here.

 

Jelly Roll Jambalaya Quilts

By Jean Ann Wright for Landauer Publishing

Stitch along with author Jean Ann Wright as she creates easy, fun projects with jelly roll pre-cuts. Ten bright, easy-to-complete, colorful quilts encompass a variety of techniques, including y-seams and speed strip stitching.

Buy this book here.

 

 

Patchwork Plus: East One-Block Quilts with Seasonal Applique

By Geralyn J. Powers for Martingale

Find quilts for all seasons–and other fun reasons! Create nine projects for year-round giving and home decor. Each trouble-free quilt pattern uses one basic patchwork block to create a background for a dash of appliqué.Find appliqué accents to customize your patchwork patterns for springtime, patriotic holidays, Halloween, Christmas, and more.

Buy this book here.

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