12 Days of Christmas by Nancy Halvorsen:  A 36 page softcover book, which includes instructions, diagrams, color photos and full-size appliqué patterns. Projects include-quilt count down sign, gift bags, table runner, pillows and much more.



15 Minutes of Play by Victoria Findley Wolfe:  Learn how to create a unique piece of “made-fabric” in just 15 minutes with Victoria Findlay Wolfes improvisational scrap-piecing methods, then incorporate your made-fabric into traditional quilt blocks. As you play, youll sharpen your design skills and learn about combining colors and prints in new ways…then watch your quilt design emerge


40 Bright and Bold Paper Pieced Blocks by Carol Doak: Carol Doak reveals her best color tricks for creating dramatic designs that will inspire you to be daring with fabric and color. Includes 40 all new 12 inch blocks plus eight projects ranging from wall quilts to bed quilts. Another extraordinary quilting adventure with Carol--all made easy with paper piecing!


60 Pieced Quilt Borders: Mix & Match by Judy Laquidara:  Make any of the 15 quilt centers, then mix and match as many of the 60 pieced borders to make a quilt of any size and design. Learn how to figure the number of blocks needed for any pieced border. Learn how to use coping strips to make size adjustments. Also, learn how to visually balance multiple borders on any quilt.


100 Tips from Award Winning Quilters by Ann Hazelwood: A compendium of quilting tips & tricks from today's best quilt makers. Learn how to ensure exact seams. Improve the quality & accuracy of your piecing and smooth out your machine quilting, with no puckers. Learn how to make the most of standard tools and add a few new twists to your quilting tool box.



101 Log Cabin Blocks with Full-size Patterns for Foundation Piecing by Linda Causee:  Pieces are added to a foundation using a stitch-and-flip open technique where all you have to do is stitch on the line. Linda has included instructions for planning and finishing original quilts using Log Cabin Blocks. 116 pages, with full-sized, easy-to-trace foundation patterns. All 101 Blocks are shown in full color.


300 Paper-Pieced Quilt Blocks (CD included) by Carol Doaks: Choose from 300 designs, including 4" pictorial and geometric blocks and 3" alphabet and number blocks. Print patterns with your home computer from cd.




501 Quilt Blocks: A Treasury of Patterns for Patchwork & Appliqué by Better Homes and Gardens:  501 pieced & appliquéd quilt blocks, easily customized for unique, personalized themes. Plus, 40 step-by-step projects for using blocks in the form of wearables, personal accessories, and home and seasonal decorations. Included are 500 full-color photos and 600 line drawings.

1000 Artist Trading Cards: Innovative & Inspired Mixed Media ATCs by Patricia Bolton. This collection inspires with 1,000 original cards in a beautiful pageant of color, composition, and creative use of materials. The book also includes a special section devoted to explaining what ATCs are, how to get started, and includes some exciting technique information.


A Single Thread (Cobble Court Quilts) by Marie Bostwick. Marie Bostwick weaves the unforgettable story of four very different women whose paths cross, changing their lives forever…As they stitch their unique creations, Evelyn, Abigail, Liza, and Margot form a sisterhood they never sought-but one that they'll be grateful for when the unexpected provides a poignant reminder of the single thread that binds us all . . .


A Thread of Truth (Cobble Court Quilts) by Marie Bostwick.  Marie Bostwick's poignant novel of new beginnings, old friends, and the rich, varied tapestry of lives fully lived. . .At twenty-seven, having fled an abusive marriage with little more than her kids and the clothes on her back, Ivy Peterman figures she has nowhere to go but up. Quaint, historic New Bern, Connecticut, seems as good a place as any to start fresh. With a part-time job at the Cobbled Court Quilt Shop and budding friendships, Ivy feels hopeful for the first time in ages.


A Thread So Thin (Cobble Court Quilts) by Marie Bostwick. Marie Bostwick crafts a timeless tale of friendship, love, and the choices we must make in their name. While New Bern, Connecticut, lies under a blanket of snow, the Cobbled Court Quilt Shop remains a cozy haven for its owner, Evelyn Dixon, and her friends.



All About Quilting From A to Z by C&T Publishing: Everything you want to know about designing, creating, and living with quilts in one comprehensive volume!



Alzheimer’s: Forgetting Piece by Piece by Ami Simms Curator:  To raise awareness, 54 remarkably talented quilt makers share their creativity in a traveling exhibit called Alzheimer's Forgetting Piece By Piece and now in this book.


Another Season of Beautiful Blooms: Appliquéd Quilts and Cushions by Susan Taylor Propst:  In this follow-up to her top-selling Beautiful Blooms, each of nine designs includes a full-sized block pattern and instructions for both a pillow and a wall-hanging--in two different color-ways--providing 18 projects in all.




Appliqué Animals A to Z by Debra Gabel: The 54 page book includes complete appliqué instructions There are 26 easy to make appliqué animals and a full gallery of ideas.




Appliqué Basics Flower Wreaths by Karen Kay Buckley:  Easy to follow instructions for dimensional appliqué techniques and basic embroidery stitches show you how to add realistic accents to your quilt blocks. Learn to make daisies, peonies, marigolds, bluebells, tulips, dogwoods, pansies, and more. Each of the nine flower wreaths is also home to an inquisitive insect.


The Art of Feather Quilting: Golden Thread Series by Judy Allen: There are dozens of examples to choose from and full-sized patterns to try. Discover how to create eight different kinds of popular feather designs, including straight and undulating lines, circles, hearts and their variations, scallops, swags, plumes, and paisley designs!


The Art of Manipulating Fabric by Colette Wolff:  Working from the simplest possible form — a flat piece of cloth and a threaded needle — she categorizes all major dimensional techniques, show how they are related, and give examples of variations both traditional and modern. The result is an encyclopedia of techniques that resurface, reshape, restructure and reconstruct fabric.



The Art of The Handmade Quilt by Nancy Brenan Daniel:  Sewing machines are speedier—but, increasingly, quilters are discovering that working by hand provides even more pleasure and superior results. And world-renowned quilt maker, teacher, author, and show judge Nancy Brenan Daniel has created an inspiring guide just for them, with ideas for 18 varied and beautiful hand-sewn quilts.



Attic Windows: Quilts with a View:  Diana Leone & Cindy Walter:  The book contains a gallery of more than 50 Attic Window quilts, information on selecting fabrics, tips on colors and numerous exercises.




Bargello Quilts with a Twist by Maggie Ball:  With the newly created block method, you create the look of Bargello with ease. Strips are cut and pieced in sets of four, counter-cut, and joined to complete the blocks. Using the versatile pattern, there are an amazing number of ways to arrange as few as 16 blocks to create exciting and unique patterns.



Baskets: New Quilts from an Old Favorite:  Linda Baxter Lasco: The National Quilt Museum's annual New Quilts from an Old Favorite contest once again has brought out the best in creativity from today's talented quilt makers. Original sketches and inspiration, design problems and solutions, techniques both new and old are all described in the quilters' own words.



Beyond Hawaiian Florals by Stacy Mitchell & Toshiko Hashimoto:  This book included 12 Hawaiian-style appliqué designs with instructions to use them in a few projects. The goal is to teach you some great machine appliqué techniques.




Carol Doak’s Simply Sensational 9-Patch Stars by Carol Doaks: 12 Quilt Projects Mix & Match Units to Create a Galaxy of Paper-Pieced Stars






Cat Crafts by Publications International:  Crafty projects for cat designs and themes.




Christmas Quilts & Afghans by Better Homes and Gardens: A wonderful collection of quilts and afghans for the Christmas season or for gifts! Sections include: Christmas Trees, Child's Fantasy Projects, Star Dazzlers, Poinsettias and Festive Gifts. Projects include a materials list, instructions, patterns, templates, and a full-color photo of the completed project. Lots of beautiful projects! 80 pages.



Circle of Nine: 24 Stunning and Creative Quilts: One Unique Quilt Setting by Janet Houts & Jean Ann Wright:  This book features 24 fantastic quilts with fully illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions, as well as superb 'how-to' section that show how quilters of all levels can use the Circle of Nine setting using their favorite block.



Circle Quilts: Creating Dramatic Medallions from Strip-Pieced Rings by Colleen Granger:  Eight different projects use medallions to create striking circular quilts, unique wall hangings and more. With the fast and easy power piecing method, quilters will be working confidently in no time.



Color Play : Easy Steps to Imaginative Color in Quilts by Joen Wolfram:  This book, along with Joens Ultimate 3-in-1 Color Tool, is the quintessential tool for quilters who want to learn more about color and how to apply that knowledge to your quilts. Filled with amazing photographs, color samples and exercises for choosing colors, this book will change they way you look at color in quilting.



Color Your World with Princess Mirah Bat: 25 Easy Projects Sew, Knit or Peel & stick with BatiKit by Princess Mirah’s Crafts: D-I-Y Luxury - 25 color-rich personal and home accessories to sew, knit, crochet, decoupage, scrap, and bead.




Colorful Quilts: A Journey Through Fabric by Cynthia LeBlanc Regone:  Find a fresh mix of colors, fabrics, and techniques — all based on the author's real and imagined travels around the world. Find eight eye-catching quilts that offer unique opportunities to play with a range of fabrics, from brights to batiks.



The Complete Book of Machine Quilting (The Chilton needlework series) by Robbie & Tony Fanning:  this revolutionary book shows how to create beautiful, well-made quilts with a sewing machine. Now updated and expanded to include the use of special machines, this book offers thorough instructions with outstanding examples.



Contemporary Folk by Sue Spargo:  In the 208 pages it features 18 projects including 3 large wall quilts, pillows, purses, table runners, needle cases, pincushions and my funky little birds.





Craft in America by PBS DVD: Part of a PBS series, Joe Cunningham visits Gee Bends. Approx. 60 min.







Create Your Own Free-Form Quilts:  A Stress-Free Journey to Original Design by Rayna Gillman:  Enjoy the freedom of free-form! In this follow-up to Create Your Own Hand-Printed Cloth, Rayna shares her “cant make a mistake” approach to designing quilts. Learn how to how to trust your instincts so you can work more intuitively, and develop a new appreciation for the therapy of sewing without a plan.


Creative Embellishments (Rodale’s successful quilting library) by Darra D. Williamson:  Over 300 photographs and 36 illustrations show you how to add plenty of sparks and sparkle to your quilts--quickly and easily.





Crochet 101 Snowflakes (American School of Needlework No.1217) by Delsie Rhodes & Kathy Wesley:  This wonderful collection of 101 Snowflakes makes it possible to have a blizzard of beautiful snowflakes using bedspread-weight crochet cotton and a steel crochet hook.




Cutting-Garden Quilts: Fabulous Fusible Flowers by Melinda Bula:  A simple paint-by-number-style process is all it takes to create these breathtaking floral

quilts. Melinda Bula shows how to combine a layer-and-fuse technique with color-placement tips for stunning results. Five how-to patterns feature a rose, pansies, clematis, coneflowers, and apples.



Daddy’s Ties by Shirley Botsford:  Create new treasures from old ties that are probably the same ones that you have given as gifts on Father's Day, birthdays and Christmas. Shirley Botsford's glorious book is packed with over 30 functional and keepsake projects. Included are full-size patterns, step-by-step instructions and illustrations.



Dear Jane:  the Two Hundred Twenty-five Patterns from the 1863 Jane A. Stickle Quilts by Brenda Manges Papadakis:  Quilt lovers and Civil War buffs alike will enjoy Dear Jane. It contains all of the 225 patterns of the historic Jane Stickle 1863 quilt as well as a series of letters to Jane about life and times in the nineteenth century, with emphasis on the Civil War and the women's movement. Among the patterns and letters you will find a dozen quilts from the 1990s, all inspired by Jane's supreme example of quilt-making artistry in 1863.


Dating Fabrics-A Color Guide: 1800-1960 by Eileen Jahnke Trestain: This book will help you identify, date, and recognize antique fabrics and their uses in quilts and clothing. Over 1,000 color fabric swatches are listed. You’ll be able to identify fabric dating from the pre-1830 era through the Second World War.





Dating Fabrics-A Color Guide 2: 1950-2000 by Eileen Jahnke Trestain:  From poodle skirts of the 1950s to baby doll dresses of the 1990s, the fabrics of our everyday lives are featured in this handy reference guide to the materials of the last half century. A companion to Dating Fabrics: A Color Guide 1800-1960, this source is ideal for those studying fashion and clothing trends from the late twentieth century, as well as collectors of recent quilts.



Deck the Halls: Quilts to Celebrate Christmas by Cheryl Algren Taylor:  In this rich collection of Christmas patterns, you'll find festive quilts to deck the halls--and mantels, tables, floors, and more! Create pieced and appliquéd projects that include floral appliqué motifs such as poinsettias and mistletoe.



The Doll’s Dressmaker:  The Complete Pattern Book by Venus Dodge:  In this collection of more than 120 dolls' dress designs, from modern outfits to period costumes, all the patterns are of actual size and ready to trace off the page and use. They fit dolls of 10 to 25 inches and can be altered to fit other sizes.


Donna Koolers Encyclopedia of Quilting by Kooler Design Studio:  History, Basic techniques, hand and machine quilting foundation piecing. Appliqué trapunto, color thread drafting.


Dresden Flower Garden by Blanche Young & Lynette Young Bingham:  This is a book easy to understand, lots of color pictures and ways to use this particular dresden design. It has templates, pictured easy instructions, cutting charts, and lots and lots of ideas.


Easy Japanese Quilt Style by Julia Davis & Ann Muxworthy: 10 step-by-step projects ranging from bags to wall hangings plus variations for additional inspiration. The projects evoke the simplicity of traditional Japanese decor by using well-known pieced patterns, such as fan blocks and strip quilts, together with charming appliqué.


Easy Reversible Vests by Carol Doak:  Learn how to flatter your figure with color, pattern, and scale. See several variations of each vest project  and find tips on successfully piecing dressmaking fabrics.


Easy Strip Tulip (Quilt in a Day) by Eleanor Burns:  A classic 1931 tulip quilt pattern by Ruby McKim is taken into the next century with an easy strip method for three different quilt settings


Elegant Quilts, Country Charm: Appliqué Designs in Cotton and Wool by Leonie Bateman & Deirdre Bond-Able:  Experience the joys of using wool appliqué to add depth and texture to your quilts and other projects. There are no edges to turn under--and wool doesn't fray! Even beginners can create these cozy, antique-looking quilts.



Elegant Stitches: An Illustrated Stitch Guide & Source Book of Inspiration by Judith Baker Montano:  Learn all there is to know about silk ribbon stitches, crazy-quilt stitches, composite stitches, and even left-handed stitches. Compact enough to fit in your work basket, the book is spiral bound-leaving your hands free to work.


The Enchanted Garden:  Miniature 3-d Flowers From Fabric & Ribbon by Cindy Zlotnik Oravecz:  This is a collection of dimensional flowers containing patterns for nine 6-inch square quilt blocks. The instruction includes variations to choose from, so your work can be one-of-a-kind. All the flowers can be made from fabric or ribbon. The dimensional flowers can be interchanged on the quilt blocks.

Fabric Landscapes by Machine by Linda Crone:  Piecing and stitching a landscape adds a highly personal touch to any garment, accessory or home decoration item. From fabric choices to decorative stitches to finishing details, everything in this book is clearly and simply explained with sample patterns included.

Fantasies & Flowers: Origami in Fabric for Quilters by Kumiko Sudo: 30 completely new fabric origami designs; each block combines simple piecing and appliqué techniques, showing even beginning quilters how to make perfect three-dimensional flowers. All are complete with step-by-step drawings, easy-to-follow directions, and full-size templates.


Fast, Fun & Easy Fabric Bowls: 5 Reversible Shapes to Use & Display by Linda Johansen:  These five delightful fabric bowl projects make perfect gifts! Choose from the Easy Round Bowl, Fast Square Bowl, and other simple shapes, all ready to create in an array of fabrics and colors.


Fast Fun & Easy Fabric Postcards: Keepsakes You Can Make & Mail by Franki Kohler:  use six simple techniques plus scraps of fabric, photos, and their own creativity to make exciting, completely one-of-a-kind postcards.


Fat Quarter Frenzy by Susan Purney-Mark:  A collection of delightful, traditional quilt patterns, all made from fat quarters.




Flip Your Way to Fabulous Quilts: Take Folded Corners to New Heights by Donna Lynn Thomas:  Use the easy folded-corner technique to create striking quilts that only look complex. The quilts are divided into three categories: "Try Me" projects build confidence, "Grow with Me" projects develop skills further, and "Master Me" projects become masterpieces. Make striped units without using bias pieces or templates.13 fascinating projects with broad appeal.

Flower Festival: 50 Appliqué Blocks to Grow Your Garden: 9 Quilt Projects by Kim Schaefer:  Create a whole bouquet of floral quilts with 50 adorable mix-and-match blocks of appliquéd flowers and bugs.

Flower Power by Barbara Barber: Over 75 original flower designs for you to use in any way you choose. The designs are suitable for both hand and machine appliqué.


Flowers of the Bible by Helga Curtis: The flowers and their foliage are in a circular design on a square block. There is a Biblical reference for each flower, historical information and interesting tidbits about many of the flowers. In addition to the embroidered details added to many of the designs, there are also a few flowers with three-dimensional elements. The general instructions include sections on preparing fabric, several methods of appliqué, hand and machine embroidery with drawings of seven embroidery stitches, and finishing techniques.

Folk Art Quilts by Better Homes & Gardens: A collection of small folk art pieces and penny rugs. Patterns included.

Folk Art Quilts & How to Recreate Them by Audrey & Douglas Wiss: 30 full-color plates and more than 150 photographs, drawings, and diagrams for quilters and collectors.  An attractive blend of historic detail and practical direction with easy to follow instructions and full size patterns.

Foundation Factory Standard Edition Vol. 1 by Quilt Pro Systems: This is a CD Imagine printing perfect foundation blocks any time you want with your home computer: Now you can with Foundation Factory! Here is the original Foundation Factory, with over 500 foundation blocks!

Foundation Factory Standard Edition Vol. 2 by Quilt Pro Systems:  This is a CD. 500 new foundation blocks. Foundation Factory lets you easily change the size of any block, print multiple blocks on a page and it's easy to use: just click and print!

Foundation Factory: Carol Doak Designer Edition by Quilt Pro Systems: This is a CD which includes 400+ blocks from seven of Carol's best-selling books plus 50 bonus blocks.


Free Form Embroidery by Judith Becker Montana: how to create stunning landscapes and seascapes by applying fine art principles to your fabrics, threads, and fibers. Learn how to use these materials with other embellishments to convey lifelike trees, flowers, ocean corals, and more with 60 stitches and 67 stitch combinations.

Free Motion Quilting with Angela Walters: Choose & Use Quilting Designs on Modern Quilts by Angela Walters: Learn to stitch her fresh continuous-line designs on your long-arm or domestic machine. Included are  step-by-step instructions for continuous-line swirls, circles, squares, vines, arcs, and points. Using basic free-motion skills you already have, discover how to approach quilting a modern quilt by working with bold fabrics and negative space, uniting a variety of shapes, and blending designs.

French Braid Obsession: New Ideas for the Imaginative Quilter by Jane Hardy Miller:  Take your French braid quilts in dramatic new directions with bold new shapes and sizes, techniques, and colors. 8 projects.


French Braid Quilts: 14 Quick Quilts with Dramatic Results by Jane Hardy Miller & Arlene Netten: Braid a variety of fabrics into an eye-catching quilt.


Fresh cuts: Fun Quilt Techniques and Color Concepts by Debbie Mumm:  This book features 25 handsome quilts and sewing/crafting projects for beginning to advanced quilters. There are lap quilts, pillows, table quilts and runners, wall quilts, a door banner, and a tote in a wide variety of techniques and color combinations.


Fussy Cut Mariner’s Compass by Ann S. Lainhart: Combine the elegance of the classic Mariner's Compass block with the up-to-the-minute technique of fussy cutting for dramatic results! Transform those fabulous fabrics into mesmerizing home décor, wallhangings, and quilts. Instructions for Mariner's Compass blocks in 12, 34 and 30 inch sizes are included. Step-by-step assembly photos clearly illustrate the sewing process.

Fussy Cutting from Border Prints by Ann S. Lainhart:  Making quilts using the fussy cutting technique with border prints. Ann shows you how to make and prepare templates and pick fabric.


Garden Lattice Quilts (Quilt in a Day) by Eleanor Burns:  This pattern is perfect for fat eighths and scraps. The seams lock for a perfectly flat, matched center. For those who enjoy appliqué, add fussy cut single flowers or clusters to your quilt. The book takes you step by step through the directions with full-color pictures, and includes yardage and cutting charts with guidance on fabric selection.


Garden Party: Appliqué Quilts that Bloom by Cynthia Tomaszewski:  Contains a dozen wall--and lap-quilt patterns-Make any project with fusible, freezer-paper, or needle-turn appliqué-Projects incorporate easy embellishments, such as exquisite hand embroidered details.


Great Quilt making: All the Basics by Better Homes and Gardens:  Comprehensive sections on choosing tools and equipment, fabric and thread for the novice or near-novice. Step-by-step instructions make it easy to stitch, press, and quilt.


Guide to Machine Quilting by Diane Gaudynski:  Step-by-step tour of the world of machine quilting include fabric selection and preparation, choosing batting and backing fabric, pin basting layers, marking the quilt, thread choice, quilting sequence, walking foot and free-motion quilting, and finishing and washing the quilt. Practice your skills on three charming quilt patterns: Trip Around the World wall quilt, Log Cabin Revisited, and Sixteen Baskets of Mud.

Hand Appliqué with  Alex Anderson by Alex Anderson: This slim, first-rate introduction to the craft of hand appliqué includes instructions geared to the beginner and a good selection of patterns for small appliqué quilts. The basic appliqué stitch is shown step by step in color photos illustrating both left- and right-handed stitching techniques.


Hand Dyed Quilts by Marquetta Bell-Johnson:  A technique for hand dying that uses no powdered dyes, no caustic chemicals, and no rinsing: just color, visual texture, and immediate gratification. With a variety of easy methods—including solid dying, shading, tie dying, folding, drip painting, and masking.

Happy Endings: Finishing the Edges of Your Quilt by Mimi Dietrich:  A complete guide to quilt finishing featuring over 24 creative edges with detailed illustrations, color photos, and a stitching guide.


Heartland Fiber Mosaics by Leslie Beck:  A collection of country-primitive quilts and crafts with a folk-art flavor. Cozy country homes, watermelons, strawberries, and sunflowers are accented with touches of embroidery.


I Love Color! Quilt Collection by Marcia Harmening: The color-drenched quilts include a wide variety of quilt-making techniques, such as curved borders, needle-turn or machine appliqué, and little flanges for a dimensional touch.


It is Raining Cats & Dogs: Paper-Pieced Quilts for Pet Lovers by Janet Kime:  Complete instructions for 17 cat and dog projects that will delight animal-loving quilters everywhere. Simple foundation piecing so even beginners can stitch up these pet patterns. Quick rotary-cutting and speed-piecing techniques;  plus easy variations for personalizing each project.

Japanese Quilt Blocks to Mix & Match by Susan Briscoe:  The book presents more than 125 different block patterns, each with complete instructions and a color photograph, representing a variety of pattern sources: kamon (family crests), Hakone yosegi (parquetry) and traditional textiles, such as kasuri weave. Each 9-inch block includes a full cutting guide and fabric palette; suggestions for use, either mixing and matching or adapting to an all-over design; and icons indicating techniques and skill level.

Jelly Roll Quilt Magic by Kimberly Einmo:  13 colorful projects give readers the opportunity to grasp her vision, and she provides block options for true originality.


Journey of An Art Quilter by Barbara Olson:  As much about motivation as it is about teaching techniques, this bold and vibrant quilting resource guides readers through the stages of the quilting process.

Jump Start Your Quilting by Jeanne Stauffer:  Featuring patterns for shoulder bags, totes, wallets, pillows, runners, aprons, dog coats, and wall quilts, this resource offers quilters a quick way to make complete works by using precut fabrics. With today's precut fabrics, readers can create traditional quilt designs such as a one-block Log Cabin quilt, Attic Windows nap quilt, Hunter's Star variation table topper, Ohio Star throw, Cake Stand bed runner, and a Wild Goose Chase throw.

Kaffe Fassett’s Glorious Patchwork by Kaffe Fassett & Lisa Prior Lucy:  Kaffe presents more than 25 designs that draw on the essence of his color-work. Divided into five color themes—ranging from soft pastels and leafy gardens to bold circus hues—these stunning designs bear Kaffe’s unmistakable stamp.


Kaffe Fassett’s Heritage Quilts by Kaffe Fassett:  A curated collection of rare and treasured quilts from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries such as the Church Window, Log Cabin, Hearts and Crosses, and other rare designs. All 20 featured quilts are lovingly redesigned in the bold contemporary fabrics of world-renowned textile designer Kaffe Fassett.


Kaffe Fassett’s Kaleidoscope of Quilts by Kaffe Fassett:  20 individual designs that feature both the new fabrics in Rowan's patchwork range and some firm favorites. With each quilt comes illustrated step-by-step instructions with colored diagrams, a 'flat shot' photo, and the quilt template.

Keepsake Baby Quilts from Scraps by Julie Higgins:  Based on the time-honored tradition of creating heirloom quilts from scraps of fabric, this compilation of nine quilting designs was created with softness and lasting beauty in mind. In addition to their aesthetics, delightful projects such as "Nana’s Garden for Baby," "Butterfly Hoedown," and "Monkey in the Middle" will appeal to modern quilters for their Eco-friendliness.

Landscape Quilts by Kathy McNeil:  Four lovely full-size patterns include a spring cottage, fall mill and water wheel, a summer lighthouse, and a winter cabin.


Let’s Twist Pinwheels Fun Fast and Easy by Marsha Bergen: Make fast, fun and easy pinwheels Features 12 patterns.


Log Cabins for Everyone by Linda L. Hatch:  "Discover the versatility of log cabin quilting! Included in this exciting volume are patterns for easy quilts along with fun-to-stitch but challenging variations for the more experienced quilter"


Lone Star Quilts & Beyond by Jan Krentz:  Explore the world of Lone Star quilts! Jan shows you how to use today's techniques to simplify this intricate design and make 9 colorful, creative projects.


Lover’s Knot Quilt by Eleanor Burns:  To celebrate her 30th anniversary and the marriage of her oldest son, Eleanor perfected the Lover’s Knot pattern using her signature 2 1/2" strips.

Loving Stitches: A Guide to Fine Hand Quilting by Jeana Kimbal: Find full-size quilting patterns and expert tips on using hoops, frames, and other tools. Learn this master’s secrets for making flawless quilting stitches—the true test of an accomplished quilt maker.


Mariner’s Compass Stars by Carol Doak:  Mix 'n match 24 sensational paper-pieced star blocks in 9 quilt projects. Bonus CD-ROM with resizable patterns.


Mickey Lawler’s Skydyes by Mickey Lawler:  Perfect for beginning fabric painters and those who have dabbled with fabric paints. Easy exercises show how to create skies, earth, seas, and gardens. Includes a quilt project, too!


Minimal Quilt making by Gwen Martson:  Join Gwen Marston as she leads you through her intuitive process for designing minimal quilts with maximum impact. Learn elements of design, art, color, and history via page after page of unique quilts. Although this book includes basic instructions, no patterns are needed for this minimalist quilt making approach.

M’Liss Rae Hawley Fat Quarter Quilts by M’Liss Rae Hawley:  Get the inside track on fabrics for fat quarter quilts including quilting suggestions for each pattern — never before shown in a fat quarter book!


More Adventures with Leaders and Enders by Bonnie K. Hunter: In this, the long-awaited sequel to Adventures with Leaders and Enders, find 12 more scrap quilts that can be pieced in between the lines of other sewing.


More Elm Creek Quilts by Jennifer Chiaverini:  11 timeless quilts inspired by the author's best-selling novels, with more than 30 blocks and favorite character sketches.


More Fabulous Flowers: Mini-quilts in Dimensional Appliqué by Sharon K. Baker:  Find 20 all-new flower designs in this follow-up to the popular Fabulous Flowers, and watch your quilting bloom. Learn to make rosebuds, water lilies, marigolds, larkspurs, and more. Personalize your flowers with beads, buttons, novelty yarns, and trims.


More Snippet Sensations by Cindy Walter:  Creator of the Snippet Sensations technique, where small snippets of fabric and fusible web are used to "paint" on fabric. There is a gallery of Snippet quilts and more than 20 step-by-step projects.


More Quilts for Baby by Ursula Reikes:  Stitch special quilts for babies, kids, and even adults with these colorful, simple projects! Complete directions and speedy piecing tips are provided for 21 quilts that even beginners can piece in just a few hours.



Mosaic Appliqué by Lorraine Carthew: Simply draw the pattern and fill in with mosaic 'tiles'. The background then becomes the grout between the tiles. The author provides half a dozen beautiful mosaic patterns on three large pullout sheets for quilters to make. Among them are a cat, parrot, butterfly, dragonfly, florals, and more. Also included are instructions for selecting fabrics and quilting designs for mosaic quilts, along with a refresher on both needle-turn and raw-edge appliqué stitching.

Neutral Essentials with Alex Anderson by Alex Anderson:  Readers learn how to create subtle visual effects by varying the color, contrast, and texture of your fabrics. Also included are 7 easy-to-make quilts that show off all the elegance of tans, grays, creams, and whites.

New Crewel: The Motif Collection by Katherine Shaughnessy: For this stunning collection of motifs, all in circular patterns, she has whipped up a fresh menu of creative ideas, including 30 new designs, five new stitches, and ten inspirational projects. Includes photographs and color diagrams of each motif, along with how-to illustrations, plus a feature not offered previously: a CD of the motifs for easy download.

New Handmade Simple Sewing for Contemporary Style by Cassie Barden:  Create handmade projects for your wardrobe and home with only a small time commitment and basic sewing skills. Choose from totes and bags, cases and covers, fashion accents, and home decor projects. Learn techniques you'll use again and again, such as installing zippers, using fusible appliqué, and basic machine quilting.

Not Your Grandmother’s Log Cabin by Sara Nephew with Marci Barker: This updated second edition includes 6 new patterns, for a total of 40 projects! A robust "design your own" section with setting shapes, alternate blocks, and border options will help you uncover infinite possibilities.


Oh Baby by Brenda Henning:  Quilts for children of all ages.



Painted Appliqué by Linda M. Poole:  Create it with paint! This choice gives the quilt maker unlimited flexibility in execution. Each of these 15 original design projects may be appliquéd, created with fabric paint, or may combine both fabric and paint techniques.

Panel Play: Designs for Using Quilt Panels in Table Toppers, Wall Hangings, Bed Quilts, and Runners by Barbara Becker: Make a Table Topper. Make a Wall Hanging. Make a Bed Quilt. Make a Bed Runner. Make a work of art. Beautiful, charming, amusing, full of color or subtle and romantic. However you describe them, this book contains a wealth of ides for using them. So pull out your panels and prepare to play.



Paper Piecing the Seasons: Foundation Piecing from Easy to Expert by Liz Schwartz:  Discover 12 seasonal paper-pieced quilts to stitch up for most any occasion. Full-size foundation patterns are included for each quilt, along with special tips for working with small pieces.


Paradised Stitched by Sylvia Pippen:  These glowing quilts bring together two of quilting's best-loved traditions: Japanese Sashiko and colorful appliqué. A large quilt gallery will inspire you to design your own Sashiko/appliqué creations.





Patchwork Table Runners by Jeanne Stauffer:  Beginning to intermediate level quilters will love this rich collection of runner designs with concise instructions that guide them through each exciting project. Several of the provided patterns are reversible, adding an extra layer of functionality to the finished product.



Peppermint & Holly Berries by Art to Heart:  Add something new to your Christmas traditions with these 24 festive new projects. They include a tree skirt, mantle runner, quilts, tea towels, gift bags, table runner, place mat, stitcheries and more.



Photo Inspired Art Quilts by Leni Leveson Wiener with Nancy Zieman: In this book, learn how to identify an appropriate photo for an art quilt, how to translate that photo into a fabric collage, and how to accent and/or embellish it using thread painting, raw-edge machine appliqué and fabric collage. A bonus DVD hosted by Nancy Zieman compliments the instruction featured in the book.



Pieced Vegetables by Ruth B. McDowell: 22 vegetables, many with design and piecing variations, for a total of 39 different blocks. Includes all your favorite vegetables, such as asparagus, broccoli, carrots, lettuce, onions, peppers, and more. Complete instructions, diagrams, illustrations, and template patterns to re-create each design.


Playful Quilts for Kids by Carolyn Vosburg Hall: Sew Colorful Interactive Fun:  Over twenty easy projects for quilters of all levels include easy-to-follow directions and step-by-step photographs and illustrations.





Positively Pineapple by Lynda Milligan & Nancy Smith: The traditional Pineapple block, and several variations, are featured here in fresh and exciting colors and fabric choices. Lynda and Nancy make it easy and fun to create stunning pineapple quilts. Most of the directions in this book require the Pineapple Rule #8015 which is not included.



Post Cards to Make & Mail by Cheryl Haynes, Barbara Cooley and Beth Davis: Mailable post cards made with paper, fabric and floss.






The President’s Quilt by Smithtown Stitchers: History of the Smithtown Stitchers and their President Quilt. This is a CD.





Quick & Easy Quilted Sweatshirts by Jeanne Stauffer and Sandra L. Hatch:  Over a dozen designs for adults and children included with how-to instructions for creating your own original designs.



Quick Trip Quilts (Quilt in a Day Series) by Eleanor Burns:  The traditional "Quick Trip" is based on a "Trip Around the World" format. A Bargello effect is achieved with the "Quick Quarter" pattern, and for the artist in you, piece a "Water Lily" which adds a bit of appliqué to a rippling water background. Easy enough for a beginner but will challenge seasoned quilters to achieve just the perfect effect.



Quick Waterfall Quilts by Dina Pappas: Create the wildly popular look of watercolor quilts in a wink of the time! Instantly reduce the number of seams to sew, using fast fusible interfacing and as few as three fabrics. This all-new technique speeds up construction and creates beautiful watercolor-style quilts in a snap. Create 13 gorgeous watercolor quilts featuring wreaths, hearts, baskets, and other motifs.




Quilt Africa by Jenny Williamson & Pat Parker:  In this book, the sisters Jenny and Pat give instructions for quilts that have an essence of Africa about them. A short introduction explains materials, techniques, and tops. After which the first part of the book showcases stunning African quilts, and the scenery, animals or craft that has inspired them. The main section of the book gives the reader instructions for making 13 quilts, clearly explained with patterns and easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions.


The Quilt That Walked to Golden: Women and Quilts in the Mountain West—From the Overland Trail to Contemporary Colorado by Sandra Dallas:  Drawing its inspiration from letters, journals, and—most importantly—quilts, this engaging account chronicles the history of the women who settled the town of Golden, Colorado, over the course of two centuries.



Quilt Savvy One-Patch Scrap Quilts by Pat Yamin:  Scrappy is the style and stunning is the look. With just one or two simple shapes and a stash of fabric, you're on your way to a modern version of a classic quilt. There are three dozen templates to choose from.










Quilt with Confidence Nancy Zieman:  The inspiring and encouraging tone of this book will make you feel like you've been quilting your entire life! From the nation's favorite sewing teacher comes tips and step-by-step instruction for getting started quilting, from selecting tools, to rotary cutting techniques and edge-jointed seaming, you get it all!



Quilt with Hat-titude by Cheryl Haynes & Suzanne McNeill:  Breathtaking reds and purples and shades in between present an impressive sense of style. If you just can't keep your personality under wraps, flaunt it and become a lady with Hat-titude™. There are projects that can be completed in a day or less.




Quilted Bags & Purses by Mary Jo Hiney:  From large travel bags to small roll-style purses, these 20 patterns include all the carryall styles a quilter could desire. They range from traditional to shabby chic, from retro to contemporary. She offers instruction on how to make pockets, both inside and out; how to put in zippers; how to attach handles; and how to add liners and bindings for the perfect finish.



Quilted Garden Delights by Holly Knot & Diane Knott:  Make Your Quilts Bloom--8 Quick Projects







Quilted Landscapes: Machine-Embellished Fabric Images by Joan Blalock: Bring the splendor of the outdoors into your home when you create beautiful landscapes out of cloth. Use simple piecing methods, different fabrics and a variety of machine-embellishment techniques to stitch realistic illusions of water, mountains, grass, trees and more. Instructions for seven projects will get you started.



Quilted Table Accents by Annie’s Quilting: With nine unique themes for knitting decorations for a table, this handbook to home accents is the perfect resource for beginners or those with a more advanced skill set can be given personalized touches with paper accessories that match each of the quilted toppers and include mats, coasters, runners, and napkins. With themes to make the perfect party or to simply spice up the everyday, this quilters companion is the perfect choice for anyone looking to find distinctive projects for the home.


The Quilter’s Legacy: An Elm Creek Quilts Novel (The Elm Creek Quilts) by Jennifer Chiaverini:  When precious heirloom quilts hand-stitched by her mother turn up missing from the attic of Elm Creek Manor, Sylvia Bergstrom Compson resolves to find them.





The Quilter’s Practical Guide to Color by Becky Goldsmith:  Learn how every quilt has a foreground and a background, how to use clear versus gray colors―plus other essentials that will shake up your design process. Quilters of all skill levels will appreciate Becky's practical, easy-to-understand advice. Put your newfound knowledge to the test with 10 pieced and appliquéd projects designed to focus on specific aspects of color. Includes visual examples to explain all color topics.


Quilt Dot to Dot: Patterns for Today's Machine Quilter (Golden Threads) by Cheryl Barnes:  This new technique makes following the stitching path of any quilting design easier and faster. Cheryl's book includes ready-to-use quilting patterns - Geometric, Folk Art, Elegant, Masculine, Juvenile, Traditional, and more.


Quilting for Baby by Jeanne Stauffer & Sandra L. Hatch:  Welcome baby home with over 50 baby quilts & accessories to stitch.




Quilting in Black & White by House of White Birches:  The book includes projects that are completely black and white, and also includes designs that have splashes of color, or just splashes of black and white. Techniques used include appliqué, patchwork, and foundation piecing. Each design is shown in a lifestyle photograph, has an assembly diagram, and is accompanied by a complete materials list and step-by-step instructions.


Quilting Possibilities: Freehand Filler Patters by Sue Patten:  Here are three dozen traditional pieced blocks with full-sized worksheets that help identify the areas that need quilting. Multiply this by your choice of four different filler categories: flames, feathers, spheres, or swirls.



Quilting Your Memories: Inspirations for Designing with Image Transfers by Sandy Bonsib: Learn to transfer photographs, children's drawings, and more onto fabric. Then gather inspiration from more than 50 spectacular quilts and stitch up a personal tribute to the meaningful people and events in your life.




The Quiltmaker’s Gift by: Jeff Brumbeau & Gail de Marken:  When a generous quiltmaker finally agrees to make a quilt for a greedy king, but only under certain conditions, she causes him to undergo a change of heart. Each page highlights a different quilt block pattern whose name relates to the unfolding story.


The Quiltmaker’s Journey by: Jeff Brumbeau & Gail de Marken:  Escaping from the protective walls of wealth and privilege, a young girl discovers the harsh world outside, where some people don't have as much as others. When she realizes that she has the power to help them, the young girl finds a strength and peace she never knew before. Making the loveliest quilts in all the land, the young girl decides to give them away.



Quilts for Chocolate Lovers by Janet Jones Worley:  From the warmth by the fire Hot Chocolate quilt, to intriguing Black Forest and spicy LaChocolata quilts, you'll be captivated by the 15 projects in this book and by the shareable recipes that accompany a number of the projects.




Rags to Riches: The Quilt as Art by Laurie Swim:  This is Laurie’s 3rd book. In it, she tells the stories behind the creation of her pictorial quilts. She discusses how she achieves the works, what they mean to her and what inspires her.






Reasons and Seasons to Celebrate by Tracy MacKay:  8 projects to piece, appliqué, and embroider: Hallelujah Nativity, Autumn Prairie, Sunflower Summer, Love Bird, America the Beautiful, The March Hare, Bee Industrious, and Let It Snow.




Red & White Quilts: Infinite Variety: Presented by The American Folk Art Museum  by Elizabeth V. Warren with Maggi Gordon: This significant catalog is a highly detailed look at the worlds most celebrated collection of red and white quilts. Featuring over 650 quilts from the past three centuries, this book is filled with the gorgeous and imaginative designs of feathered stars, diamonds, animals, oak leaves, baskets, lettering, and snowflakes, as well as fascinating examples of careful embroidery and appliqué.


Ribbon Star Quilts by Nancy Mahoney:  Nancy Mahoney reveals the incredible versatility of the Ribbon Star block a quilt block of her own design. Choose from five quilts that feature a traditional-style block enhanced by the illusion of woven ribbons.





Ricky Tim’s Kool Kaleidoscope Quilts by Ricky Tims:  Create a spectacular kaleidoscope quilt with Ricky's unique strip-piecing method for making a multi-faceted pattern. You'll see impressive and intricate results from simple sets of strips; it's foolproof with little need for pre-planning.




Rolling Along: Easy Quilts From 2 1/2” Strips by Nancy J. Martin: Jelly Rolls are made up of assorted 2 1/2" strips, all rolled up and ready to go. Discover Nancy's special tips for making the most of these creative cuts.





Scrap Basket Surprises by Kim Brackett:  Get scrap happy with 18 projects designed for 2 1/2" strips! You can cut strips from your stash or use convenient precut Jelly Rolls. The projects feature easy triangle-free piecing in a variety of fabrics, from batiks and reproduction prints to florals and folk-art designs.




Scrappy Duos: Color Recipes for Quilt Blocks (That Patchwork Place by Donna Lynn Thomas:  These 20 versatile block patterns are assembled two at a time, featuring a different set of scrap fabrics for each pair. Donnas simple "duo approach" not only makes piecing blocks more efficient, it guarantees crisp, clear color combinations that will dazzle the eye.

Scratherapy by Joan Ford:  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.



Seamingly Scrappy: Get the Look You Love with Fat Quarters and Precuts by Rebecca Silbaugh:  Choose from 10 innovative quilt patterns and learn the secrets of the Seamingly Scrappy technique. Save yourself time and energy by using fat quarters, fat eighths, 2 1/2" strips, and 5" and 10" squares.





Sensational Sashiko:Japanese Appliqué and Quilting by Machine (That Patchwork Place) by Sharon :  Stitch 10 projects including a sampler, a wall hanging, and a table runner · Quilt as you go; then join blocks the reversible-quilt way for stunning, stress-free results · Gorgeous machine-stitched appliqué designs add new dimension to Sashiko quilts.




Serendipity Quilts: Cutting Loose Fabric Collage by Susan Carlson:  Clear, visual lessons help you let go of "the rules". Four projects go from beginner to advanced. Create beautiful, color-rich, impressionistic quilts. Save those scraps! Discover the joy and freedom of creating collage-style quilts without rules and measurements.




Sew the Perfect Gift : 25 Handmade Projects from Top Designers by The Patchwork Place:  Stitch striking table runners, pillows, and quilts, plus stylish bags, practical totes, funky bracelets, a pincushion, upcycled projects including a cup cozy and scarf, and many other unique accessories. Sew, quilt, appliqué, and embroider gifts for the holidays and other special occasions.




Simple Triangles:  11 Deceptively Easy Quilts Featuring Stars, Daisies & Pinwheels by Barbara H. Cline: 11 stunning quilts in varying shapes and sizes. She shows you straightforward techniques to make complex-looking designs by combining simple shapes—triangles, trapezoids, diamonds. Plus, youll discover how to use color and value to make these quilts glow. Includes skill-building techniques from strip piecing to Y-seams.



Smithtown Stitchers Apple Recipes by Smithtown Stitchers




Stack-n-Whackier Quilts by Bethany S. Reynolds:  Patterns include contemporary and classic choices from: Butterflies, Fans, Flowers, Optical Illusions, and more. *Same easy-to-follow format and charts as 'Stack-n-Whack'. *12 new 'Stack-n-Whack' quilt patterns using three simple methods: Basic Stack-n-Whack, Stack-n-Select, and Magic Mirror-Image.



Star Shadows by Deb Tucker:  Create the illusion of stars floating over the surface of a quilt and casting shadows below using your Wing Clipper I tool (included) Deb was inspired by a Judy Martin block and then varied the star sizes, the layout and the border to create a unique design. Instructions are for a wall quilt, but suggestions are included for larger size projects.




StrataVarious Quilts by Barbara Persing & Mary Hoover:  Slice and sew fat quarters into 9 fabulous quilts with this beginner-friendly strip technique.






Step by Step Free Motion Quilting by Chrstina Cameli:  Working from a set of nine simple shapes, such as circles, wavy lines, and loops, she walks you through the basic elements via easy-to-doodle illustrations.




Table Please Part One by Art to Heart:  This book is all things for the table. The book has 15 projects including 9 table runners placemats, centerpieces, and chair covers. Part One covers Spring/Summer and Birthday celebrations.





Table Runners a Second Helping by Brenda Henning: Brenda has cooked up another batch of delicious table runners. Exciting designs and sparkling colors, make these bite-sized treats perfect for a weekend project. All table runners in this book are made using triangle foundation grids from the Triangulations 3.0 disc



Table Toppers by Debbie Field: The 16 quick-to-complete projects will inspire settings for each season ranging form sunflowers and spring to harvest and holidays. Features include: 150 appliqué patterns; 16 quick-to-finish projects; Over 100 full-color illustrations and diagrams; Full-size appliqué patterns; Clear, step-by-step instructions; Basic appliqué instructions.

Tabletop Quilts: The Best of Fons & Porter by Marianne Fons & Liz Porter: Reflecting whimsical as well as traditional looks, more than 20 quilts are sized and designed especially for use in the kitchen, on the patio, and on accent tables throughout the home. The patterns are organized by the seasons of the year, showcasing vibrant flowers, soft scrappy looks, cheery holiday themes, traditional stars, and other favorites chosen from issues of Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting magazine.


Teach Yourself to Machine Quilt by Better Homes & Gardens:  Whether you're a seasoned machine quilter or a novice who's always wanted to learn to machine-quilt, this one-stop, quilter-tested reference guide will show you everything you need to know about this exciting technique. This 48-page book includes information about all the basic supplies you'll need, plus an assortment of useful gadgets you might enjoy adding to your quilting cache.



That Perfect Stitch: The Secrets of Fine Hand Stitching by Roxanne McElroy:  Quilters will learn to achieve more stitches per inch and create even quilting lines, resulting in a finer quality quilt that both showcases the quilter's creative and technical skills and withstands the test of time. 20 original quilting designs for block, borders, and whole quilts.



Thread Magic by Ellen Anne Eddy: Ellen Anne Eddy is an internationally known fiber artist whose wall art goes beyond the traditional concept of quilting. Fish, bugs, birds, and frogs are found throughout her art, blending her dreams and vision with the natural world. She uses hand-dyed fabrics, lames, machine embroidery, cut-away appliqué, and layered sheers to create the illusion of flames, water, and mist in her work.The chapters guide the reader step-by-step with everything from "Looking at Quilts" to "Rehabilitating Troubled Quilts."


Thread Work Unraveled by Sarah Ann Smith:  A compendium of everything you need to know about that most essential of quilting notions thread! Sarah Ann Smith unravels the secrets behind how it's made, how to select the right thread for the right job, and how to use it to enhance your piecing, appliqué, and quilting. And not just thread! Learn about needles, machines, fabrics, stabilizers, marking tools, and more!



Tips for Quilters by Rachel Pellman: Quilting expert Rachel Pellman offers candid, clear hints that will be of value to both the novice and the experienced quiltmaker. Filled with shortcuts and practical knowledge, the book overflows with advice about the whole process of making a quilt--from selecting fabric to adjusting quilt templates to negotiating curves.



Tips for Quilting by The Staff of The Old Country Store: This handbook is full of hints, shortcuts, and practical know-how from experienced quilters.The quilting experts at The Old Country Store have assembled wisdom from a premiere group of thousands of quilters -- those women who have perfected precise piecing, who know how to prevent thread from knotting, who continually experiment with new batting, new tools, new techniques.

Trash to Treasure Pineapple Quilts by Gyleen Fitzgerald: Seven incredible designs are accompanied by basic instructions in this portfolio of quilting inspiration, geared to show quilters how to turn their scraps and stash into dynamic and unique pineapple quilts. The included designs span from mosaic to stylized traditional patterns, all bounding with blasts of color.



Traveling America in Appliqué by Ursela Michael:Ursula's 100 patterns and fun "travelogue" will help you capture in fabric all the wonders of a great nation, from a towering city skyline to wolves howling in the moonlight. Choose your favorite blocks to create any number of decorative items -- whether quilts, tote bags, wall hangings, or table runners.



Tula Pink’s City Sampler: 100 Modern Quilt Blocks by Tula Pink: Make a beautiful, modern quilt of your own design with the 100 original quilt blocks or try one of the 5 city-themed sampler quilts designed by Tula.




Turning Twenty by Tricia Cribs:  Turn 20 fat quarters into a beautiful quilt in 4 hours!






Twist-and-Turn Bargello Quilts by Eileen Wright:  Here are bargello quilts like you've never seen them before! Instead of streaking up and down, these 11 designs wave, twist, and curve to create beautiful shapes with incredible movement.




Two From One Jelly Roll Quilts by Pam & Nicky Lintotti: The basis of all the quilts in this book is just half a Jelly Roll! Each Jelly Roll makes two different quilt designs each made from twenty strips from the Jelly Roll. The two designs from the same strip roll look totally different both in design and color.




Two Patch Scrap Quilts by Pat Yamin:  Directions and templates for hand or machine piecing are given for 21 classic Two-Patch patterns in three quilt sizes-63 possible projects in all.






Two Hour Quilted Christmas Projects by Cheri Saffiote: 40 projects that feature homespun sayings intended to warm and inspire are included in this book.



Twosey-Foursey Quilts by Cathy Wierzbicki:  Twenty projects all begin with 2½" or 4½" fabric strips. With this speedy method, even half-square and quarter-square triangles can be cut from strips.





Vintage Quilts by Aug,Newman, & Roy:  This book identifies hundreds of quilt patterns and gives the rationale for the appraisal of each style, pattern, and era of the 650 quilts shown. Closeups of patterns and vintage fabric swatches of American quilts from the 1800s to the 1950s. 224 pages.




Visual Coloring: A Foolproof Approach to Color-Rich Quilts by Joen Wolfram: Color expert Joen Wolfrom takes the mystery out of choosing just-right colors and fabrics with her visual coloring technique.





Viva Venezia! by Christine Porter:  Recreate the grandeur of Venice in 10 splendid quilts inspired by mosaic floor tiles.






Vivacious Curvy Quilts by Dianne S. Hire: Eleven wallhanging projects are self-developed as you learn the ins and outs of each technique. Multiple methods assure good results every time a curve is pieced, whether continuous, vessel-shaped, circular, crescent, or a combination.



Why Quilts Matter by The Kentucky Quilt Project: This is a CD







Wonky One Block Quilts by Marious Carter: 8 projects use a simple rotary cutting technique to make traditional large quilt blocks just wonky enough.