Books & Tools

Quilts! Quilts!! Quilts!!!3rd Edition
Widely considered to be the best book for anyone wanting to learn how to quilt and improve their current skills, this comprehensive reference guide covers every tool, technique, skill and shortcut to help beginners become lifelong quiltmakers.

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Quilts Galore
This lavishly illustrated encyclopedia of styles and techniques helps quilters master the advanced skills used to create pieced, appliqu├ęd, broderie perse, trapunto, whole cloth, stenciled, crazy, and medallion quilts with easy-to-follow instructions and clear diagrams. Includes patterns for 26 quilts.

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Quilts, Quilts and More Quilts!
In addition to in-depth directions for making 32 quilts, this book offers excellent instructions on all aspects of quilting from preliminary preparations, through cutting and piecing, and on to borders, bindings, and quilting methods, plus a nice chapter on color choices. Patterns include star variations, album patch, nine-patch and many more.

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Say it With Quilts
This endearing collection of 23 quilts and the heartwarming stories behind them are provided with clear instructions and cutting charts for each project. With over 70 different block patterns included, this book is your guide to creating original quilt compositions.

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Q is for Quilt
Take a private quilting class and sharpen your quiltmaking skills with 19 cheerful and creative quilt projects made with traditional blocks. Start with simple blocks and techniques, then work your way up to more challenging and complex designs.

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Diana McClun & Laura Nownes Teach You Beginning Quiltmaking - DVD (75 minutes)
Take a private class on the basics of quiltmaking from two world-renowned teachers that includes a studio tour, interviews and a quilt gallery. Learn everything you need to get started making beautiful quilts! Quick-Start guide and PDF pattern included.
20-Degree Wedge Ruler

This wedge ruler differs from any others - the circle you make by sewing these fabric wedges together can easily be trimmed to make the popular hexagon shape.