Archive for November, 2011

Unlikely Progeny

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
Product Description
Hans Magnus Enzensberger has mastered poetry, novels, and the intricate balance between history and fiction, but he’s never done anything quite like this before. For the writing of Unlikely Progeny, Enzensberger developed a persona—Linda Quilt—complete with an imaginary biography. According to him, retired school teacher Linda Quilt was born in a small village near Stratford-upon-Avon, which has since vanished mysteriously from the maps of Great Britain and … More >>

Price: $7.99

Olive Kids Out of This World Comforter, Twin

Monday, November 21st, 2011
  • The twin comforter measures 66-inch by 86-inch
  • Colorful illustrations of planets, stars, asteroids, rockets, and even uses with outline stitching and printed reverse
  • Made from 180-thread-count 60/40 ultra soft cotton/poly blend
  • Machine wash cold, delicate cycle, tumble dry
  • Measures 68 by 86 inches; imported
Product Description
Out of This World twin comforter features colorful illustrations of planets, stars, asteroids and even UFOs. The comforter has outline stitching details and printed reverse. Made of soft cotton-rich fabric, it is machine washable for easy care…. More >>

Price: $69.99

Quilt Blocks Around the World: 50 Appliqué Patterns for International Cities & More – Mix & Match to Create Lasting Memories

Friday, November 18th, 2011
Product Description
You loved Quilt Blocks Across America—now author Debra Gabel shows you the rest of the world in her signature style. Debra’s sequel features 50 all new 6” square appliqué patterns for exciting locales like Tokyo, Sydney, and Venice, plus general travel-themed designs. Perfect for any kind of appliqué. An inspiring gallery of the quilt blocks “in action” gives you plenty of ideas for sewing something special to commemorate your travels…real or imagined…. More >>

Price: $14.93

Quilting for Peace: Make the World a Better Place One Stitch at a Time

Sunday, November 6th, 2011
Product Description
As crafters of all ages take to their sewing machines in unprecedented numbers, many of them join a movement to distribute hope and warmth to those in need through quilting. These are volunteers who have inherited a tradition of comfort and protest, and a belief that they can make the world a better place one stitich at a time. Quilting for Peace, the follow-up to STC’s Knitting for Peace, profiles these quilters in more than 25 essays about individuals and organ… More >>

Price: $3.83