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Our collection of the best quilting supplies, fabric, and notions keeps growing all of the time. Constantly updated, you'll find all the great products we've added within the last month here. Check back often!


Aunt Barb's Bread Book
Yesterday's Bread for Today's Kitchen. Here are breads like your grandmother used to bake! Follow the recipes in this book and you'll be baking up your great grandmother's wholesome, tasty hearth-baked breads in your own kitchen today! You'll be amazed by the stunning loaves and rolls you pluck from new or vintage cast ironware, baking stones, or everyday gizmos that produce yesterday's radiant cooking environments for your modern oven, wood fireplace, or campfire. Recipes from 1820 through 1920 include harvest apple bread, whole-grain little gem bread, oat sandwich loaf, buttermilk rolls and more. Period photographs, history of 19th Century American Bread and baking with local flour are also included. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

Price: $9.99    
 


Children at the Hearth
Eat your way back in time and enter the world of American children as they lived 150 years ago. Sample foods, folklore and games found in the parlors of the wealthy, the boarding houses of the working class, and the cabins on the western frontier. Children at the Hearth is filled with 19th Century cooking, manners and games. Includes over 60 vintage photos plus historic recipes like cat head biscuits, sugar plums and hobo mulligan stew. Learn to make snow candles and snow taffy, tell Appalachian ghost stories and play roley hole and jack straws. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

Price: $9.99    
 


Early American Cookery
This amazing piece of folk history was originally published in 1896 amidst a colonial revival frenzy that swept America's eastern seaboard in the 1890s. Determined to preserve American colonial cooking, Margaret Hooker collected quaint and curious recipes and remedies that appear to have come from old and reliable sources ranging form the mid-1700s to mid-1800s. Her 266 original illustrations of cooking utensils give us a glimpse of colonial America as seen through the eyes of a young artist and teacher of 1896. Recipes, beauty secrets, etiquette, candle making and household hints are included. Written in 18th century long S style print. Author: Margaret Huntington Hooker; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 248 pages.

Price: $18.99    
 


Lunch Hour Embroidery
Make every day an embroidery day! Start with the 75 fun motifs in this book, plus capital and lowercase letters. Each illustration is easy to trace and sew. You can enlarge or reduce them as you transfer them to clothing, linens, bags and more. This project is perfectly portable so that you can hand sew wherever you go. Illustrator: Adrienne Smitke, Martingale Press; 64 pages; softcover.

Price: $21.99    
 


Stashtastic
Using as few as eight and as many as 30 fat quarters, the 12 quilts in this book can be turned into beautiful lap and bed sized quilts. Each quilt is shown in two different colorways, one darker and more subdued and the other light and bright. There's plenty of inspiration, along with instructions for creating each quilt. Author: Doug Leko, Martingale Press, 80 pages; softcover.

Price: $25.99    
 


Start with Strips
These gorgeous, colorful quilts all start with 2-1/2" fabric strips. Author Susan Ache shows you her tricks for sorting, without worrying about choosing colors or prints. Whether you use jelly rolls, yardage, or scraps from your stash, you'll love creating these beautiful quilts. Author: Susan Ache; Martingale Press; 80 pages; softcover.

Price: $25.99    
 


Overall Boys Block of the Month
The Overall Boys are here! Suspender Sam, Overall Bill, Fisherman Fred, Farmer Ted and others are featured in 12 traditional applique blocks to complement our Sunbonnet Sue. Each kit includes the fabric and pattern you need to make a 12" quilt block. Whether you choose to make this with traditional or fusible web applique, we think you will enjoy creating this quilt. Completed size is 57" x 72". Click through for program details.

Price: $19.95 Start Up Fee   
 


Patsy's Pie Shop Block Club - 1930s Colorway
There is always something incredibly delicious on the menu at Patsy's Pie Shop! You'll discover a whole new group of characters, enjoy excellent pie recipes, and have a heaping helping of fun, all in short order! Each month you'll find pie-inspired quilt blocks, tasty recipes, and oodles of information. The club also includes 12 different pie-themed patterns to embroider and sew, plus word search puzzles and fun dinner lingo quizzes. Completed size of the quilt is approximately 57" x 72". Click through for club details.

Price: $19.99 per month   
 


Homeland Army Block Club - Patriotic Colorway
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This is one of our most popular clubs! Sacrifice was the word of the day for women during World War I. In addition to being asked to give up their loved ones, women were expected to maintain the family morale, bring home a paycheck, give up certain items of food and clothing, and labor for social causes. And yet the choices these women made during this stunning period of change continue to impact our own lives today. Each month you will receive the fabric and pattern to make a 12" quilt block. A newsletter packed with history, adventure, embroidery pattern, and more is also included. Completed size of the quilt is approximately 62" x 76". Click through for more details.

Price: $19.99 per month   
 


Homeland Army Block Club - Batiks Colorway
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This is one of our most popular clubs! Sacrifice was the word of the day for women during World War I. In addition to being asked to give up their loved ones, women were expected to maintain the family morale, bring home a paycheck, give up certain items of food and clothing, and labor for social causes. And yet the choices these women made during this stunning period of change continue to impact our own lives today. Each month you will receive the fabric and pattern to make a 12" quilt block. A newsletter packed with history, adventure, embroidery pattern, and more is also included. Completed size of the quilt is approximately 62" x 76". Click through for more details.

Price: $19.99 per month   
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