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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!

180 More Doodle Quilting Designs
Doodle quilting allows you to trace and draw designs that you can turn into a quilt. You'll learn how to free-motion quilt as you trace a doodle, draw a doodle freehand and quilt a doodle with ease. Design sets for blocks, borders, and corners include lines, waves, squiggles, loops, curves, pebbles, swirls, curls, feathers, flowers and more. Authors: Karen M. Burns and Amelia Johanson; Martingale Press; 128 pages; softcover.

Price: $28.99    

Visible Mending
If you've got a rip in your jeans, snag in a sweater or tear in a tea towel, the mending techniques in this book are half how-to guide and half idea book. Written so that anyone can give worn and torn items new life, you'll learn boro, embroidery, patching and darning. There are 35 examples and more than 150 photos to make it easy to put your unique mark on everything you mend. Author: Jenny Wilding Cardon; Martingale Press; 80 pages; softcover.

Price: $23.99 Jenny Wilding Cardon   

Fat Quarter Favorites
The 13 quilts in this book can all be made with fat quarters. There are fresh takes on classic quilt blocks, including Jacob's Ladder, Churn Dash and Pinwheels. Traditional piecing and fusible applique are included. Author: Karen M. Burns; Martingale Press; 64 pages; softcover.

Price: $22.99    

Log Cabin Cooking
Pioneer Recipes and Food Lore. Peppered with 19th century photographs, Log Cabin Cooking is smothered with old-time recipes, kitchen proverbs, even a pinch of proper pioneer etiquette! Make-do recipes include Leather Britches, Ash Cake and Portable Soup, using the ingredients available to settlers 150 year ago! Other goodies include hand-dipped candle making, soup warnings, molasses taffy, faux foods, zucchini clarinet and ginger beer. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 64 pages.

Price: $9.99    

Lost Art of Pie Making Made Easy
Make a darn good pie in a jiffy! You'll feel like you're back in your grandma's kitchen as she shows you how to roll out her flaky, tender pie crust. Recipes date from 1831, many from 19th century handwritten cooking journals. Includes old time pie lore, pie insults, why men love pie, pie contest tips, vintage photos, historic recipes, and more. Additional materials include overcoming pie crust fear, 12 pies husbands love best, and advice from 1930s pie aunts. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

Price: $9.99    

Old Time Farmhouse Cooking
Climb down off your tractor and dig into some old-fashioned, farm-fresh comfort food! Cranberry stew is simmering on the old wood cook stove along with sweet corn freshly pulled from the stalks. Try a dab of this farm-churned golden butter on the orange rye bread warm from the oven. Whether you're a born farmer or a country-minded city person, you'll enjoy these creative rural American recipes from a time when the food was wholesome and life was full of fresh air and sunshine. Recipes, stories, jokes, advice, farm lore and illustrations were collected from a wide variety of agricultural sources from the 1880s-1950s. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

Price: $9.99    

Picnic Time
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Let's have a picnic! First, we'll craft a picnic basket from vintage treasures and fill it with classic and creative picnic fare. Then we're off to backyard, forest, roadside or campfire to enjoy festive sandwiches, garden slaws, fire roasted spreads, homemade raspberry marshmallows and more. Make a tin-can hobo stove, learn about roasting hot dogs on a nifty 1924 Model-T Ford exhaust manifold cooker and discover helpful hints to make your picnic special and easy. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 80 pages; softcover.

Price: $9.99    

Take Two and Butter Them While They're Hot
This book is packed with heirloom recipes and kitchen wisdom. You'll cook your heart out with generations of hand-me-down recipes and food lore! Author Barbara Swell has whisked up weather and cooking folklore, food insults, old-time home remedies, vintage photographs, romance superstitions, hearth crafts and 19th century chores. Recipes include Brunswick Stew, Holiday Saffron Bread, Chicken Pie, Fried Green Tomatoes, Apricot Strudel and Lemon Pie Cake. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

Price: $9.99    

The Pioneer Village Cookbook
Step into our log cabin village and sample authentic pioneer cooking. From New England to Texas, the Appalachians to Pike's Peak, pioneer cooks had to be tough and self-sufficient--able to whip up hearty meals with little more than an iron pot and a sharp knife. Recipes range from Chisholm Trail Chili to Appalachian Stack Cake and Grandma Cody's Applesauce Cookies. If pioneer life has left you bruised and battered, we've included some curious remedies and questionable cure-alls. This book is loaded with captivating snippets of information, recipes, vintage art and photographs. Author: Ann Chandonnet; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 168 pages.

Price: $18.99    

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    
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