Try it on Tuesday: Liberty Love

C&T Publishing sent me a copy of Liberty Love by Alexia Marcelle Abegg    to review.  I have to say that I have heard some hype about this book via Red Pepper Quilts and Film in the Frig blogs as well as a whole Liberty Love Pinterest Page.  There is a Flickr page for Liberty Love too.

Liberty Love by C Publishing, via Flickr

The main quilt that everyone is loving is the Marcella Medallion quilt.  I have to admit after seeing all the different variations via Flickr and Pinterest, I love it too.

Liberty Love: 25 Projects to Quilt and Sew Featuring Liberty of London Fabrics: Amazon.co.uk: Alexia Marcelie Abegg: Books

The book is FULL of projects.

Liberty Love by Alexia Abegg from Stash Books!

There are projects that aren’t quilts too…ipod or Kindle covers.

Liberty Love by Alexia Abegg from Stash Books!

Even clothing patterns….

Liberty Love by Alexia Abegg from Stash Books

and bag patterns.

Liberty Love by Alexia Abegg from Stash Books!
I’ve been wanting to make a medallion quilt.  In fact, making one is on my bucket list.  Even though I write and tell you about other projects in the book, I am still stuck on the medallion quilt…I really like it lots!!

Back to the review….there are lots and lots of projects in the book and they vary from beginner to advanced.  It’s a good bang from your buck if you like sewing other things besides quilts too.

Sadly, I only have my ebook copy and not one to give away.  Update!!  I do have and ebook copy to give away.  Leave a comment here and we’ll pick a winner next week.

Oh and if you are looking for a chance to win a $100 gift card that Poise and BlogHer are sponsoring, you can find that on our blog here.

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39 thoughts on “Try it on Tuesday: Liberty Love

  1. Auntie Clark

    I like e-books. They take up less room. More room for fabric. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  2. Eileen

    This looks like a great book. I just checked out my first quilting e-book from my library, and I like the format. I’d love to win this one. Thanks for the give-away!

  3. Sylvia

    The medallion quilt looks great and an e book is a wonderful format. Thanks for allowing me a chance to win.

  4. Margery

    I too like medallion quilts. Really like some of the other projects, will have to watch for the book if I don’t win this one.
    Thanks Jo.

    Marge

  5. Karen

    Jo, love your blog. The e-book looks great. I’m particularly drawn to the Ipad case. I just got an Ipad and would love to make a classy case for it. Thanks for the opportunity.

  6. Twyla

    I would love a quilt book for my kindle! !! It would be fun to make the star quilt, looks like big pieces. Love your blog, it’s my morning “newspaper ” read.

  7. Teresa Harrison

    Hello Jo, just checking in, it is been a while, I’m working now and don’t blog as much. I would love the e-book. Love your posts, keep up the good work. Teresa

  8. Cindy

    I’d love a chance to win this ebook. I would like to start making more things other than quilts. Thanks for the offer.

  9. Bonnie Larson

    Looks like a great book. Thanks so much for sharing. I would love to give it a new home.

  10. Susan Lock

    Oooh now I really want this book every time I see it I want to buy it but I need to cut back I have a sizable library. An Ebola would be great it doesn’t take up any physical space and then my husband can’t see it lol!!!!!

  11. Judy

    I am running out of bookshelf space for books, so an e-book would be great. Thanks for the chance to win.

  12. Lenie

    That looks like a book I would really like! Maybe an e-book is something that could much more easy be send overseas! So that could give me a chance to win?

  13. Marsha Kestner

    That quilt looks interesting. I love the ebooks! I have no more room for sewing supplies so I would love another ebook. Thanks for the chance to win!

  14. Cindy in NC

    I love the spools quilt in this book. The spools have just the right proportions to look realistic and would be a great way to “document” your scraps.

    Cindy in NC

  15. Rita S.

    I would love the e-book. Looks like there are some great patterns in this book. Love the iPad cover.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  16. Janinne

    I like he idea of different kinds of sewing projects in one book – be it e or the kind with pages to turn.

  17. Carol

    I’d really like to try out this book – the Liberty of London lines are simply gorgeous! And I like to sew in many different mediums to keep fresh and up to date. Here’s to luck!

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