Not too long ago I told you that books from Martingale Publishing were going for dirt cheap prices on Amazon. You can read that post HERE. I ended up buying the book County Seat Quilts. You can read the review of that book HERE.
Well as I was writing that review, I ended up seeing a different book that I had my eye on and it as well, was at a greatly discounted price. The book was Sweater Weather by Susan Ache.
This is a smaller book with only eight quilts included.
It’s not my typical quilt but I really really like the quilt you see below.
This was a pretty wall hanging…
I was talking to a blog reader and she mentioned that she was making a quilt for her granddaughter’s wedding but her granddaughter didn’t want anything quilt looking. The one below would be perfect.
I’m not a Halloween girl but if I was…I’d be making this quilt. So cute!
I can see myself pulling out some reproduction fabrics and making this low key quilt.
Here’s the cover quilt. I really do like it. So clean looking.
The chances of me making any of these quilts isn’t the highest. I have so many quilts on my list that I’d like to make. I do however LOVE looking at quilts. I love to see how designers work with borders. I love to see how they work with colors. I REALLY loved reading about how the plaid quilt was constructed. All of that sparks ideas in my own design.
The book was cheaper than a magazine…so why not? You can find the book HERE on Amazon. When I got it, it was right around $10.
I’m a little worried. I write a review and then see another book I might like. I ended up seeing this one…At the time I’m writing this, the book is only $6. Oh, my word. I have to stop looking.