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STC C raft F avorites Weekend Sewing More Than 40 Projects and Ideas for Inspired Stitching By Heather Ross; photographs by John Gruen 75 color photographs, 100 color illustrations, pullout pattern sheets, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-675-6 US $29.95 CAN $32.95

Kata G o l d a’ s Ha n d - S t i t c h e d F e lt 25 Whimsical Sewing Projects By Kata Golda; photographs by Frank White 60 color photographs, 65 illustrations, 128 pages, 8 ¼ x 8 ¼", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-798-2 US $19.95 CAN $25.95

Sewing Green 25 Projects Made with Repurposed & Organic Materials By Betz White; photographs by John Gruen 65 color photographs, pullout pattern sheet, 144 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-758-6 US $24.95 CAN $27.50

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Girls’ Best Book of Knitting, Sewing, and Embroidery By Virginie Desmoulins 65 color photographs, 75 color illustrations, 112 pages, 7 ¼ x 10 ¹/8", paper over board with die-cut paper doll, spiral bound. ISBN: 978-1-58479-600-8 US $19.95 CAN $23.95 See and Sew By Tina Davis 75 color and black-and-white illustrations, 152 pages, 7 ½ x 10 ½", hardcover with concealed wire-o binding. ISBN: 978-1-58479-491-2 US $19.95 CAN $27.95

STC C raft F avorites La s t- M i n u t e Pat c h w o r k + Q u i lt e d G i f t s By Joelle Hoverson; photographs by Anna Williams 75 color photographs, pullout template sheet, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-634-3 US $27.50 CAN $33.00 Mat e r i a l Ob s e s s i o n Modern Quilts with Traditional Roots By Sarah Fielke and Kathy Doughty; foreword by Kaffe Fassett; photographs by John Doughty 150 color photographs, 208 pages, 8 ¼ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-752-4 US $24.95 CAN $32.50

Wee Wonderfuls 24 Dolls to Sew and Love By Hillary Lang; photographs by Jen Gotch 60 color photographs, 75 illustrations, 168 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-858-3 US $27.50 CAN $35.95

Mat e r i a l Ob s e s s i o n 2 More Modern Quilts with Traditional Roots By Kathy Doughty and Sarah Fielke; photographs by John Doughty 185 color photographs, 140 illustrations, pullout pattern sheet, 224 pages, 8 ¼ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-880-4 US $27.50 CAN $35.95

Zakka Sewing 25 Japanese Projects for the Household By Therese Laskey and Chika Mori; photographs by Yoko Inoue 50 color photographs, 100  illustrations, 152 pages, 7 ¾ x 9 ¼", paperback with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-720-3 US $27.50 CAN $31.50

Ka f f e Fa s s e t t ' s S i m p l e S h ap e s Sp e c ta c u l a r Q u i lt s 23 Original Quilt Designs By Kaffe Fassett with Liza Prior Lucy; photographs by Debbie Patterson 225 color photographs, 192 pages, 9 x 10", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-837-8  US $35.00 CAN $42.00

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Q u i lt i n g f o r P e a c e Make the World a Better Place One Stitch at a Time By Katherine Bell; photographs by Thayer Allyson Gowdy 20 color photographs, 136 pages, 8 ¼ x 7 ¾", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-804-0 US $19.95 CAN $25.95 Q u i lt s 1 7 0 0 – 2 0 1 0 Hidden Histories, Untold Stories By Sue Prichard 118 color photographs, 224 pages, 9 ¾ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-85177-595-8 US $60.00 CAN $78.00

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Amy Butler’s M i d w e s t  M o d e r n A Fresh Design Spirit for the Modern Lifestyle By Amy Butler; photographs by David Butler 150 color photographs, 224 pages, 9 x 10", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-581-0 US $37.50 CAN $42.50

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A Compendium of Techniques for Stitching Fabric into Exciting New Forms and Fashions By Alison Reid; photographs by John Heseltine

20 Classic Accessories and Toys for Children By Liesl Gibson; photographs by Laurie Frankel; illustrations by Dan Andreasen

40 color photographs, 180 illustrations, 2 pullout pattern sheets and cardstock paper dolls, 136 pages, 7 ¾ x 9 ¼", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-910-8 US $27.50 CAN $33.00

Projects to sew for children from Oliver + S, the pattern company known for its fresh style, classic sensibility, and detailed, easy-to-follow instructions. Projects range from hats and bags to an art smock, cape, and tutu. Also included are paper dolls with clothes to cut out for them.

100 color photographs, 150 illustrations, 144 pages, 7 ½ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-911-5 US $22.50 CAN $26.95

SEWIN G B A SICS All You Need to Know About Machine and Hand Sewing By Sandra Bardwell

320 color photographs, 272 pages, 9 ¾ x 8 ¼", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-947-4 US $24.95 CAN $27.95

The ultimate reference for sewing at home, Sewing Basics covers everything from choosing fabric to operating a sewing machine to hand sewing, fitting, finishing, troubleshooting, and more. Both for beginners learning how to hem and for more experienced sewers who need help mastering advanced techniques, Sewing Basics is an invaluable reference to keep on hand for many years to come.

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A Guide to Hand-Sewing an Alabama Chanin Wardrobe By Natalie Chanin

A modern sourcebook of handand machine-embellishment techniques along with 20 projects demonstrating how to use them. Techniques include pleating, pintucking, cording, quilting, appliqué, and smocking.

200 color and black-and-white illustrations, 176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine ISBN: 978-1-58479-920-7  US $35.00 CAN $40.00

In the third installment of the stellar Alabama series, author Natalie Chanin presents all of the stenciling, hand-stitching, and beading techniques her company uses to create the award-winning Alabama Chanin line of organic cotton clothing, plus more than 50 variations that lead to infinite design possibilities. Included are patterns for dresses, skirts, tops, and accessories. An invaluable reference for any woman who has dreamed of creating her own gorgeous, handmade wardrobe.

Coming in Fall 2012 A d d i t i o n a l T i t l e s f r o m A l aba m a S e r i e s Ka f f e Fa s s e t t Dreaming in Color: A n A u t o b i o g r ap h y

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A l aba m a Stitch Book

ALABAMA STUDIO STYLE

Projects and Stories Celebrating Hand-Sewing, Quilting, and Embroidery for Contemporary Sustainable Style

More Projects, Recipes & Stories Celebrating Sustainable Fashion & Living

by Gretchen Hirsch

H e at h e r R o s s P r i n t s by Heather Ross

D E N Y S E SC H M I D T: M O D E R N Q U I L TS , Alabama Eyelets Circular Stitches TRA NA L we I NuseSthePterm IRATIO Nworked in a At Alabama Chanin, eyelet for stitches There are a number of decorative stitches that are worked aroundD ITIO

circle around a point, although the term more typically denotes a small 20 New Designs with Historic Roots decorative or utilitarian hole. To create our eyelets, first, use a disappearing-ink fabric pen to draw a circle the size you want on your projBy Denyse Schmidt; ect's top layer, or use existing shapes in a stenciled design. Pin the topphotographs John Gruen andby backing-layer fabrics together, making sure that the fabrics' grain

a central point to create a circular pattern. These stitches can be combined in infinite ways to create beautiful fabrics like the Eyelets and Ermine fabric shown at left.

lines run in the same direction. With a double strand of thread or four

Ermine Stitch

strands embroidery floss, love your thread, knot of off, and Denyse isofone of the leading quilters thestitch around Ermine stitch is a series of straight stitches worked around a centralSchmidt shape, using a parallel whipstitch (see page 25) to make a whipped point to form a six-pointed (or more) star. 21st century. the Known as a “modern” quilter, she eyelet, a blanket stitch (see page 23) to make a blanket-stitch eyelet, or adding one or to a straight stitch from to create a beaded eyelet. actually draws much ofmore herbeads creative vision Continue stitching around the circle until you arrive back at your starting quilts of the past. In her newest book, Schmidt pays point, and knot off the thread with a double knot on the same side of the A fabric on which and you originally your needle. homage to the quilters quiltsinserted that came before

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E 100 color photographs, pullout D pattern sheet, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 7/8", hardcover.

her. Among the 20 traditional designs she has reinterpreted are Irish Chain, Mariner’s Compass, Orange Peel, and Snake Working AlabamaTrail. Eyelets Each quilt is introduced with an overview of the pattern history, instructions are illustrated, and templates are provided full-size on a pullout pattern sheet.

ISBN: 978-1-58479-900-9 Bring needle up at A, go back down at B, and come up at C, making a perpendicular stitch for ermine’s center. Insert needle at D; come up USlong $29.95 CAN $32.95 at E, crossing over first perpendicular stitch; and go back down at F to complete cross.

by Kaffe Fassett

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By Natalie Chanin; photographs by Robert Rausch 75 color photographs, 125 illustrations, pullout pattern sheet, pullout stencil, bead-embroidery postcard, Chapter 5176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-638-1  US $37.50 CAN $42.50

By Natalie Chanin; photographs by Robert Rausch 75 color photographs, 100 illustrations, pullout pattern sheets, pullout stencil, 176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-823-1  US $35.00 CAN $45.50

Fa b r i c s A t o Z

The Essential Guide to Choosing and Using Fabric for Sewing Using a disappearing-ink fabric pen, By Dana Willard mark circles on top layer of fabric and

Stitch around circles using stitch of choice.

pin to bottom layer of fabric.

Fabrics A to Z is the essential guide for sewists and fabric lovers of all levels. From dotted swiss to silk charmeuse to faux fur, each of the more than 100 entries features a close-up photo of the fabric as well as an overview of its characteristics, ideal uses, and unique sewing requirements. Perfect for tossing into a bag when headed to the fabric store. 400 color photographs, 224 pages, 5 ¾ x 8 ¼", flexibind ISBN: 978-1-58479-956-6  US $22.50 CAN $25.50

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A Compendium of Techniques for Stitching Fabric into Exciting New Forms and Fashions By Alison Reid; photographs by John Heseltine

20 Classic Accessories and Toys for Children By Liesl Gibson; photographs by Laurie Frankel; illustrations by Dan Andreasen

40 color photographs, 180 illustrations, 2 pullout pattern sheets and cardstock paper dolls, 136 pages, 7 ¾ x 9 ¼", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-910-8 US $27.50 CAN $33.00

Projects to sew for children from Oliver + S, the pattern company known for its fresh style, classic sensibility, and detailed, easy-to-follow instructions. Projects range from hats and bags to an art smock, cape, and tutu. Also included are paper dolls with clothes to cut out for them.

100 color photographs, 150 illustrations, 144 pages, 7 ½ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-911-5 US $22.50 CAN $26.95

SEWIN G B A SICS All You Need to Know About Machine and Hand Sewing By Sandra Bardwell

320 color photographs, 272 pages, 9 ¾ x 8 ¼", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-947-4 US $24.95 CAN $27.95

The ultimate reference for sewing at home, Sewing Basics covers everything from choosing fabric to operating a sewing machine to hand sewing, fitting, finishing, troubleshooting, and more. Both for beginners learning how to hem and for more experienced sewers who need help mastering advanced techniques, Sewing Basics is an invaluable reference to keep on hand for many years to come.

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A Guide to Hand-Sewing an Alabama Chanin Wardrobe By Natalie Chanin

A modern sourcebook of handand machine-embellishment techniques along with 20 projects demonstrating how to use them. Techniques include pleating, pintucking, cording, quilting, appliqué, and smocking.

200 color and black-and-white illustrations, 176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine ISBN: 978-1-58479-920-7  US $35.00 CAN $40.00

In the third installment of the stellar Alabama series, author Natalie Chanin presents all of the stenciling, hand-stitching, and beading techniques her company uses to create the award-winning Alabama Chanin line of organic cotton clothing, plus more than 50 variations that lead to infinite design possibilities. Included are patterns for dresses, skirts, tops, and accessories. An invaluable reference for any woman who has dreamed of creating her own gorgeous, handmade wardrobe.

Coming in Fall 2012 A d d i t i o n a l T i t l e s f r o m A l aba m a S e r i e s Ka f f e Fa s s e t t Dreaming in Color: A n A u t o b i o g r ap h y

Gertie’s New Book for Better Sewing

A l aba m a Stitch Book

ALABAMA STUDIO STYLE

Projects and Stories Celebrating Hand-Sewing, Quilting, and Embroidery for Contemporary Sustainable Style

More Projects, Recipes & Stories Celebrating Sustainable Fashion & Living

by Gretchen Hirsch

H e at h e r R o s s P r i n t s by Heather Ross

D E N Y S E SC H M I D T: M O D E R N Q U I L TS , Alabama Eyelets Circular Stitches TRA NA L we I NuseSthePterm IRATIO Nworked in a At Alabama Chanin, eyelet for stitches There are a number of decorative stitches that are worked aroundD ITIO

circle around a point, although the term more typically denotes a small 20 New Designs with Historic Roots decorative or utilitarian hole. To create our eyelets, first, use a disappearing-ink fabric pen to draw a circle the size you want on your projBy Denyse Schmidt; ect's top layer, or use existing shapes in a stenciled design. Pin the topphotographs John Gruen andby backing-layer fabrics together, making sure that the fabrics' grain

a central point to create a circular pattern. These stitches can be combined in infinite ways to create beautiful fabrics like the Eyelets and Ermine fabric shown at left.

lines run in the same direction. With a double strand of thread or four

Ermine Stitch

strands embroidery floss, love your thread, knot of off, and Denyse isofone of the leading quilters thestitch around Ermine stitch is a series of straight stitches worked around a centralSchmidt shape, using a parallel whipstitch (see page 25) to make a whipped point to form a six-pointed (or more) star. 21st century. the Known as a “modern” quilter, she eyelet, a blanket stitch (see page 23) to make a blanket-stitch eyelet, or adding one or to a straight stitch from to create a beaded eyelet. actually draws much ofmore herbeads creative vision Continue stitching around the circle until you arrive back at your starting quilts of the past. In her newest book, Schmidt pays point, and knot off the thread with a double knot on the same side of the A fabric on which and you originally your needle. homage to the quilters quiltsinserted that came before

C

C

F B

E 100 color photographs, pullout D pattern sheet, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 7/8", hardcover.

her. Among the 20 traditional designs she has reinterpreted are Irish Chain, Mariner’s Compass, Orange Peel, and Snake Working AlabamaTrail. Eyelets Each quilt is introduced with an overview of the pattern history, instructions are illustrated, and templates are provided full-size on a pullout pattern sheet.

ISBN: 978-1-58479-900-9 Bring needle up at A, go back down at B, and come up at C, making a perpendicular stitch for ermine’s center. Insert needle at D; come up USlong $29.95 CAN $32.95 at E, crossing over first perpendicular stitch; and go back down at F to complete cross.

by Kaffe Fassett

Front cover photo: Natalie Chanin, from Alabama Studio Sewing + Design

Sewing & Quilting 12 brochure.indd 2

Al a b a m a S t ud i o Se w i n g + D e s i g n

s t i t c h m ag i c

Oliver + s: Little things to sew

new

80

By Natalie Chanin; photographs by Robert Rausch 75 color photographs, 125 illustrations, pullout pattern sheet, pullout stencil, bead-embroidery postcard, Chapter 5176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-638-1  US $37.50 CAN $42.50

By Natalie Chanin; photographs by Robert Rausch 75 color photographs, 100 illustrations, pullout pattern sheets, pullout stencil, 176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-823-1  US $35.00 CAN $45.50

Fa b r i c s A t o Z

The Essential Guide to Choosing and Using Fabric for Sewing Using a disappearing-ink fabric pen, By Dana Willard mark circles on top layer of fabric and

Stitch around circles using stitch of choice.

pin to bottom layer of fabric.

Fabrics A to Z is the essential guide for sewists and fabric lovers of all levels. From dotted swiss to silk charmeuse to faux fur, each of the more than 100 entries features a close-up photo of the fabric as well as an overview of its characteristics, ideal uses, and unique sewing requirements. Perfect for tossing into a bag when headed to the fabric store. 400 color photographs, 224 pages, 5 ¾ x 8 ¼", flexibind ISBN: 978-1-58479-956-6  US $22.50 CAN $25.50

Embellishing with Beads, Sequins + Embroidery

www.melaniefalickbooks.com

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A Compendium of Techniques for Stitching Fabric into Exciting New Forms and Fashions By Alison Reid; photographs by John Heseltine

20 Classic Accessories and Toys for Children By Liesl Gibson; photographs by Laurie Frankel; illustrations by Dan Andreasen

40 color photographs, 180 illustrations, 2 pullout pattern sheets and cardstock paper dolls, 136 pages, 7 ¾ x 9 ¼", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-910-8 US $27.50 CAN $33.00

Projects to sew for children from Oliver + S, the pattern company known for its fresh style, classic sensibility, and detailed, easy-to-follow instructions. Projects range from hats and bags to an art smock, cape, and tutu. Also included are paper dolls with clothes to cut out for them.

100 color photographs, 150 illustrations, 144 pages, 7 ½ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-911-5 US $22.50 CAN $26.95

SEWIN G B A SICS All You Need to Know About Machine and Hand Sewing By Sandra Bardwell

320 color photographs, 272 pages, 9 ¾ x 8 ¼", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-947-4 US $24.95 CAN $27.95

The ultimate reference for sewing at home, Sewing Basics covers everything from choosing fabric to operating a sewing machine to hand sewing, fitting, finishing, troubleshooting, and more. Both for beginners learning how to hem and for more experienced sewers who need help mastering advanced techniques, Sewing Basics is an invaluable reference to keep on hand for many years to come.

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A Guide to Hand-Sewing an Alabama Chanin Wardrobe By Natalie Chanin

A modern sourcebook of handand machine-embellishment techniques along with 20 projects demonstrating how to use them. Techniques include pleating, pintucking, cording, quilting, appliqué, and smocking.

200 color and black-and-white illustrations, 176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine ISBN: 978-1-58479-920-7  US $35.00 CAN $40.00

In the third installment of the stellar Alabama series, author Natalie Chanin presents all of the stenciling, hand-stitching, and beading techniques her company uses to create the award-winning Alabama Chanin line of organic cotton clothing, plus more than 50 variations that lead to infinite design possibilities. Included are patterns for dresses, skirts, tops, and accessories. An invaluable reference for any woman who has dreamed of creating her own gorgeous, handmade wardrobe.

Coming in Fall 2012 A d d i t i o n a l T i t l e s f r o m A l aba m a S e r i e s Ka f f e Fa s s e t t Dreaming in Color: A n A u t o b i o g r ap h y

Gertie’s New Book for Better Sewing

A l aba m a Stitch Book

ALABAMA STUDIO STYLE

Projects and Stories Celebrating Hand-Sewing, Quilting, and Embroidery for Contemporary Sustainable Style

More Projects, Recipes & Stories Celebrating Sustainable Fashion & Living

by Gretchen Hirsch

H e at h e r R o s s P r i n t s by Heather Ross

D E N Y S E SC H M I D T: M O D E R N Q U I L TS , Alabama Eyelets Circular Stitches TRA NA L we I NuseSthePterm IRATIO Nworked in a At Alabama Chanin, eyelet for stitches There are a number of decorative stitches that are worked aroundD ITIO

circle around a point, although the term more typically denotes a small 20 New Designs with Historic Roots decorative or utilitarian hole. To create our eyelets, first, use a disappearing-ink fabric pen to draw a circle the size you want on your projBy Denyse Schmidt; ect's top layer, or use existing shapes in a stenciled design. Pin the topphotographs John Gruen andby backing-layer fabrics together, making sure that the fabrics' grain

a central point to create a circular pattern. These stitches can be combined in infinite ways to create beautiful fabrics like the Eyelets and Ermine fabric shown at left.

lines run in the same direction. With a double strand of thread or four

Ermine Stitch

strands embroidery floss, love your thread, knot of off, and Denyse isofone of the leading quilters thestitch around Ermine stitch is a series of straight stitches worked around a centralSchmidt shape, using a parallel whipstitch (see page 25) to make a whipped point to form a six-pointed (or more) star. 21st century. the Known as a “modern” quilter, she eyelet, a blanket stitch (see page 23) to make a blanket-stitch eyelet, or adding one or to a straight stitch from to create a beaded eyelet. actually draws much ofmore herbeads creative vision Continue stitching around the circle until you arrive back at your starting quilts of the past. In her newest book, Schmidt pays point, and knot off the thread with a double knot on the same side of the A fabric on which and you originally your needle. homage to the quilters quiltsinserted that came before

C

C

F B

E 100 color photographs, pullout D pattern sheet, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 7/8", hardcover.

her. Among the 20 traditional designs she has reinterpreted are Irish Chain, Mariner’s Compass, Orange Peel, and Snake Working AlabamaTrail. Eyelets Each quilt is introduced with an overview of the pattern history, instructions are illustrated, and templates are provided full-size on a pullout pattern sheet.

ISBN: 978-1-58479-900-9 Bring needle up at A, go back down at B, and come up at C, making a perpendicular stitch for ermine’s center. Insert needle at D; come up USlong $29.95 CAN $32.95 at E, crossing over first perpendicular stitch; and go back down at F to complete cross.

by Kaffe Fassett

Front cover photo: Natalie Chanin, from Alabama Studio Sewing + Design

Sewing & Quilting 12 brochure.indd 2

Al a b a m a S t ud i o Se w i n g + D e s i g n

s t i t c h m ag i c

Oliver + s: Little things to sew

new

80

By Natalie Chanin; photographs by Robert Rausch 75 color photographs, 125 illustrations, pullout pattern sheet, pullout stencil, bead-embroidery postcard, Chapter 5176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-638-1  US $37.50 CAN $42.50

By Natalie Chanin; photographs by Robert Rausch 75 color photographs, 100 illustrations, pullout pattern sheets, pullout stencil, 176 pages, 10 ¾ x 8 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-823-1  US $35.00 CAN $45.50

Fa b r i c s A t o Z

The Essential Guide to Choosing and Using Fabric for Sewing Using a disappearing-ink fabric pen, By Dana Willard mark circles on top layer of fabric and

Stitch around circles using stitch of choice.

pin to bottom layer of fabric.

Fabrics A to Z is the essential guide for sewists and fabric lovers of all levels. From dotted swiss to silk charmeuse to faux fur, each of the more than 100 entries features a close-up photo of the fabric as well as an overview of its characteristics, ideal uses, and unique sewing requirements. Perfect for tossing into a bag when headed to the fabric store. 400 color photographs, 224 pages, 5 ¾ x 8 ¼", flexibind ISBN: 978-1-58479-956-6  US $22.50 CAN $25.50

Embellishing with Beads, Sequins + Embroidery

www.melaniefalickbooks.com

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STC C raft F avorites Weekend Sewing More Than 40 Projects and Ideas for Inspired Stitching By Heather Ross; photographs by John Gruen 75 color photographs, 100 color illustrations, pullout pattern sheets, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-675-6 US $29.95 CAN $32.95

Kata G o l d a’ s Ha n d - S t i t c h e d F e lt 25 Whimsical Sewing Projects By Kata Golda; photographs by Frank White 60 color photographs, 65 illustrations, 128 pages, 8 ¼ x 8 ¼", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-798-2 US $19.95 CAN $25.95

Sewing Green 25 Projects Made with Repurposed & Organic Materials By Betz White; photographs by John Gruen 65 color photographs, pullout pattern sheet, 144 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-758-6 US $24.95 CAN $27.50

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Girls’ Best Book of Knitting, Sewing, and Embroidery By Virginie Desmoulins 65 color photographs, 75 color illustrations, 112 pages, 7 ¼ x 10 ¹/8", paper over board with die-cut paper doll, spiral bound. ISBN: 978-1-58479-600-8 US $19.95 CAN $23.95 See and Sew By Tina Davis 75 color and black-and-white illustrations, 152 pages, 7 ½ x 10 ½", hardcover with concealed wire-o binding. ISBN: 978-1-58479-491-2 US $19.95 CAN $27.95

STC C raft F avorites La s t- M i n u t e Pat c h w o r k + Q u i lt e d G i f t s By Joelle Hoverson; photographs by Anna Williams 75 color photographs, pullout template sheet, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-634-3 US $27.50 CAN $33.00 Mat e r i a l Ob s e s s i o n Modern Quilts with Traditional Roots By Sarah Fielke and Kathy Doughty; foreword by Kaffe Fassett; photographs by John Doughty 150 color photographs, 208 pages, 8 ¼ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-752-4 US $24.95 CAN $32.50

Wee Wonderfuls 24 Dolls to Sew and Love By Hillary Lang; photographs by Jen Gotch 60 color photographs, 75 illustrations, 168 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-858-3 US $27.50 CAN $35.95

Mat e r i a l Ob s e s s i o n 2 More Modern Quilts with Traditional Roots By Kathy Doughty and Sarah Fielke; photographs by John Doughty 185 color photographs, 140 illustrations, pullout pattern sheet, 224 pages, 8 ¼ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-880-4 US $27.50 CAN $35.95

Zakka Sewing 25 Japanese Projects for the Household By Therese Laskey and Chika Mori; photographs by Yoko Inoue 50 color photographs, 100  illustrations, 152 pages, 7 ¾ x 9 ¼", paperback with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-720-3 US $27.50 CAN $31.50

Ka f f e Fa s s e t t ' s S i m p l e S h ap e s Sp e c ta c u l a r Q u i lt s 23 Original Quilt Designs By Kaffe Fassett with Liza Prior Lucy; photographs by Debbie Patterson 225 color photographs, 192 pages, 9 x 10", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-837-8  US $35.00 CAN $42.00

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Q u i lt i n g f o r P e a c e Make the World a Better Place One Stitch at a Time By Katherine Bell; photographs by Thayer Allyson Gowdy 20 color photographs, 136 pages, 8 ¼ x 7 ¾", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-804-0 US $19.95 CAN $25.95 Q u i lt s 1 7 0 0 – 2 0 1 0 Hidden Histories, Untold Stories By Sue Prichard 118 color photographs, 224 pages, 9 ¾ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-85177-595-8 US $60.00 CAN $78.00

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Amy Butler’s M i d w e s t  M o d e r n A Fresh Design Spirit for the Modern Lifestyle By Amy Butler; photographs by David Butler 150 color photographs, 224 pages, 9 x 10", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-581-0 US $37.50 CAN $42.50

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STC C raft F avorites Weekend Sewing More Than 40 Projects and Ideas for Inspired Stitching By Heather Ross; photographs by John Gruen 75 color photographs, 100 color illustrations, pullout pattern sheets, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-675-6 US $29.95 CAN $32.95

Kata G o l d a’ s Ha n d - S t i t c h e d F e lt 25 Whimsical Sewing Projects By Kata Golda; photographs by Frank White 60 color photographs, 65 illustrations, 128 pages, 8 ¼ x 8 ¼", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-798-2 US $19.95 CAN $25.95

Sewing Green 25 Projects Made with Repurposed & Organic Materials By Betz White; photographs by John Gruen 65 color photographs, pullout pattern sheet, 144 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-758-6 US $24.95 CAN $27.50

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Girls’ Best Book of Knitting, Sewing, and Embroidery By Virginie Desmoulins 65 color photographs, 75 color illustrations, 112 pages, 7 ¼ x 10 ¹/8", paper over board with die-cut paper doll, spiral bound. ISBN: 978-1-58479-600-8 US $19.95 CAN $23.95 See and Sew By Tina Davis 75 color and black-and-white illustrations, 152 pages, 7 ½ x 10 ½", hardcover with concealed wire-o binding. ISBN: 978-1-58479-491-2 US $19.95 CAN $27.95

STC C raft F avorites La s t- M i n u t e Pat c h w o r k + Q u i lt e d G i f t s By Joelle Hoverson; photographs by Anna Williams 75 color photographs, pullout template sheet, 160 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-634-3 US $27.50 CAN $33.00 Mat e r i a l Ob s e s s i o n Modern Quilts with Traditional Roots By Sarah Fielke and Kathy Doughty; foreword by Kaffe Fassett; photographs by John Doughty 150 color photographs, 208 pages, 8 ¼ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-752-4 US $24.95 CAN $32.50

Wee Wonderfuls 24 Dolls to Sew and Love By Hillary Lang; photographs by Jen Gotch 60 color photographs, 75 illustrations, 168 pages, 8 ½ x 9 ½", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-858-3 US $27.50 CAN $35.95

Mat e r i a l Ob s e s s i o n 2 More Modern Quilts with Traditional Roots By Kathy Doughty and Sarah Fielke; photographs by John Doughty 185 color photographs, 140 illustrations, pullout pattern sheet, 224 pages, 8 ¼ x 10", paperback with flaps. ISBN: 978-1-58479-880-4 US $27.50 CAN $35.95

Zakka Sewing 25 Japanese Projects for the Household By Therese Laskey and Chika Mori; photographs by Yoko Inoue 50 color photographs, 100  illustrations, 152 pages, 7 ¾ x 9 ¼", paperback with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-720-3 US $27.50 CAN $31.50

Ka f f e Fa s s e t t ' s S i m p l e S h ap e s Sp e c ta c u l a r Q u i lt s 23 Original Quilt Designs By Kaffe Fassett with Liza Prior Lucy; photographs by Debbie Patterson 225 color photographs, 192 pages, 9 x 10", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-837-8  US $35.00 CAN $42.00

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Q u i lt i n g f o r P e a c e Make the World a Better Place One Stitch at a Time By Katherine Bell; photographs by Thayer Allyson Gowdy 20 color photographs, 136 pages, 8 ¼ x 7 ¾", hardcover with cloth spine. ISBN: 978-1-58479-804-0 US $19.95 CAN $25.95 Q u i lt s 1 7 0 0 – 2 0 1 0 Hidden Histories, Untold Stories By Sue Prichard 118 color photographs, 224 pages, 9 ¾ x 9 ½", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-85177-595-8 US $60.00 CAN $78.00

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Amy Butler’s M i d w e s t  M o d e r n A Fresh Design Spirit for the Modern Lifestyle By Amy Butler; photographs by David Butler 150 color photographs, 224 pages, 9 x 10", hardcover with jacket. ISBN: 978-1-58479-581-0 US $37.50 CAN $42.50

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