Top Ten Digital Quilt Books Every Quilter Needs

4

Digital quilt books allow you to build a reference library that’s always at your fingertips. That’s why we’ve collected ten of the most essential digital quilt books.

1. Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, Compiled by Barbara Brackman

digital quilt books

Everyone needs a good block encyclopedia and Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns has over 4000 blocks. Each block includes the history and sources of the block. It is a treasure trove of information. You’ll love having this large book in the freeing digital form.

Click image(s) to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

2. The AQS Guide to Quilt Care, Compiled by American Quilter’s Society
digital quilt books

Whether you make, collect, or receive quilts, taking care of them is important. You’ll feel confident in your care thanks to guidance from AQS-certified quilt appraisers, insurance and quilt history professionals.

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

3. Borders & Finishing Touches 2, by Bonnie K. Browning

digital quilt books

You’ll be so happy to have Borders & Finishing Touches 2 at your finger tips. This digital quilt book is a must and you’ll learn amazing techniques like: pieced and applique borders, creating perfectly sized borders every time, piping, mitered borders, binding, and more! Bonnie Browning is a master at simplifying techniques. Don’t miss out on this valuable reference book.

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

4. Liberated Quiltmaking II, by Gwen Marston

digital quilt books

Gwen Marston’s Liberated Quiltmaking methods for creating original quilts are expanded in this book. Gwen presents nine Liberated Quiltmaking processes and each features step-by-step instructions. Liberated Quiltmaking II provides a way of working without using templates or set patterns. You’ll learn how to make truly original quilts that engage your intuition, emotion, and technical skills.

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

5. Jelly Roll Quilts & More, by Kimberly Einmo

digital quilt books

Kimberly Einmo uses precuts to make basic units. Then she combines the units to create designs that look complex but are easy to assemble. Quilters of all skill levels will love making these quilts. As your very own personal quilting coach, Kimberly’s signature ‘Try This!’ sections offer creative ideas, design suggestions, humorous stories, anecdotes, and tasty recipes. Kimberly’s tips for faster piecing will improve your accuracy while saving you time and fabric.

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

6. T-Shirt Quilts Made Easy, by Martha DeLeonardis

digital quilt books

Martha DeLeonardis has mastered the art of stabilizing stretchy fabrics and creating beautiful t-shirt quilts. Now she’s sharing what she’s learned with you! Learn how to artfully arrange blocks of various sizes with the ‘Comparative Quilt Design Chart.’ Use Martha’s finished quilts as inspiration to design your own unique quilts celebrating your precious mementos.

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

7. Stack-n-Whackipedia, by Bethany S. Reynolds

digital quilt books

Bethany S. Reynolds returns with 10 years of Stack-n-Whack® under her belt. She’s ready to share innovative designs and updated methods for her fabulous technique. Try one of a dozen projects for quilts using a wide variety of shapes. With the basics down, you’ll be ready to try your hand at your own designs.

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

8. 60 Pieced Quilt Borders: Mix & Match, by Judy Laquidara

digital quilt books

This book offers 60 pieced borders and 15 quilt centers. Learn how to figure the number of blocks needed for any pieced border. Use coping strips to make size adjustments. Balance multiple borders on any quilt. This book is ideal for confident beginners who want to try traditional quilt design. And it’s a must-have for Round Robin guild programs. No more boring quilt borders!

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

9. New York Beauty Simplified, by Linda Hahn
digital quilt books

The New York Beauty block is a classic block. So is the intimidation the block can inspire. That’s why Linda Hahn created a simple paper-piecing foundation method to sew a gentle arc. Make a perfect New York Beauty block every time. Choose between 21 projects and quilting patterns and make a New York Beauty today!

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

 

10. Quilting Wide Open Spaces, by Judi Madsen

digital quilt books

Judi Madsen is a modern quilting queen. In Quilting Wide Open Spaces, she offers simple advice for quilting large open areas. This book provides technical tips and creative ideas. Choose from seven practice projects to make striking quilts. You can use any quilting method to make these projects and designs. Every quilter will benefit from Judi’s basic piecing tips to get your quilts ready for quilting.

Click image to enlarge Table of Contents.

And that’s not all!

AQS has hundreds of digital quilt books available right now! Click Here to check them all out and build your digital library today.

Show off your progress, connect with other quilters, get ideas, motivation and more!

Join us in the AQS Project Parade Facebook Group and piece along with us!

Members get even more…

AQS Members can access hundreds of patterns and digital issues of American Quilter at any time!
Find quilt along series like Forever & A Day, 30 Days of Birds and more.

Not a member? Join today!

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

  Subscribe  
Notify of