Kitchen Stitches Book Blog Hop

This week I got to review and sew along with Kitchen Stitches by Martingale.

Brighten your kitchen and dining area with delightful projects from a host of talented designers. For sewists of all skill levels, this value-packed volume offers an extraordinary variety of styles, including quilted, appliquéd, and embroidered designs.

The variety is great! I am pretty sure there is something for your kitchen in there.   They range from super beginner sewing projects, to a little more complicated– like the table runner.  The project that I was eyeing is the crock pot cooker carrier {say that three times fast!}.

My carrier has bit the dust. The wipeable fabric is all crinkly, and is ready to split.  The zipper on the side doesn’t work, nor the zipper along the top.  This book came right in time with what I need!

I have picked out my fabric and am ready to set out on sewing it up.  There is a circular base, but the book is great at showing you exactly what you need to do for it, making it not too hard to sew.

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This project does require the insulbright batting and luckily I have some that is already layered and quilted. See the little bits of metal?

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I really think that this might become my go to book for wedding showers or Christmas gifts, or friend presents…..  Sew up a few of these in a day and then set aside for when you need them.  Or, find out the colors of their kitchen and match them up!  Either way, there are 17 designs to choose from– I don’t think you could go wrong!

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They are quick to sew, require minimal supplies and will let the recipient know how much you care.  I know that I will be stitching up a bunch to tuck away for the perfect gift!

Pick up your book here over at Martingale Books.

This book is jam-packed with such talented designers and amazing projects.  Just take a peak at the line up!

Natalie Barnes
Lindsay Conner
Melissa Corry
Jennifer Dick
Amy Ellis
Linda Turner Griepentrog
Kim Niedzwiecki
Kari Ramsay
Missy Shelper
Rebecca Silbaugh
Amy Struckmeyer
Jackie White

For the rest of the week, you can stop by a few other places and see what they have made.  Be sure to stop by and say hello!

2/4   Becky at the Patchwork Posse
Kim at My Go-Go life
2/5   Amy at FormWork Designs
Deby at So Sew Easy
2/6  Rebecca at Ruby Blue Quilts
Jackie at Jabot Quilts
2/7  Melissa at Happy Melissa Quilting
2/8 Kari at Fresh Cut Quilts

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  1. Margaret Schindler

    4 February

    I think this book is going to be on my wishlist. Thanks for sharing

  2. Heather

    4 February

    I can’t wait to see how it turns out Becky!

  3. Debra Kay Neiman

    4 February

    Becky, please post the finished project … the fabric you chose is yummy. Greetings from Oklahoma, USA crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  4. Jo

    4 February

    What a lot of great projects to find all in one place!

  5. Karyn Ashley-Smith

    4 February

    This book is totally in my top ten and climbing!! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Becky

    4 February

    These are great projects! The book is fantastic and great for reference. Definitly keeping mine!

  7. Lyn Kaufmann

    7 February

    These are all such lovely kitchen goodies. I can’t wait to make some.

  8. rosa

    8 February

    Great book.There are gorgeous projects!

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