I keep my downloadable files, patterns, and printables in libraries. My main library, open to anyone, is the free resource library.
Inside you’ll find LOTS of good stuff, all related to sewing and quilting— currently there are more than 30 free projects, patterns, and files in there. It’s amazing!
This Library of Quilting Resources is going to be your one top spot for getting those ebooks, pdf’s, sample pages and more!
No more hunting emails, checking spam or deleting those important emails. This is it. One page for all the resources!!!
Here are some of my most popular projects that are available completely FREE in my resource library:
Here’s what you’ll receive when you join our FREE library:
- Complimentary sample pages from the Patchwork Planner & Journal
- A collection of Cheat Sheet for Quilters
- Mug Rug Ebook- 4 quilting techniques taught while you sew simple mug rugs
- 5 Round Robin Quilt Patterns- each designed by a collection of quilters and theme
- Visit again for new additions to the Library, including quilting techniques, quilting 101, cheat sheets, quilt blocks, printables, planners and more to help make quilting easy and fun!
- Plus, you’ll receive exclusive offers and discounts, freebies and quilting inspiration, including tutorials, weekly!
This resource library is open to everyone for free. All you need is the password to get in, which you can get by filling out the form below.
Already have the password? Access it here: Quilting Resource Library
What’s coming up for the library:
— orphan quilt block projects ebook : a collection of projects, tutorials and inspiration for using your quilt blocks that are leftover or orphans
— quilting 101 ebook : a variety of articles, how to’s and supplies needed to get your quilting journey started. A great resource for any new quilter or seasoned quilter who needs some brushing up.
— new technique topic ebooks : like quilt as you go, string quilting, applique and more!
They will be coming out in the future (no specific timeline) but you’ll be the first to know about them.
The password will not be changing any time soon, so use it whenever you need access to the page.
I would suggest bookmarking the page and writing the password down somewhere so you don’t forget. 🙂
Forgot your password? I put the password at the bottom of nearly all of my emails. But if you can’t find one of my emails to you, you can either fill out the form above again or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Password Tip: I recommend you copy and paste the password in to avoid any accidental mistakes. If you ever forget your password, please email email@example.com
Not working? If you enter the password and the same page refreshes, without any contents, that means you put in the wrong password. Double-check your email, copy the password, and paste it in to the link above.
Do you have a suggestion of what topic to add to the library or what you think would be useful for you?