The numbers are in! These are the top ten books you loved the most in November. Count down with us to find out what was number one, and hear a little bit about why these books are so popular along the way.
The lovely quilt shown above from number ten, Quilt As-You-Go Made Vintage, is an improvisational Log Cabin made using the techniques in this book.
If you haven't yet made a bag with kraft-tex, you're missing out! Find out all about kraft-tex by watching our kraft-tex University series, then check out number nine, Sew kraft-tex Bags.
Find out how the cover of number eight, Free-Motion Meandering was created in this fun blog post!
Our number seven best seller, Carol Doak's Foundation Paper, was created by Carol Doak to accompany her series of paper piecing books, like Carol Doak's Creative Combinations.
Find out why author Diane D. Knott wrote her newest book, and our number six best seller, Strip Quilt Secrets!
You can read the introduction to number five, Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book, right here!
Find out how to use our number four best seller, the Essential Triangle Tool from Bonnie Hunter, in the video below!
The lovely airplane block from the number three best seller, The Kansas City Star Quilts Sampler, was created in 1929, the same year two transcontinental airplane lines were being inaugurated.
Number two is More Sewing to Sell, the long-awaited sequel to Sewing to Sell, both by Virginia Lindsay.
Get addicted to string quilts with number one, String Frenzy! Read all about it here.
See you in the new year for the next countdown!