Quilting Pattern Grab Bags = Big Savings for You!

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Can you imaging paying just $3 or less for a new, unused quilting pattern? For a limited time, I’m offering Quilting Pattern Grab Bags where *I* choose the titles, and *you* reap the savings. You don’t need to spend $8, $9 or $10 on just ONE pattern. With this special sale, you can get 4 or 8 new patterns at a deep discount!

Paper Pieced Alphabet quilting pattern by Andi Rudebusch of AndiCrafts Quilting

4 patterns will cost you just $12 or 8 patterns for $20 (shipping included in the US). That’s less than $3 per pattern for the 4 pattern selection, and only about $2.00 per pattern for the 8 patterns. At a normal retail of $6 to $8 per pattern, you can save up to $30!

Annies Star Quilting Pattern by Andi Rudebusch of AndiCrafts Quilting

Most of these quilt patterns utilize the technique of paper piecing, which results in sharp points and fine detail.The majority of them are for smaller projects such as table toppers, wallhangings, and appliques for use on shirts or tote bags, so you can be assured of a quick finish.

And who doesn’t need a gift for a quilty friend, or door prizes at a guild meeting or retreat? Even if you’re not a quilter yourself, at these prices you can gift them to your friends who sew.

Topsy Turvy Hearts Quilting Pattern by Andi Rudebusch of AndiCrafts Quilting

This is NOT an April Fool’s joke! At these prices, also don’t forget to stock up for:

  • Birthday presents for your quilting friends
  • Door prizes for guild meetings or retreats
  • Secret Pal/Secret Santa gifts
  • If you’re a shop owner, retreat host or quilting teacher, contact me for even better pricing on larger quantities

Tools of the Trade paper piecing quilting pattern by Andi Rudebusch of AndiCrafts Quilting

Visit my Shop Page to see samples of my patterns and order your Quilting Pattern Grab Bag today (and if you prefer to order individual patterns separately, shipping on all patterns is now free!)

Quilting Pattern Grab Bag image - paper piecing quilting patterns by Andi Rudebusch of AndiCrafts Quilting


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