free shipping on orders over $100,
50% off for international.
Largest selection OVER 1000 NEW PRODUCTS PER MONTH!
2% of sales go to charity:
$1,962.200 raised so far.
Call us: 303-527-0856
Toll Free USA 877-322-7423, Local 303-527-0856
SBBKCAPT Books - Quilts & History 9780764363245 eQuilter
Inspired By The Nation's Capital

eQuilter Inspired By The Nation's Capital
19.95 USD US$ 19.95 / each
only 3 remaining


Product Total:


by Donna Marcinkowski DeSoto - A Fiber Art Souvenir of Washington, DC

Enjoy 103 sites in and around DC with a beautiful twist: the images are quilts. You won't want to miss any of these sites, from the White House to the Smithsonian, from the neighborhood of Georgetown to an oasis of lotus flowers on the Anacostia River; you'll even find DC food trucks and the Potomac's Water skiing Santa tradition. Celebrate the riches of our nation's capital with a new perspective. A portion of the profits from this book are donated by the author to the Washington Post Helping Hand charitable initiative assisting Bread for the City, Friendship Place, and Miriam's Kitchen. eQuilter owner Luana Rubin has 2 quilts in this book and exhibit - the White House and the Folger Shakespeare Library.
'Inspired By The Nation's Capital: A Fiber Art Souvenir of Washington, DC' by Donna Marcinkowski DeSoto, published by Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., hardcover with 216 pages.

Read eQuilter testimonials

"The only problem that I have is your selections of fabrics are all way too beautiful! I need more fabric like I need a hole in the head. I have told a lot of people about your web..."

Lynn DiMauro

February 4, 2003

"What service! Ordered and received from across country in less than two days! Fabulous! Also, the perfect fabric to finish a project. Thank You!"

Joan Troger, New York State

November 10, 2016

"All I can say is 'Wow' The service and fabric is absolutely wonderful. I could not believe how quickly my order was filled and at my door. Thank you for excellent service."

Sharon Carmichael, Florida

June 30, 2020

"I have been buying cotton fabrics since I was about 8 years old and I am now 96. I bought mostly in stores, of course at first, but since the internet arrived I prefer on line IF..."

Jean K. Spero, Columbus, OH

April 23, 2019