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Debbie Beaves’ Serendipitous Sunflower

Debbie Beaves has a refreshing floral line for RJR called Serendipity Sunflowers. Today she describes a road trip that inspired her cheery designs! It all began on a trip my sister and business partner Pat Day and I took to the fresh lavender fields in […]

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Because Everyone Loves Winning…

Have fun with our Jolly Scramble Contest! Unscramble these words and submit your answers to Cheryl@FatQuarterShop.com with “Jolly Scramble Contest” as the subject by Monday, August 27. All entries will be placed in a basket, and 3 winners will be drawn by Jocelyn. Winners will […]

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Sandy Gervais Falls Back in Time

Today’s post is the sequel to Friday’s entry from Abby. Sandy Gervais, one of our enduring favorite designers, has ‘oohed’ and ‘aahed’ us again with her new line, Fall Back in Time! Read on as she describes the thought and process behind her designs. I […]

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Debbie’s Recipe Box

+ Debbie’s Brownie/Pudding Dessert + Our very own Debbie Taylor is a talented chef as well as an amazing quilter. Everyone in the office is always clamoring for her mouth-watering recipes. Every Saturday, we will post one of her delicious and decadent recipes so you […]

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Abby Gervais’ Old/New Apartment

Many thanks to mom-and-daughter Sandy and Abby Gervais for writing us about Sandy’s fresh-retro fall collection, Fall Back in Time! We can’t wait for you to see it, so we’re starting off with Abby’s new room which is brimming with this new line. Stay tuned […]

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Camille Roskelley of Thimble Blossoms

We are delighted to introduce Camille Roskelley, the talented new designer behind Thimble Blossoms! Read on because she is bound to become a household name! Hello all! My name is Camille, and I have a new pattern company called Thimble Blossoms that I am SO […]

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Time for another Patchwork Party!

Join us for the Patchwork Party 2007 Fall Edition! Be among the thousands of happy shoppers who take a virtual trip around the country, purchasing a different block at each of the 12 wonderful shops along the way. Each quilt block is only $7. After […]

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