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The Jolly Jabber Quilting & Sewing Blog

The Jolly Jabber quilting blog not only offers resources for quilters, but also for cross-stitchers of all skill levels. Discover resources such as tutorials, free patterns and tips to help master the art of quilting and sewing. Whether you're a beginner learning how to cross stitch or an experienced quilter looking to expand your skills, the Jolly Jabber has something to offer. Here you can learn new techniques, find inspiration for your next project, join in quilt alongs and stitch alongs, and connect with a community of like-minded quilters. This blog for quilters and sewists is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the world of quilting.

Juliana by Sue Zipkin

Sue Zipkin returns to the Jolly Jabber once again! Her first two go-rounds here, she told us about Bliss and Jumpin’ Java. Jumpin’ Java was a energetic flow of saturated Autumn tones, with a pop of aqua, but for this season Sue shows us a […]

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Little Man and Me, Too by Jackie Clark

Hello hello, and happy Friday! Today, we wanted to bring to your attention a little line that brings one word to mind. A-dor-able! It’s especially perfect for boys, no less! The collection is called Little Man and Me, Too, and it is brought to us […]

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Flag Day Farm by Minick & Simpson

It’s always a treat to have Polly Minick & Laurie Simpson on our blog! These two sisters have got Olde Americana down to a T, and yet each collection they come out with is somehow new and fresh and just what we want to see. […]

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Rebel Roses by Heather M. Peterson

Happy Monday & President’s Day! Heather Mulder Peterson, pattern pro and now a seasoned fabric designer to boot, from Anka’s Treasures is here with us today to share about her newest fabric line, Rebel Roses. If you enjoyed her first collection, Cottage Charm, this is […]

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Soirée by Lila Tueller

** Edit: The outfit in the photo below is a Pink Fig Pattern! Remember Lila Tueller? The new lover-of-color designer in Moda’s arsenal? She debuted last year with Woodland Bloom, a gorgeous explosion of happy hues and blooms, and her newest line is keeping that […]

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