The Jolly Jabber Blog for Fabric, Quilting, and Cross Stitch Enthusiasts by Fat Quarter Shop

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.

Sheri Berry on Trick or Treat Street

Today we get to feature one of the most adorable Halloween lines that’s ever sat on our Fat Quarter Shop shelves. We drooled at Market last year when we first saw it, and now it’s finally here! Trick or Treat Street, by Sheri Berry for […]

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New Patterns by Barbara Brandeburg

Prolific quilt book author and pattern designer Barbara Brandeburg has mixed a bit of old with new in her newest set of patterns, and we think they are Awesome (with a capital A!). I mean, just look at those owls!! You will love the fun, […]

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Jolly Jabber Block Lottery

** Edit: The Jolly Jabber Block Lottery has ended! Thanks for participating! ** ** Edit! Questions answered, the first block revealed! ** We’ve been getting questions in our comments.Yes, you can enter no matter where you live; it’d be SO FUN to get blocks from […]

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Precuts on Sale

Hi all! We’re looking toward the Spring Quilt Market in May, so it’s time to clear out a bit of room on our shelves for next season’s crop of the newest and hottest fabric collections. Hence, we’ve put on a Sale with so many yummy […]

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Darlene Zimmerman’s 2009 Clothesline Club

This year’s Clothesline Club has just begun, and we are really looking forward to this year’s projects! For those of you who’ve never heard of the Clothesline Club before, quilt/textile historian Darlene Zimmerman (just one of her many hats) designs 1930s-era projects for this Robert […]

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