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.

Anne Sutton’s “Flowers for Emma”

Anne Sutton is back at the Jolly Jabber with–yes–another Emma line called Flowers for Emma. It’s full of those soft earthy spring pastels we’ve come to know and love from Bunny Hill Designs, and of course her dainty birds. The complementing check and mini-check prints […]

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Emma’s First Birthday

This weekend was a very special milestone for little Emma–she turned one! She got her first birthday presents, balloons, cards, birthday party–and of course, first birthday cake. Well, not a full-sized one, but a cute little cupcake for a cute little girl. She definitely liked […]

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Nancy Halvorsen on “12 Days of Christmas”

We know Debbie will love reading our guest’s piece today! Nancy Halvorsen has a charming new Christmas line out called “12 Days of Christmas.” It’s a combination of traditional themes with rich holiday hues and a fresh “Nancy” spin. Nancy’s new companion book will be […]

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Joanna Figueroa on “Dandelion Girl”

We have been chatting up a storm about this new line here at the Fat Quarter Shop, and now that it’s here, we’re even happier!! Dandelion Girl is the newest collection by Fig Tree Quilts, full of that trademark palette of soft creams, cinnamons, and […]

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