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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.

A Designer Dolly Dresses for H2

Hey guys! Just wanted to give you all a heads up on something neat Holly Holderman of LakeHouse Dry Goods has going on over at her blog — A Dozen Designer Dolly Dresses series where she is showcasing a dozen designer doll dress blocks designed […]

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New Kits for Fall!

We have been practically inundated these past few weeks with new collections. Not just little ones, but the XXXL-cornucopia-of-pieces kind. Recess, Woodland Bloom, Fig & Plum, Daisy Chain, Charisma….WHEW!!! With all the room that these pieces take up on our What’s New page, some awesome […]

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Daisy Chain by Amy Butler

Amy Butler makes her first appearance on the Jolly Jabber with the launch of Daisy Chain, her richly hued collection of large contemporary floral prints. The possibilities are great for a modern household, especially with all the different colorways available, from navy blue to sunset […]

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Joanna Figueroa on Fig & Plum

Joanna Figueroa returns to the Jolly Jabber to showcase her new collection for Moda, called Fig & Plum. Just as the name implies, it holds soft and sweet hues. Light creams, apricots, and olives are paired with deep plums and violets. Whimsical florals, vines, and […]

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Pam’s Got It In The Bag

Harvest Home by Blackbird Designs flaunts the best of Victorian beauty in its refined and elegant prints and palette. But what happens when you flip that palette and highlight the pretty tans and creams over the dusky blues and purples? It pulls you to different […]

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Debbie’s Recipe Box: Cranberry Orange Scones

Can anyone tell us the proper way to say “scone”? I’ve always used a long “O” sound, as in “phone”, but I’ve recently heard that the proper European pronunciation uses a short “o”, like “upon”. Any takers? Anyways, Cranberry Orange Scones are today’s recipe!

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