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.

Vicki Bellino for Bloom Creek

We’ve just received some wonderful patterns by our friend Vicki Bellino of Bloom Creek, including a beautiful block-of-the-month! Check out what she has to say about designing and her current projects! After hearing Kimberly added a blog to her web site, I was so motivated […]

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Bonnie Olaveson of Cotton Way

Today we have Bonnie Olaveson of Cotton Way blogging for us! She is the sweet, nice, talented designer behind all of those fun Cotton Way patterns, including a series of table toppers that we love! Read on…and talk about a love of quilts and design […]

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Introducing Emma!

Emma, Kimberly and Kevin’s daughter and the Shop’s youngest staff member, just turned 6 months this past week. We just wanted to congratulate her on that milestone and on her two brand new teeth! If you look closely, you can catch a glimpse of those […]

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Rick Cohan on Making Fabric, Part II

On Wednesday, Rick Cohan of RJR Fabrics walked us through the making of cloth from raw greige. We left off right at the point where fabric is ready to be dyed and printed, and today he finishes off with the design process. Thanks to Rick […]

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Rick Cohan on Making Fabric, Part I

So many of us take fabric for granted. We adore it, we buy it, we use it, we cherish it, but how much do we know about how it’s made? From the company that brings us previous designer guests like Lynette Jensen and Debbie Beaves, […]

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