Stitch-tober Week 2 + Fright Night Update - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Stitch-tober Week 2 + Fright Night Update

We’re stitching through Week 2 of Stitch-tober with the second release of Fright Night and some progress on my new WIP’s! I hope you’ve had an eventful week of stitching, but it’s not too late to join if you are just tuning in. You can find inspo and potential projects on Fat Quarter Shop’s Stitch-tober Page to get you started.

Week 2 of Fright Night revealed a full moon and a spooky bat! If you’d like to join me, you still can! Sign up to receive the patterns today.

I invited some stitchy friends to stitch along with us and they’re sharing their Fright Night progress on Instagram. You can share yours, too, with the hashtags #FQSStitchtober and #FrightNightSAL, and be sure to tag us @fqsxstitch so we can see and share your work!

For this year’s FQS Stitch-tober, I am working on several new projects. Each day I will work on either a new project or a continuation of one I’ve previously started. Some stitchers focus on one large project or choose to finish multiple WIPs. You can plan your Stitch-tober to what works best for your schedule! You’ll want to stay organized as you stitch so I created a FREE October Downloadable Calendar and a FREE November Downloadable Calendar. These are the projects I started on for the first week.




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While you stitch along with me, share your work on Facebook and Instagram. You can share with #FQSStitchtober and #FrightNightSAL. Be sure to tag @fqsxstitch and @beelori1 so I can see and share your work! Get updates from Lori Holt on her blog, Bee in My Bonnet, her YouTube Channel and her Instagram.

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  1. I use Feedly to read the Jolly Jabber blog from Fat Quarter Shop. For some time now, it doesn’t appear correctly. All of the lettering/words are in one long vertical line and it’s impossible to read. Perhaps there’s just a small problem that needs to be corrected

  2. LJ, Thank you for letting us know. I’m not sure why that is but we’ll look into it. Unfortunately, some of the blog reading and publishing software is a little outdated, and we have some formatting issues as a result.