Get a look at three two-color quilts featuring fabrics from Jinny's Monochrome collection, and the scoop on the 2012 Quilters' Quest shop hop event that kept the Studio busy in November. There are also some great gift ideas and the last block in the 2012 free block-of-the-month quilt, Shenandoah Baskets.
Please note that the free Shenandoah Baskets patterns can only be accessed through the email newsletter sent to subscribers. If you'd like to receive the free patterns, subscribe by providing your email address in the box on the left. The monthly newsletters go out on the first Saturday of each month and you'll have access to all the previous months' materials when you receive the next issue.
Every shied away from quilt blocks with inset seams? Watch Jinny's video in this newsletter and you'll be ready to take them on whether you sew by hand or machine. Also, get a first look at Jinny's newest fabrics -- Rajasthan Spray, and three of our best-selling projects that are perfect for giving this holiday season. You'll also see the latest block in our 2012 BOM quilt, Shenandoah Baskets.
Wow! This newsletter includes links to the free patterns for several new quilted projects and the latest Shenandoah Baskets quilt block, a mini-lesson on the Swatch Wall on jinnybeyer.com, plus an introduction to Jane Allingham, our customer service manager and one of the voices you're most likely to hear when you call the Studio.
Don't miss links to three brand-new videos of Jinny demonstrating the design possibilities of border print fabrics. Jinny also introduces you to the newly redesigned Tips & Lessons page on the website, and much more.
Lots of great information this month. Look for a new video of Jinny demonstrating her Portable Palette design tool; two free new patterns featuring fabrics from Jinny's newest collection, Monochrome; the latest block in our Shenandoah Baskets BOM; an announcement about our new online "sale bench" for fabrics; and much more!
A short and sweet newsletter because a massive storm knocked out power to Jinny's house and the shop for almost a week! However, you'll find a link to a gallery of images of Jinny's personal quilts on the website, plus get a look at the latest block for Shenandoah Baskets, the free BOM quilt for subscribers.
Links to three free new holiday patterns -- a quilt, a table runner, and a tree skirt -- are part of this month's newsletter. Plus, you won't want to miss Jinny's tip on partial seams (an excellent sewing trick to have up your sleeve) and the latest block pattern in the 2012 BOM, Shenandoah Baskets.
Find out what's new on jinnybeyer.com (there's plenty!) and review four great tips that will make binding your next quilt faster and easier. Subscribers also received a link to the next free block in the 2012 free BOM quilt, Shenandoah Baskets.
This issue includes links to two wonderful new quilts -- Ambrosia, a light and modern bed-sized quilt; and Lone Star Salute, a wonderful lone star quilt made with patriotic shades. There's also a link to a free, updated edition of Jinny's best-selling Moon Glow pattern. And subscribers also got a link to the latest installment of the 2012 block-of-the-month quilt, Shenandoah Baskets.
Check out a great new fabric collection and coordinating free quilt pattern, savings on Jinny's Portable Palette, as well as the 200th free quilt block! Subscribers also have access to the next free installment in Jinny's gorgeous 2012 BOM quilt, Shenandoah Baskets.
This month's newsletter included a link to the first two blocks in Shenandoah Baskets, the free-to-subscribers block-of-the-month quilt. Jinny also put together a powerful tip on "fragmenting" -- a technique she uses to transform a simple quilt block into an entire quilt design. You're going to love this one!
This issue is chock-a-block full of free patterns and new on Jinny's update to her Palette Collection of 150 fabrics. You'll learn how the Palette Collection came to be, have access to a video of some of Jinny's color secrets, and see the 2012 Block-of-the-Month quilt that's free for newsletter subscribers.