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Yikes!!! Website Issues

Yikes!!! Website Issues

We apologize to all of you for the inconvenience you have had in trying to place orders yesterday and today on our website, jinnybeyer.com. We were upgrading our website and several hiccups have occurred, such as: Shipping costs are not being calculated properly and...

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My Quest Quilt: The Voyage Continues

My Quest Quilt: The Voyage Continues

Last month, I shared with you the beginning design process for our Quilters’ Quest Shop Hop quilt for this year. I designed the quilt in black and white and decided upon two different shaded units made from 60° diamonds.     The next step in the design...

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Watch and Learn Online

Watch and Learn Online

We often receive questions and comments from quilters about a wide range of topics and often those questions will pertain to a wider audience and seem a good topic for a blog. We received the following comment from Rosemary: “Please consider creating online hand...

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Color Inspiration for Irish Heather

Color Inspiration for Irish Heather

How many times have you seen a beautiful sunset or image in nature and wondered if you could capture those colors to use in a quilt? Staffer Nancy Fallone took this photo on the final miles of a hiking trip in Ireland. We loved the colors so we decided to use it as...

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Quilting is Music to Our Ears

Quilting is Music to Our Ears

Row by Row starts next week on the 21st of June! It is always a great event at our shop. We see so many new faces of people coming into the shop to pick up our row pattern. If you are not familiar with Row by Row, it is a worldwide event of which we have taken part...

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Jinny Beyer June 2018 Newsletter Update

As most of you know, we have been experiencing problems with our website causing frustration for you and for us here at the Studio. Because of these problems, we have decided to delay the newsletter one week. You may find interruptions during the week while we take...

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Garden Club of Virginia

It has been a year since the Garden Club of Virginia asked if we would be willing to have our house and gardens on the annual Historic Garden Week tour which takes place each year at this time. I have been working ever since getting the house and gardens in tip top...

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