I’m so excited to launch my blog, Jinny’s Corner! Each week we’ll share news, tips and techniques, stories and other quilting-related information. I hope you’ll visit here often.
Since this is a new feature, I thought I would answer some questions that you might be asking.
Can I receive new posts via email? Yes! To receive links to new Jinny’s Corner blog posts, just provide your email address in the box at the right on the blog home page. Each time we publish a new post, you’ll get an emailed link. It’s that easy.
You can also add our RSS blog feed to Live Bookmarks, MyYahoo, MyGoogle, MyMSN, Google Reader, etc. by clicking on the Subscribe to our Feed box at the right on the home page.
What if I have questions or comments on a particular post? We’d love to hear from you! Please leave us your comments in the box provided at the end of each post.
Can I catch up on posts I’ve missed? Yes! A list of recent posts and complete blog Archives can be found at the right on the blog home page.
I hope you enjoy my blog. Please let me know what you think, and if there’s any particular quilting topic you’d like to read about.
88 thoughts on “Welcome to My Blog”
Jinny, So excited to be able to read your blog each week. I visited your shop several years ago. Wow! My quilt recently finished one of your patterns. I’ll have to send you a photo of the finished quilt. Thanks again for all you have done for us quilters.
This is so exciting! Have always loved your fabrics and happy to be able to keep up with all the news!
I have always admired your work, and I’m so glad that you have a blog! I just looked at your tips page, and see lots of items that I will be exploring. Thanks so much for sharing!
What a great blog.
Love your fabrics. Excited about your blog!
I don’t Blog either – but definitely like reading them! You are an amazing quilter! Best Regards!
Looking forward to reading your new blog and all the tips!
Oh, this looks like so much fun!
I’m looking forward to reading your blog. Congratulations!
It will be great to see what you are creating! Anxiously awaiting!
I have just started quilting after about a twenty year absent. Quilting gives me a calming I need after teaching all day. I enjoy reading the last short cuts and tricks of the trade.
I’m so excited! I’ve loved your patterns and fabrics for years, I can’t wait to read more!
Glad you now have a blog, will follow it for great information. Thanks
Love your work and blog!
Wow so pretty. Makes me think of sunshine, the new spring growth of flowers. Would love to own it. Maybe even two rolls of this.
Glad to see you have a blog.
Can’t wait to see your blog. I’m always looking for sources for ideas and helpful tips.
Excited about your new blog. I’m always looking fr new sources for tips and ideas.
I had no idea you had a blog. This is wonderful news! Love your fabrics too.
Wonderful to see you have a blog.
Love your blog and your fabric.
HAVE BEEN A FAN FROM THE START..I MADE A BEAUTIFUL BIRTHDAY QUILT FOR MY SONS 18TH ( YOUR CITISCAPE), AND FINALLY FOUND THE PERFECT BACKING IN TIME TO GIVE IT TO HIM FOR HIS 21ST..hA! IT WAS HAND PIECED AND HAND QUILTED, WHICH WOULD ACCOUNT FOR THE TIME IT TOOK, BUT, REALLY IT WAS THAT I JUST COULDN,T BRING MYSELF TO CUT YOUR GORGEOUS FABRICS…NOW YOUR DESIGNS CONSTITUTE ABOUT 1/2 OF MY STASH…KEEP UP THE GREAT INSPIRATIONS.
I just started quilting last year, and I have to say your color theory and beautiful quilts inspired me to start. Your my hero, Thank you!
Love your new blog.
Thank you so much, Jinny! Since I discovered you and your fabulous quilts in January, you have become my idol! Since I retired from being an elementary school principal two years ago, I have made quite a few quilts, but none have the sophistication and beauty of yours. I don’t have enough praise!
I do have a question, though. I am currently working on a White Nights queen-sized quilt. The instructions say that each finished block should measure 11 1/2 by 11 1/2, but they don’t. They measure 11 1/2 by 12. Could that be because pieces 1B and 13B should be 1 1/4 inches wide instead of 1 1/2?
Thank you so much for all your advice and help.
Thank you for your question, we have researched the pattern and it is correct. Seam allowances could play a big role in the size, check out Jinny’s latest tip on checking templates for her Cosmos BOM.
I just loved the blog. Very interesting and amusing posts.
Hello, I would like to download my quilt patter called Amber waves, I order it on my kindle and remember I can not download it. My order number is # 20170703-026. Order it on 7/3 /17 I also paid $89.15. Please help me.
Please e-mail email@example.com or call toll free at 1-866-759-7373 and we should be able to help you out.
I need you. In Portugal and I am trying to put a quilt together in my mind….when I return to North Carolina I want all my Jenny Breyer fabrics to be there! I have called your helpful staff at your studio. What I need is your opinion on making a double wedding ring large quilt in the brides and grooms Penn State colors. BLUE & GREY. Question do you think that I can get enough variation using the blues & grey? I would like it as scraping as I could get it by using different tones. Is this possible using your stuff???? And what do you thing of making the background in different blues pieced together and the rings pieced with beige to grey hues???////// OR would you do it the other way around? Oh I so wish you had a kit. I sent your quilt kits link to them. They are in love and want a romantic modern blue & grey double wedding ring one….I hope you can help this flustered MaGee out!!! I will be once again buying from your staff. That Rebecca is beyond helpful. Take your time answering me as I figure you are at market. Night night. Laters! Jean
Sorry for changing your name Jenny Breyer….it was late here.
Jinny, have you ever made a double wedding ring quilt??? Or designed one???
No but stay posted for one done with Jinny’s fabrics in a Judy Niemeyer design…coming soon.
Jinny thinks your ideas sound great. We will send you an image of some colors and see if this is what you are looking for. If so, let us know how many Fat Quarters you would like and we will pull together fabrics in this color range.
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