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January 5, 2019
My staff at our annual holiday party. 
Happy New Year!

Oh, my, 2018 passed so quickly but here at the Studio we have been looking ahead to 2019 for quite a while.  Later this month, my next fabric collection is due to arrive and we are putting the finishing touches on our next Block of the Month which starts in the spring. We have a wonderful lineup of classes ahead and lots of exciting new products.

When making your New Year's resolutions, don't forget to include a few quilting resolutions.  Consider taking a class, learn a new skill, start a project or tackle an old UFO. Let's make this a start of a great new quilting year. 
Toast and Jam Quilt Featuring My Palette Pixies
This lively quilt by designer Ramona Sorensen uses simple piecing techniques and is great for all levels of quilters. The kits are available in four colorways and feature my pre-cut Palette Pixies. These pre-cuts allow for quick assembly. Pixie Strips are 2½" by 42" strips and are bundled in shaded color ranges with fabrics from my Palette Collection. The quilt finishes at 70" x 84".

To learn more about our Toast and Jam kits, click here.

Learn New Techniques with Stellaris
Stellaris, debuting in April, will not be your typical Block of the Month.  Designed more as a Technique of the Month, we will focus on teaching skills which many quilters shy away from such as sewing inset and partial seams.

Stellaris will be available in five colorways. Last month we shared the teal colorway and this month we have the frost, pictured here. We will reveal more in the coming months.

These lessons are only available through the newsletter so encourage your friends to sign up and sew along together.

New Classes and Old Favorites
time_2_learn_vector.jpg We have quite a few classes coming up this winter and spring. I'll be teaching several classes you've requested in February. My staff members will be teaching wonderful technique and project-based classes, too.

To see our full lineup of classes, visit the " Classes" page on our website.

Small Business Spotlight - Woodworker Leonard Walkowsky
If you've peeked into the classroom in the Studio, you may have noticed the exquisite handmade quilting frame by Leonard Walkowsky. Leonard grew up in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, with a strong desire to make things with his hands. Moving to Virginia in the mid-eighties, he spent the next 30 years working with local shops, developing skills in commercial and residential millwork. Today, he focuses on the computer operated machinery that incorporates old school skills with today's technology. He also is using this technology to do laser cutting and engraving work. His marquetry work can be seen in the Jinny Bayer logo, which is inlayed into the quilting frames. Being able to produce a product from rough materials that others will be able to enjoy for a lifetime, is the fulfillment of a childhood dream.

For more information on Leonard's quilting frames, please contact Customer Service at service@jinnybeyer.com.

Quilters' Quest Come Back Coupon

If you completed our Quilters' Quest this past fall, you received a "Come Back" coupon valid for this month.  Use it in the Studio this month to receive 25% off all full-price merchandise.  It's our way of saying "thank you" for participating. Make sure you mark your calendars for the 2019 Quest taking place October 11 - 20.

Upcoming Weekly Web Specials
Every now and then, we like to give you a peek at what is coming up for our Weekly Web Specials.  Each Wednesday, we send out an email to subscribers to let them know what we have put on sale including a special sale item only for subscribers.

Currently on sale is all of our Aurifil thread and thread storage boxes.  Coming up later this month, watch for specials on the Facets quilt, a border print bonanza and we will introduce our new grand bundle, Protea.

You can sign up to receive our Weekly Web Special emails on our homepage.

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