Introducing PatternJam!

Hey there! Hope everyone is having a good week! It's already Wednesday-Humpday! Today, my friend Emily is taking over the blog and sharing her new venture with you!
Sometimes when you are planning a quilt, don't you wish you could see how the quilt pattern looks with the fabric you'd like to use before you invest the time and money into actually making it? We've all made those quilts that, when finished, don't turn out quite as we envisioned! Well... now there is a FREE tool online to help you visualize a quilt before you make it, called PatternJam.com! On PatternJam, you can make your own quilt using our blocks or you can choose from dozens of designer patterns to work with. Whether you make your own quilt or use a pattern, PatternJam enables you to AUDITION the fabric before you buy it! And, in addition to quilt patterns for sale, PatternJam has lots of darling patterns for children's clothing, softies, aprons, etc.   PulleyTicTac-CoverSheet  
Also on PatternJam.com, you can create your own project library (for FREE), so that anything you create or any of the PDF patterns that you purchase will always be available at your fingertips!
Take a look at some of these projects made for our inaugural trunk show last month!
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To encourage you to get onto PatternJam.com and play around with the unique features and beautiful fabric that we have, here's a little giveaway...
1. Visit PatternJam.com, create an account for free and create a pattern that uses some of the gorgeous designer fabric available for sale (that you'd like to WIN). 2. Share your creation via the share buttons on your project library page (FB, Twitter, Pinterest or Email) 3. Leave a comment for Natalia indicating that you have created a project for which you'd like to WIN the fabric through PatternJam.com! 4. Natalia will choose a winner in a random drawing to receive the fabric of her choice!  
Good luck! I hope you'll enjoy using PatternJam.com...
Emily Taylor


  1. SO COOL!! I've been waiting for something like this. Way more simple than EQ7!

  2. mrs.sshepherd@yahoo.com

  3. Natalia i could not communicate my design with the library button. not sure why but i designed an orange and blue quilt that I named My Auburn Girl that i am going to make for my daughter Jennifer. I loved the patternjam design tool since i am not one that can visualize as some do thanks,reba


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