Jaftex 85th Anniversary Blog Hop

Have you heard? We are celebrating the 85th anniversary of Jaftex with a blog hop. I’m stop #3. Jaftex is the parent company of Henry Glass, Studioe Fabrics and Blank Quilting.

My friend Linda Lum DeBono asked me if I wanted to play along and of course I said YES!

They gathered 30 of us to play along. During the month of September you get to see lots of great inspiration and have the opportunity to win some lovely prizes.  Stop by and check out the other lovlies this month.

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September 1 – Kim Diehl guest posting @ American Patchwork & Quilting

September 2 – Pepper @ Pepper at the Quilt Studio

September 3 – Anjeanette @ Anjeanette Klinder *That’s me

September 4 – Leanne @ The Whole Country Caboodle  

September 5 – Mark @ Mark Lipinski’s Blog

September 6 – Heather @ Heather Kojan Quilts 

September 7 – Heather @ Trends and Traditions 

September 7 – Martha @ Wagons West Designs 

September 8 – Linda @ Linda Lum DeBono 

September 9 – Heidi @ Red Letter Quilts 

September 10 – Jill @ Jillily Studios 

September 10 – Dana @ My Lazy Daisy 

September 11 – Penny @ Sew Simple Designs 

September 12 – Ida @ Cowtown Quilts 

September 13 – Liz and Beth @ Lizzie B Cre8ive 

September 14 – Melissa @ Sew Bitter Sweet Designs

September 15 – Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl   

September 16 – Amy @ Kati Cupcake 

September 16 – Barbara @ QuiltSoup2 

September 17 – Erica @ Kitchen Table Quilting 

September 18 – Leona @ Leona’s Quilting Adventure 

September 19 – Margot @ The Pattern Basket 

September 20 – Sylvia @ Flying Parrot Quilts  

September 21 – Lorna @ Sew Fresh Quilts 

September 22 – Kim @ Aurifil Threads 

September 23 – Rebekah @ Don’t Call Me Becky  

September 24 – Julie @ The Crafty Quilter 

September 25 – Mary Ellen @ Little Quilts 

September 25 – Mary Jane @ Holly Hill Designs 

September 26 – Daisy @ Ants to Sugar

September 27 – Melissa @ Happy Quilting

September 28 – Janet @ One S1ster

September 29 – Jenny @ Martingale& Co.

September 30 – Teresa @ Third Floor Quilts

**Please read the info below carefully. You don’t enter the giveaway by leaving a comment on my blog…although I always love comments. You must click on the giveaway below to enter.

85th Anniversary Giveaway

33 thoughts on “Jaftex 85th Anniversary Blog Hop

  1. Anjeanette, I am glad that you are participating in this blog hop, I spent quite a lot of time here reading several of your tutorials and other posts. Thank you for your Practically Perfect Points Tutorial, I’m going to read that again and again and try to do a better job on my points. I very much enjoyed reading about your grandmother and your latest visit with her, looking at things you had made for her. You and she are blessed.

  2. I loved the look of your cascading stars. I am not sure I could duplicate this but it interesting with the wonky star points and the using of both sides of the fabric for depth.

  3. The background fabric was a fabulous choice for this quilt, your star fabrics just shine so beautifully. Right now my favorite fabric shop is Inspired by Fabrics. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful creative day!

  4. Anjeanette, what a beautiful name. It’s so nice to meet you.
    Wonky stars, no tip stars are me…thanks for sharing your tutorial. No quilt police are looking at my wonkiness!
    I’ve already entered the 85th Anniversary Blog Hop giveaway……I’m anxious to read each and every one thru September. Thank you.

  5. Love this quilt! Even the background! Perfect choice! My favorite quilt shop is The Gathering Place in Rupert, Idaho!

  6. Wow – love the brilliant colors and your design. I like shopping with Missouri Star Quilt Company.

  7. I am a Janome fanatic! I just love the quality of the product. I own 3 now! And Chestnut Bay Quilting in lovely Caledonia, NY is my favorite quilt shop!

  8. I really like your cascading stars quilt. The colors really pop and I would love to quilt that white background! Thanks for the give-away. Very generous!

  9. I love wonky stars, and your mini is perfect – it would make a wonderful wall hanging or a table runner, I haven’t decided yet!! Thanks for the chance to win the fabric! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

  10. Hello. As the blog winds down I am taking some time to review the earlier posts. Your stars are one of my favorites. I love quilts that feature large center for quilting and a wide mid border. Yes, I love the traditional but the contemporary influence continues to grow. I just got some hand dyes and this pattern will take shape. Thanks for sharing.

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