Recently! Jelly Roll Shop has changed ownership. It comes with a short story.
I want to start off by introducing myself. My name is Stephanie Wilson and I am the new owner of Jelly Roll Shop alongside my husband Scott. I started sewing before I began elementary school. I continued with this hobby as a child and young adult. I have always had a passion for sewing.
At a young age my Nanna helped move my passion forward. She allowed me to use her sewing machine to make items for my dolls; at the age of four. My Nanna ran a fashion fabric store until she retired. She is a very special lady who always believed in her grandchildren. She is now ninety-four years old and still has her sewing machine set up in her living room. At my last visit with her; we had a small gathering at her apartment so my uncle could put together her new sewing machine table! The love for sewing runs deep in our family.
When I was three years of age, my Mother took over my Nanny’s company. My Mom always instilled us with a wonderful work ethic. She had us counting change and taking phone calls at a very young age and we loved it. We thought we were playing store but it was real life. The shop soon transformed from fashion to quilting.
Now, here I am starting a very exciting chapter in my life. My husband and I are now running Jelly Roll Shop. We are so excited to assist everyone with their quilting needs!
Picture: My Nanna with my daughter Viola
Jelly Roll Shop is now taking registrations for Kindred Spirits Quilt Club II.
Join the Kindred Spirits II Quilt Club and make a miniature quilt top each month using fabric from the Kindred Spirits collections by Jill Shaulis for Windham Fabrics. The program will begin June 2016 and each month you will receive a pattern and fabric to complete a miniature quilt top plus the binding. How fun is that? You can click HERE for all the details.
If you haven’t already done so it is definitely time you change over your calendars for the new year. We have multiple to choose from for your purse or wall. Have a browse by clicking on the photo above.
Who doesn’t love jigsaw puzzles? It doesn’t seem like the sort of thing that people are doing much of in these days of cell phones, high definition tv’s and tablets. Growing up it wasn’t uncommon to have a puzzle on the dining room table for days at a time during the fall and winter seasons. Although it might be uncommon to hear young people asking to bring out a puzzle as they seem like a pastime from the “old days” it would be strange if it didn’t draw their attention to the table if you set one out. Before you know it you can easily pass a few hours of quality family time together before the project is complete. Even guest can’t resist adding a few pieces or sometimes many while visiting. I challenge you to bring out a jigsaw puzzle this holiday season. I trust you won’t regret it. Click HERE to browse an assortment of jigsaw puzzles.
Display your finished quilt with a charming finishing touch. We have a large assortment of quilt hangers and holders to choose from in dozens of themes and a variety of sizes. Browse the selection by clicking here.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Sadly too many of us have been affected by breast cancer or know someone who has. Show your encouragement of those affected by breast cancer with this special wallhanging design by Jennifer Bosworth of Shabby Fabrics. Little Blessings – Pink Ribbon can be found here.
This is a great fun project Town Square. Easy to make but looks great. Click here to order