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The Wait Is Over! MLB Cotton Fabric Is Finally BACK!


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You asked. We listened.  The long awaited MLB cotton fabrics are finally back in print and come May 2015, over twenty-five of the Major League Baseball teams will be available for purchase. Hip Hip Hooray!

No more searching for hours on Google or digging for hidden treasures on Ebay. No more avoiding demands from clients or adding on to wish lists  from family and friends. From the Yankee’s, Tigers, Giants and Rockies, to the Dodgers, Royals, Cardinals, and Mariners… East Coast New Yorker or West Coast Californian, your favorite teams are ready and waiting, and we are more than willing to start rolling out the yardage as you are to purchase.

Celebrating July 4th, Food, Fabrics and YOU!


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With summer quickly passing by and sun worshipers trying desperately to slow her pace down, many find themselves scrambling to prepare for one of the seasons biggest festive occasions… the Fourth of July.

Celebrated on that day with fireworks, cook outs, commemorations, and trips to the shore, Independence Day offers a time for reflection, human connection, great food and so much more. At J&O we keep our special occasion fabrics stocked year round for our quilters and artisans to gather and coordinate their projects and quilts well before the rush. Here are a few such popular themed prints and designs to fit the holiday theme and offer nostalgia.

Who Would You Vote into the Baseball Hall of Fame?


January 5th will be the day that a number of retired ballplayers will remember as much as any other: it will be the day when the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown will announce the 2011 class of inductees. The induction ceremony will be held at Cooperstown on July 24, 2011. A number of the biggest names on the ballot have a very real chance of getting into the Hall this year, including quite a few stars of recent memory. In this blog we’ll highlight a few of the former stars that could be elected to the 2011 Hall of Fame class followed by the fabrics of the teams they are most associated with (if available):

Top 5 Funniest NFL Fabric Crafts


How far would you go to show off your devotion to your favorite NFL team? As the picture above shows, fans are often willing to lose their dignity – or that of their pets - to prove their fanship. Where would you draw the line?

You may not be one to cross the line separating good taste from bad. Nevertheless, some of the following strange craft ideas surely started off as good ideas. What went awry? We’ll leave that to your imagination. Here are our Top 5 Funny NFL Crafts:

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Denver Broncos' fans don't all look like this

NFL Playoffs 2011: AFC Preview


With the 2010 NFL regular season just finished we can prepare for the thrilling conclusion to the season: the playoffs. The AFC’s teams are ready to head to the field this coming Saturday and Sunday for a shot at advancing to the Super Bowl. Here is a preview of the AFC’s  playoff match-ups for the first round:

The AFC wild card round kicks off on Saturday, January 8 with the No.6 seed New York Jets heading to Lucas Oil Stadium to play the Indianapolis Colts.

New York Jets NFL Polar Fleece Snuggie

Indianapolis Colts Grid Cotton NFL Flannel

NFL Playoffs 2011: NFC Preview


The 2010 NFL regular season ended this past Sunday with quite a few of the games having playoff implications. Some teams were eliminated while others barely squeaked into the playoffs. At J&O we know that you not only want to enjoy the games in comfort but also in style. To that end here is a preview of the NFC playoffs showing the NFL fabrics we have on offer:

The NFC divisional playoffs start off on Saturday, January 8 with the No.5 seed New Orleans Saints (11-5) playing the No.4 seed Seattle Seahawks (7-9) at Qwest Field in Seattle.

The NFL Never Felt So Good: How-To Make Fleece Blankets


We’ve got you covered for the whole NFL season – and as you watch teams play in miserably cold conditions, be sure to cuddle up with your very own NFL blanket.

Every NFL team is available in four classic fabrics: polar fleece, novelty cotton, cotton flannel and tailgating vinyl. You can make:

  • A blanket and pillows for games (yes, you can throw the pillows at the TV).
  • Sheets and a bedspread (for the kids, of course – unless you really love your team).
  • Banners (show your colors!).
  • Pajamas, fleeces, dresses (Sunday is church day too), whatever – use your imagination!