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Holiday Schedule

Happy Holidays, y’all. We wish you Christmas blessings and some joyous time with your loved ones. Please note some changes to our schedule over the holidays: We’ll be CLOSED Wednesday, December 26th, and January 2nd.  Our schedule will be the same otherwise : )
Thanks again for all your support as we’ve opened this year! We can’t wait to see you all for classes and fabric stashes in the New Year.


We’re OPEN! See how we’re celebrating…

We’re Open!! And we’re celebrating in a number of ways.

After much work and planning, we finally opened this Saturday for the talented folks at Threads of Time quilter’s guild, here in Lexington. It was an incredible day. We were blown away by the welcome from the guild. Many members came laden with delightful treats that we’re still nibbling our way through today. What an incredible community to be part of.

We’re open to the public today! And to celebrate, we’ll be in the store all week with special extended hours (Monday-Saturday 10-6pm; CLOSED THURSDAY FOR THANKSGIVING). Next week, we’ll get started with our regular schedule, as displayed at the top of the page.


This month, we’re saying Thanks & Welcome to all our new visitors with a giveaway. Get your name in to win the complete Moda Smitten Kit from Bonnie & Camille. All you have to do is show up to Jessamine Quilt Shop! Pop into our bright new shop, say hello, write your name on a popsicle stick, and pop it in the jar. No purchase required, and feel free to add your name each time you pop in. December 13th, we’ll draw for the lucky winner! Celebrating our Opening, the Feast of Saint Lucia, and saying thank you to all our new visitors.

Oh and do make sure to check out the stunning sample of this quilt, stitched up by Jessamine’s own Nancy McWilliams and long-armed by Jessamine’s own Chris Hammond.

Thanks to everyone who’s visited us so far. We’re so excited to meet each and every maker who steps in from the cold.