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Thread: If you need one more project and have a jelly roll to use......

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    Senior Member vbourck's Avatar
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    My sister sent me this link to a mystery block, there will be a new block pattern every two weeks using a jelly roll. It looks like fun, we have done one other mystery together- across country! She is in TX and I am in MD. Anyone else want to try it? Starts TODAY!!!!
    http://moosequilts.blogspot.com/2010...umber-one.html

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    thanx for the link I hve a bunch of batik strips from a swap and can now use them :)
    Lynn G

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    Senior Member foxxigrani's Avatar
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    I have a bunch from many swaps, I should be able to use then in this, thank you.

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    I saw this site a couple days ago, and decided to do it with the scraps I have already cut...I made the block and don't know how to post it there...they talk about posting it on "flicker"...what is flicker and how do you do it? Thanks for the help. I'm in with you all.

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    Can I play too?? :)

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    I'm joining...yea I'm going to use scraps I've got and make my own jellyrolls

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    Senior Member foxxigrani's Avatar
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    This is going to sound dumb. Ok I know no dumb questions. But what are you suppose to do with the block after you get it done? Is this going to be a block of the month are there going to be others? Or are you suppose to just make it and forget it? lol... Wouldn't be hard for me as I have plenty of them to keep this one company. And my last one I promise, how do you make the sashing? Is it white on all sides, or white on the sides and top made into one long sash and sewn on? I have never done these before and I can never seem to decide how those are sewn on. Ok thanks everyone.

    Rita

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    Sounds like fun to me too! I'll play!

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    This is a series of blocks, one every two weeks. In 6 months you will have twelve blocks, enough to make a quilt. DOn't know if the quilt along will have directions for completing it, but joining the blocks with sashing of your color choice is a common way to finish a BOM. Can't remember if that is all of your questions.

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    Senior Member vbourck's Avatar
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    Here are the first three block so far. I didn't realize I had started this thread under two different headings!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-38345-1.htm

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