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Thread: jelly rolls

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    Super Member butterflywing's Avatar
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    http://www.littlemamasfabric.com


    i'm not a jelly roller, but is $24.92 any good?

    follow the link for precut fabrics

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    That's a GREAT price! If they have one you like, snap it up~ :lol:

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    i don't jelly roll, but for those that do........

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    i'm always afraid of what's inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    I still haven't gotten the courage to buy a jelly roll- not sure what I would make with it- some of them are soo cute in the shops!
    Me too Loretta - I look at them, I pick them up & then I put them back down again. They are very tempting though & so cute - one would look perfect sitting on my shelf above my sewing machine. I may well bite the bullet one day though. :lol:

    Tisha


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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    http://www.littlemamasfabric.com


    i'm not a jelly roller, but is $24.92 any good?

    follow the link for precut fabrics
    I've followed the link & the sale fabrics here are so cute - it's looking like I may have to get my credit card out - many thanks for the link Butterflywing your a star. :D

    Tisha

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    These are a lot cheaper....

    http://www.connectingthreads.com/Str...FQwxawodLXfQsg

    Just a quick look, hope it helps.

    Levada

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    I have found that the price varies depending on how many strips are in the jelly roll. I spent $39.99 for 50 strips which works out to $.80 a piece. This was Moda fabric so I thought it was a good deal as it would be easy to get matching fabric if I so chose. The best way to find out a good deal is to divide the number of strips with the cost.

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    Butterflywing:
    That is a good price. I thought I might make a log cabin block quilt and use the Jelly Rolls. The price varies from as low as 19.95 all the way to 39.95. I am going to bite the bullet and buy two jelly rolls and mail them to my son's house in NY. This way when I come to visit they will be waiting for me. I have been looking at the jelly rolls by Moda and they look nice but like I said I have not brought any yet. I will let you know how they are in August when I come back here.
    Penny

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