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Thread: Missouri Star Quilt - Jelly Roll Race Quilt less than an "HOUR"

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    Missouri Star Quilt - Jelly Roll Race Quilt less than an "HOUR"

    I'm off to the races.

    Check out Jenny's Jelly Roll Race Quilt - less than an hour. Certainly good for a beginner or when we need a quick project finished.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bEJLnaZQOU
    Carol

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    made 2 of these for Christmas presents. So fast easy and beautiful.

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    I did one of these too, however I would like to know how all quilted them?
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    OMG, i just have to try this, soooo many projects and soooo little time, i just love jenny, thank u for sharing.
    Mary

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    We made these at our National Blanket Day at Project Linus. What most of us ran into (although we still had a lot of fun making them) was how twisted our fabric was by the time we got to the bottom.

    I discovered that I needed to follow the strip all the way to the bottom then match up the next seam and stitch in order to keep the twisting....if that makes sense.
    Life's More Fun with a Doxie !!

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    Thank you for posting the link, I meant to watch this and then deleted it! I do have a jelly roll and just wondered what to do with it -now I know. duh
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    I also would love to see how you would quilt this one, especially hand quilted.
    Happy Quilting
    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    Jenny has so many good videos. I have learned a lot from her. Thanks for posting.

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    i found MSQC / Jenny's videos on YouTube just last week, and I love them all! They're so informative and fun to watch. I hope to someday replicate her Cathedral Window quilt that she has a tutorial on. It is absolutely gorgeous!

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    wonder if I could do this with all those pieces of 2 1/2 binding left over from various projects.......saved them for a scrappy rail fence but this looks to be more fun.

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