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Thread: Gift of layer cake and jelly roll - now what?

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    Member Courtepointe's Avatar
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    I am the lucky recepient of a Moda Bistro jelly roll and layer cake - a jelly cake, I think? Do any of you have any suggestions?
    We are pretty much house-bound for the next few days due to a crazy snowstorm, so rather than worry about the Christmas stuff I still have to go out and get, I want to sew! I really do love snow days, especiallly when the buses are cancelled and my school is closed. A bonus ME day! :D
    Any suggestions are very welcome, and thank you!

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    Super Member Dawn Hendrix's Avatar
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    I just did a mystery class with jelly rolls.


    it was SUPER easy!

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    Super Member Dawn Hendrix's Avatar
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    here is a link to the a picture of the pattern.. it is called Keyholes

    http://www.sunflowerquiltshop.net/coupons.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Courtepointe
    I am the lucky recepient of a Moda Bistro jelly roll and layer cake - a jelly cake, I think? Do any of you have any suggestions?
    We are pretty much house-bound for the next few days due to a crazy snowstorm, so rather than worry about the Christmas stuff I still have to go out and get, I want to sew! I really do love snow days, especiallly when the buses are cancelled and my school is closed. A bonus ME day! :D
    Any suggestions are very welcome, and thank you!
    It sure seems the snow has come on strong for winter! I hope you stay safe and cozy at home. I agree with you, snow days are the best time to sew!

    Log Cabin or Courthouse Steps patterns work great with jelly rolls. So do things like 4 or 9-patches, Rail Fence, Turning Twenty, bargello... There are a couple of books out there dedicated to using jelly rolls but if you are house bound that really isn't very helpful. Have fun sewing and let us know what pattern you decide to go with.
    Piece ~ Tiffany

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