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Thread: I bought some Jelly rolls

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    I bought some Jelly rolls

    and would like to know what patterns there are for these pre-cuts. I am anxious to cut into them and to make a quilt. Do you ladies and gentlemen have any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

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    There are lots of books out there, my favorite is layer cake, jelly roll and charm quilts by pan & nicky lintott. There are alot of books.
    If life gives you lemons, make a margarita.

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    Try Missouri Star Quilting, Jennie has lots of tutorials for pre-cuts.

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    LOVE Missouri Star tutorials! Jennie makes everything look so effortless. I have gotten many ideas from them. Those daily deals are killing me though! I am receiving too many packages of charm packs and jellyrolls!

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    Jelly roll race. I plan to "race" tomorrow. My first jelly roll race.

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    Scrap Basket Sensations - can't remember who wrote it.

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    I agree with both pocoellie and nhweaver, my favorite book and favorite site for tutorials! If you're looking for quick and easy rail fence is always both. Have fun, I love jellyrolls!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheryl2156 View Post
    LOVE Missouri Star tutorials! Jennie makes everything look so effortless. I have gotten many ideas from them. Those daily deals are killing me though! I am receiving too many packages of charm packs and jellyrolls!
    I know what you mean! My fabric stash is constantly growing. I keep telling my husband that once I retire, I won't need to buy any more fabric.

    Definitely look at many of the youtube tutorials from Missouri Star Quilt Company. I have probably made at least a dozen of them. You will find lots of great quilts using jelly rolls, charm packs and layer cakes.

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    I don't know what it's called, but as soon as I have room in my lineup of projects I want to make the one that's simple boxes with an alternate color block in the middle. I have a bunch of gorgeous batik strips that I think will be lovely for that purpose.

    Like the top quilt in this blog: http://www.sewinspiredblog.com/2011/...ocks-post.html
    (Never read this blog, just found this with Google image search)

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    I bought a jelly roll too not knowing what to do and then I found this by Moda: http://www.modabakeshop.com/2012/10/...ven-quilt.html
    I am in the process of quilting it so I don't have a picture to share but I love it and had fun making the blocks.
    Murphy1
    For our wonderful Golden Retriever adopted in March of 2010.

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