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Thread: ISO 40 blocks from 1 jellyroll

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    I saw this somewhere BUT I can't remember where. It's not the free pattern fromRIVERSEDGE FABRIC. you took a jellyroll, cut 20" off 1st strip, then sewed all strips TOG end to end (remove selvages as you go). then you p/u the ends & do it again, & again, cutting at the fold. It is 4 strips wide, I think. Subcut into 8.5 blocks(40) ???????? I know I seen it somewhere & am going CRAZY trying to find it!! !HELP!!!!

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-44258-1.htm

    Is this it?

    Edited to add: whoops! This doesn't sound like it after all! :oops:

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    i saw something like that too

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    Sounds like you have the general idea, give it a shot. Just make sure to measure after the strips are together to make sure true 8 inchs then cut the squares what ever size it is. Sounds cute, Good Luck !!
    No idea what thread this may be shown on.

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    is this it?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-44258-1.htm

    you could sub-cut to make blocks

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    Is this the one? http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-80191-1.htm

    Oops just reread your first line, guess not.

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    no so far! the blocks end up just stripe of color, then you rotate every other one, I THINK. Can't remember the sashing & finishing!

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    not it but about the same idea! What was unique about this one that's driving me crazy, -was the mindless sewing end to end 3x's!thanks, to everyone who's tried to help me out!

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