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Thread: jelly roll patterns

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    Super Member yolanda's Avatar
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    oh yea a zig zag would be lovely!
    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish
    how about a string quilt, or a zig-zag quilt?

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    I just made a I-spy Rail fence baby quilt using twenty-four 2 1/2" strips. Mine looks busy but your fabric would work better then the scrappy look I went with. Your fabric would make a really cute baby quilt.
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    Very cute quilt. I have a couple of jelly rolls crying out for me to do something with them. Might do what you did. Thanks for showing the picture of it.

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    You could cut them in 5" strip and do this.

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/02/...aby-quilt.html

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    I'm finishing up a wonky bed runner that I made out of the clearance jelly roll I got at Walmart. I took 1 strip of each color and cut them so I had 2 strips, one 2" wide and one 1" wide. Than I sewed all the strips together in rows, alternating the colors and the strip sizes. Then I randomly cut in squares and rectangles and sewed them all together, deliberately not matching up any of the seams so it came out kind of wonky. Here it is, I just found the perfect backing for it so hope to finish it up in the next couple of weeks. It's pretty long, it's going on a King size bed.
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    Strip twist. Free pattern at www.quiltville.com

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    I just made one last week using this pattern. Super easy! Took one afternoon for the whole thing. I'm going to do another one for a Christmas gift.

    http://blog.heirloomcreations.net/?p=1897

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