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Thread: Jelly roll quilt

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    Junior Member talkn58's Avatar
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    I am looking for the post that talked about a 'newer' jelly roll pattern/technique.
    I think it was on the Missouri Star tuts.
    The technique sewed the jelly rolls strips end to end then went on from there.
    Did some searching but couldn't figure it out.

    Thanks for your help!

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    would this be it? jelly roll-pom pom parade

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    Quote Originally Posted by talkn58
    I am looking for the post that talked about a 'newer' jelly roll pattern/technique.
    I think it was on the Missouri Star tuts.
    The technique sewed the jelly rolls strips end to end then went on from there.
    Did some searching but couldn't figure it out.

    Thanks for your help!
    Would this be the one you're talking about?

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

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    Are you thinking of the Jelly roll race quilts? Here's a link...

    http://blog.heirloomcreations.net/?tag=jelly-roll-races

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    Both links refer to the same pattern. It is great fun to do!

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    I love this pattern, but really like the ones that have been sewn together with 45 degree angles :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I love this pattern, but really like the ones that have been sewn together with 45 degree angles :D:D:D
    It does add more interest when they are cut on the diagonal!

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    I love Grammo mo's jelly roll race quilts at an angle. Aewsome.

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    That's the ONE!!
    Thanks the written explanation is much better than the tut I saw!!.
    Think I am going to try this one with scraps!!
    THANKS AGAIN!!

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    I see that you have your answer but wanted to add one more link: http://www.quiltersqtrs.com/free_pat...claythorne.asp

    It is a one page instruction sheet.

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