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Thread: Jelly Roll "race" quilt - HORRIBLE

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    Super Member Peckish's Avatar
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    Lilrain - here are a couple - the purple one is mine, the brown/neutral one is a friend's.

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    and here is a progress of mine after I decided to cut it up into "stamps":
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    I have some jelly rolls and have been anxious to try one of these. After hearing your opinions, I'm not sure I want to try it now.

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    I have Hulu on a PC near the "piecing" sewing machine. Makes it REALLY FUN to make this quilt. I enjoy mindless piecing, I guess. :-)
    Long arm quilting in Carmel, Indiana http://quiltcycle.blogspot.com/

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    Peckish...I LOVE the purple one that you cut into postage stamps. I've thought about trying a Jelly Roll quilt. Now that I see what you did I think I will attempt one. And I'll do it just like your purple one.

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    nope...these are not for me...

    but I do like the purple one all cut up :-)
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    I made a jelly-rollish kind of quilt but used scraps from the 2 1/2" box. I added friendship stars willy nilly to add something to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chester the bunny View Post
    I made a jelly-rollish kind of quilt but used scraps from the 2 1/2" box. I added friendship stars willy nilly to add something to it.
    Great idea, Chester bunny. The stars make it much more interesting.

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    I did mine on a Sunday afternoon, no race, and still enjoyed having a quilt top done in such a short time.

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    Just watching it on YouTube was enough for me. I also like a more balanced result as well.

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    I'd love to see photos of the finished top. Haven't tried this technique yet but do remember seeing some info on it somewhere.

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