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Thread: Who uses the charm packs, jelly rolls, etc?

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    I do my own. I have a lot of small pieces so cut them as I need them and how many I need, etc.

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    I made a Twister with a Charm pack.It had all of one collection of fabric.I didn't know that collection had so many different prints.

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    I've done a lap quilt using rail fence blocks from a jelly roll. One lap quilt using jacobs ladder blocks & a tumbler block wallhanging from charm packs. I love the charms, cakes & rolls. :)

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    Love both charm packs and jelly rolls. Charma packs make quick lap quilts, baby quilts, tote bags, placemats etc. Just finished a bed runner using a jelly roll. Enough left for a jelly roll tote bag or table runner, dresser runner. Let you imagination be your guide.

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    I haven't bought them, but received several jelly rolls & charms as gifts. I like making table toppers with the charms & sometimes use the jelly rolls as borders on miniatures.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flying_V_Goddess
    I'm amazed by how much you can do with these things. I saw a video on Missouri Star Quilts with one of the dessert rolls and she showed how she was able to make 4 table runners and a table topper (no including the borders). I didn't think you could do much with just of one them.

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    One of the jelly rolls I purchased had 3 1/2 yds of fabric in it.
    So yes, you can make several projects out of them :D:D:D

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    I bought a book that tells you waht to do with them does that count :)!!

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    I love making things with these. They're so easy to use. I just bought some layer cakes as well to go with some jellies I also bought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    I bought a book that tells you waht to do with them does that count :)!!

    :lol: Yes, it counts! I have a couple books as well. :)

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    I belong to a strip club that uses 2 1/2" strips to make quilts. We use jelly rolls all the time. A good book that we have made several out of is Scrap Basket Surprise.

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