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Thread: Do you think this is ok?

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    Do you think this is ok?

    I wanted to make something quick and thought of the Jelly Roll Race but I didn't have a jelly roll So I cut my own stripes and went ahead. Of course it's not of one fabric line. The quilt will be donated to a Day Care Centre for mentally challenged people. Name:  JellyRoll (394 x 508).jpg
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    Your jelly roll quilt looks great.

    I did something similar when I first started quilting so I could get started learning how to piece simple strips and because I didn't have a jelly roll of one fabric line, I just cut strips in varying lengths to really mix it up.

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    I think that looks great colorful and happy. I am sure whom ever receives this will love it. Thank you for doing this. BrendaK
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    I love the quilt. You did a great job it is so colorful it will make someone very happy.

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    Whoever receives it will love the colors, the warmth, and the love wrapped into it. Great job!
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    I think it's lovely and will be much appreciated.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    I have made 2 of these. I love mine. I also cut my own strips. I made them for my little great grandaughters. Haven't gifted them yet. I love yours too.

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    Looks wonderful and cheery for anyone to enjoy.

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    It turned out very pretty and for a very good cause! Someone will love it!

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    I think they will love the bright colors!

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