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Thread: Scrappy quick Jelly roll quilt

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    Super Member charismah's Avatar
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    I saw this pattern this morning posted by fromthenestdesigns.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-44258-1.htm

    I book marked it right away and then went to my basket...where I put all of my extra (scraps) of 2.5 inch strips when I finish a project and I pulled out all of the brights and novelty type strips I had in the basket and started this quilt..it went very quickly and smoothly...good directions and I started the quilt in the morning...went to work.....for 3 hours then came home and finished it within an hour or so of being home....very quick and easy.....Thank YOU!
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    It's a great way to use up scraps. I've bookmarked it too.

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    Love the quilt and the colors.

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    Great job on your quilt. I like the colour combo very much.

    I used this idea today too to make "quilt fabric" that I am going to used to make a quilted sweatshirt jacket for my MIL for mothers' day. If everything turns out okay I will post a pic (lol)

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    Great quilt Charismah! Good way to use the scraps!

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    Turned out great, OK, now I am going to have to start doing something with those scraps, I must admit I toss lots, but tiny, tiny pieces. Not much left for scraps when this frugal sewer gets done.

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    I missed the post on it so I'm glad your on the ball. What a clever idea. Yours looks great. Thanks :thumbup:

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    Very pretty! :D

    Everybody's got the "quick jelly roll" bug. :D

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    nice way to use scraps.

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    Very pretty, you always make beautiful quilts, and so fast too.

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