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You are welcome!Originally Posted by polejumper21
Thank-you This is the pattern. Have a wonderful day. Nimble Thimble
I did do some ripping and rearranging on the top I've been working on because this did happen to me. I really didn't mind spending the extra time since my eye went right to those two spots. I'd like to try a scrappy one with no two fabrics just for fun, some time.Originally Posted by noveltyjunkie
I like your quilt. Your colors touching give it a personality of its own. Sometimes when the colors touch it just gives it an unappealing look but yours doesn't. I like it.Originally Posted by polejumper21
Thanks burnsk..it was fun to make and I am starting on another one this weekend..
Thanks for sharing ...am a beginner and this one seems within my scope rt now.
Yes, this is in essence the "lasagna quilt". I never made one, but my friend did and she said it was so tedious....sewing a row, cutting it off, sewing another roll.....this technique does away with all of that.....I saw it here, and my quilting ministry group did it at our annual quilt away weekend. There was some initial whining because sewing the long strips is tedious, but it gets shorter as you go along and suddenly you have a quilt top. We had 4 of us who made a second quilt top. The second time, I didn't use a jelly roll, but pulled the same amount of strips out of my leftover binding bins and put them together....it looked great! I have a 3rd and 4th quilt in me....until the binding is gone!Originally Posted by dixiechunk
There are lots of quilt stores who carry jelly rolls. Check locally. I can even get them here in small town Alberta! (Canada)Originally Posted by Maurene
I just made this quilt, but my center is much bigger than the example given here. It's 72" x 64", but it is 32 strips wide??? I was hoping it would be a bit more rectangle...what would you do to it?