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Thread: a jelly rool pattern. This looks easy enough to do and looks awesome

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    a jelly rool pattern. This looks easy enough to do and looks awesome


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    that is neat! thanks!
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    that one is cute, love the colorful motif.
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    nice and easy on the eyes, looks quick to make too. thanks for the link.
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    Thanks. Looks quick and easy.
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    Thanks so much for sharing this..I really like how this one looks..

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    I am so glad to see ur typo of the jelly ROOL... I had to chuckle..I do that all the time.
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    I did one of those awhile back but I did mine in Autumn colors (Awesome I think it was)...turned out so nice my daughter always uses it and threatens to take it home with her whenever she comes to visit me.

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    just goes to show, the simple quilts always catch our eye - I'll be putting this on my "to do" list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johns2ndwife View Post
    I did one of those awhile back but I did mine in Autumn colors (Awesome I think it was)...turned out so nice my daughter always uses it and threatens to take it home with her whenever she comes to visit me.
    I tried to upload a picture but goofed...if you click on the Blog Entries number you'll hopefully see the quilt..and it's sideways to boot !!! sorry

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    Thank you for sharing.

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    It looks far more complicated than it is. I am adding this to my want to do list. I didn't see how big it is. It only uses 4 yds for backing so it must be a lap quilt. It would be easy to make bigger though.

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    thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks!!!!!!!
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    I think I can do this. I am new but am trying real hard. I have finished a small quilt, well almost, need to put the binding on. I will post a pic when I am finished. It is the Three Rail Fence, simple but a good start. Love the pattern, I printed it off for future. Thanks!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by johns2ndwife View Post
    I did one of those awhile back but I did mine in Autumn colors (Awesome I think it was)...turned out so nice my daughter always uses it and threatens to take it home with her whenever she comes to visit me.
    Pictures? Please?
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    Another one added to my bucket list. My niece is getting married and a lap quilt in white tonals has been requested, thinking of this pattern. All comments on this thought welcome.
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    Looks like a really fun and easy quilt to make!

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    I think that this is the first pattern for a jelly roll quilt that I have really liked. Thanks for sharing. I never buy jelly rolls but I definitely can cut some strips. This would be a great pattern for our Community Quilts group.
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    very nice, thank you.

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    Thanks for sharing. I made a quilt from that Moda group with a layer cake. I really like this quilt design and will use someday.

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    Thanks for the pattern. I really like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by judykay View Post
    Another one added to my bucket list. My niece is getting married and a lap quilt in white tonals has been requested, thinking of this pattern. All comments on this thought welcome.
    My comment is YUMMY! I think that would be gorgeous! When you get it done, please post pix!!!
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    That is very cool. Im thinking to make a tablerunner out of it. Thank you.
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    Easy looking, thanks

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