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Missouri Star Quilt - Jelly Roll Race Quilt less than an "HOUR"

Missouri Star Quilt - Jelly Roll Race Quilt less than an "HOUR"

Old 02-25-2012, 08:17 AM
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Default Missouri Star Quilt - Jelly Roll Race Quilt less than an "HOUR"

I'm off to the races.

Check out Jenny's Jelly Roll Race Quilt - less than an hour. Certainly good for a beginner or when we need a quick project finished.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bEJLnaZQOU
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:18 AM
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made 2 of these for Christmas presents. So fast easy and beautiful.
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Old 02-25-2012, 04:51 PM
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I did one of these too, however I would like to know how all quilted them?
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OMG, i just have to try this, soooo many projects and soooo little time, i just love jenny, thank u for sharing.
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We made these at our National Blanket Day at Project Linus. What most of us ran into (although we still had a lot of fun making them) was how twisted our fabric was by the time we got to the bottom.

I discovered that I needed to follow the strip all the way to the bottom then match up the next seam and stitch in order to keep the twisting....if that makes sense.
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Old 02-26-2012, 01:41 PM
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Thank you for posting the link, I meant to watch this and then deleted it! I do have a jelly roll and just wondered what to do with it -now I know. duh
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I also would love to see how you would quilt this one, especially hand quilted.
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Jenny has so many good videos. I have learned a lot from her. Thanks for posting.
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i found MSQC / Jenny's videos on YouTube just last week, and I love them all! They're so informative and fun to watch. I hope to someday replicate her Cathedral Window quilt that she has a tutorial on. It is absolutely gorgeous!
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wonder if I could do this with all those pieces of 2 1/2 binding left over from various projects.......saved them for a scrappy rail fence but this looks to be more fun.
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