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Thread: Similar to Wacky Rails Quilt I Had

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    Here's a link on how to make a Strip Twist Quilt from jelly roll strips.

    The finished quilt looks just like my wacky rails quilt top I had that everyone loved so much.

    They put the quilt together different than I did...but it's very informative...so I thought I'd share the link.

    http://quiltville.com/striptwistpf.html

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    oh I love this!! I have so many jelly rolls - thank you so much for sharing :D

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    thanks for the link, will have to give this one a try

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    Oh yeah!! I'll try this one. Thanks!

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    Thank you!

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    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriscraft99
    oh I love this!! I have so many jelly rolls - thank you so much for sharing :D
    I agree with Kris :)
    Thanks

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    I have all the blocks cut out for my wacky rails quilt. It was fun to do.

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    Thank you for sharing this pattern. I've been seeing this quilt and tried to figure out the pattern. Thanks, again.

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    Many thanks, I'm using a jelly roll for the first time and had thought I would attempt your version or a Hoffman pattern that looked very Indian in style. Shall try this one first.

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    Thanks for posting this. I love the look and will try this out.

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    Thank you!

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    My LQS had one on the wall in cool colors. I loved it! Thanks so much for providing the link.

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    Thank you sooo much-that is so cool!

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    Now I know what to do with my stiped fabric (make a groovy quilt) thanks :thumbup:

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